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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph or a few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph or a few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

The Devil and Tom Walker by Washington Irving - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that asks your students to find Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is called a TWIST (an acronym for the literary elements). In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph, or few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

The Devil and Tom Walker by Washington Irving - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that asks your students to find Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is called a TWIST (an acronym for the literary elements). In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph, or few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

This ones for older students and can push students to use several different kinds of prompts in their writing. I love that it is visually stimulating and therefore students are more likely to refer to it when writing in class. It shows that there are many ways to evaluate a text and starting with each prompt can change the tone and content of your paragraph/essay. This can be used anytime my students are asked to analyze/evaluate a text, story, video, etc.

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This ones for older students and can push students to use several different kinds of prompts in their writing. I love that it is visually stimulating and therefore students are more likely to refer to it when writing in class. It shows that there are many ways to evaluate a text and starting with each prompt can change the tone and content of your paragraph/essay. This can be used anytime my students are asked to analyze/evaluate a text, story, video, etc.

The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph or a few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane - TWIST: Another great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on a particular paragraph or a few pages, to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

Make your Macbeth Unit dynamic with this creative co-operative learning project. My 3-D Scene Analysis allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it will lead the student team through conversations about characterization, theme, setting, tone, word choice, and mood discourse.

Macbeth: 3-D Scene Analysis Project Diorama: Standards Based

Make your Macbeth Unit dynamic with this creative co-operative learning project. My 3-D Scene Analysis allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it will lead the student team through conversations about characterization, theme, setting, tone, word choice, and mood discourse.

Mother to Son by Langston Hughes - TWIST:  A great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on the close reading of poem to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

Mother to Son by Langston Hughes - TWIST: A great way to engage your students is through the creation of storyboards that examine Tone, Word Choice, Imagery, Style, and Theme. This activity is referred to with the acronym “TWIST”. In a TWIST, students focus on the close reading of poem to look deeper at the author’s meaning.

Make your Othello Unit dynamic with this creative co-operative learning project. My 3-D Scene Analysis allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it will lead the student team through conversations about characterization, theme, setting, tone, word choice, and mood discourse.

Othello: 3-D Scene Analysis Project Diorama: Standards Based

Make your Othello Unit dynamic with this creative co-operative learning project. My 3-D Scene Analysis allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it will lead the student team through conversations about characterization, theme, setting, tone, word choice, and mood discourse.

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