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Today’s blog is a shout out to Tyler Vendetti for her terrific article on the misuse of words! Here is the reprint of her article for Hello Giggles: There are so many words in the English language that it’s not…

Today’s blog is a shout out to Tyler Vendetti for her terrific article on the misuse of words! Here is the reprint of her article for Hello Giggles: There are so many words in the English language that it’s not…

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16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney (such as allusion, foreshadowing, theme, and breaking the fourth wall)

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney (such as allusion, foreshadowing, theme, and breaking the fourth wall)

This resource is intended to be used during or after reading The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt. It includes a study guide, test, definitions, and all answer keys so your work is done!   Literary devices and figurative language included are: imagery, dialogue, tone, suspense, characterization, protagonist, simile, personification, onomatopoeia, allusion, symbolism, irony.  Students are asked to define these terms (definitions included), find specific examples of them in the book (page…

This resource is intended to be used during or after reading The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt. It includes a study guide, test, definitions, and all answer keys so your work is done! Literary devices and figurative language included are: imagery, dialogue, tone, suspense, characterization, protagonist, simile, personification, onomatopoeia, allusion, symbolism, irony. Students are asked to define these terms (definitions included), find specific examples of them in the book (page…

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It took me a few seconds to get it, but I laughed once I did. - Click image to find more Humor Pinterest pins

It took me a few seconds to get it, but I laughed once I did. - Click image to find more Humor Pinterest pins

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This Literary Terms Match-Up Game is effective, fun, and can be used over and over in the classroom! Accompanied with an EATS lesson plan and following the Common Core RI.7.4., the "board" gives 28 definitions. Literary terms included are: Dialogue, Figurative language, Plot Inference, Genre, Suspense, Imagery, Theme, Flashback, Irony, Effect, Omniscient, Point of View, Fiction, Cause, Paraphrase, Retelling, Conflict, Setting, Climax, Foreshadowing, Predict, Stanza, Tone, Mood, Main idea…

This Literary Terms Match-Up Game is effective, fun, and can be used over and over in the classroom! Accompanied with an EATS lesson plan and following the Common Core RI.7.4., the "board" gives 28 definitions. Literary terms included are: Dialogue, Figurative language, Plot Inference, Genre, Suspense, Imagery, Theme, Flashback, Irony, Effect, Omniscient, Point of View, Fiction, Cause, Paraphrase, Retelling, Conflict, Setting, Climax, Foreshadowing, Predict, Stanza, Tone, Mood, Main idea…

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