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    reference minibook of figures of speech or poetic devices

    Literary Devices - Poster Set

    Lessons with Laughter: Figurative Language Posters with 10 types of figurative language!

    "Poetry Pops" and other ideas for teaching poetic devices!

    "Who/What/Where/When/Why/How in the world..." FREE ? Posters for your classroom/speech room from @sublimespeech

    Parts of Speech

    figurative language

    Teachingisagift: Figurative Language Bookmarks Manic Monday FREEBIE

    As noted in the earlier hub from this short series, figurative language-- otherwise known as figures of speech-- describes a variety of techniques used by authors to give words meaning beyond their usual, literal definitions. Some common examples of...

    Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer routines! This comprehensive FULL YEAR resource includes everything you need to start each class off with an engaging activity! All you have to do is choose the day of the week for each, and your planning is complete.

    Kids will love it

    Parts of speech poem

    Figures of speech printables

    Figurative Language

    Common Core weekly reading homework...perfect for close reading strategies!

    This list of 88 Character Traits will come in handy when you are teaching about character!

    Figurative Language Post-it Poster to help students continue to post any figurative language they find throughout the year! Image only

    Summarization Strategy called "the incredible shrinking notes". Students start out writing a summary of a reading selection on the large index card. Students are then given the medium sized card and have to take the information from the large card and condense it onto the medium sized card. Finally, students are given the small card and must take the information from the medium sized card and condense it further onto the small card. Great way for students to get to the main point/idea!

    Infographic for commonly confused (misspelled or misused) words. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

    Plural nouns - good poster to make for easy student reference.