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Teaching Dialogue and Point of View
Teaching Dialogue and Point of View This bundle includes three mini lessons, two PowerPoint presentations, games, activities, printables, task cards, write the room activities, scavenger hunts, an assessment, and SO much more. What is dialogue? What does dialogue do to a story? Why do authors use dialogue? Who is telling the story at various points in the text? What is point of view? What is perspective?How does point of view impact a story? #HollieGriffithTeaching
The Literary Maven: 15 Poem and Song Pairings to Liven Up Your Poetry Unit
Many students are intimidated by poetry, so using music can help you ease them into poetry analysis as there's really no difference between looking at the lyrics of a song and the lines of a poem. Read on for 15 song and poem pairings that will liven up your poetry unit.
Activities for Teaching Poetry to Upper Elementary Students — THE CLASSROOM NOOK
This blog post from The Classroom Nook is loaded with activities, games, teaching strategies, and even online poetry resources to help teach poetry in your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade classroom during National Poetry Month or any time of the school year! #teachingpoetry #poetry #nationalpoetrymonth #thirdgrade #fourthgrade #fifthgrade
Inference with Pixar Animated Short Film:One Man Band Video Teach Theme & Plot
Inferencing with Pixar Animated Short Film:One Man Band: Common Core ELA Test Prep is FUN with ONE MAN MAND PIXAR VIDEO CLIP ACTIVITIES! Perfect for reluctant readers and students with disabilities. Use PIXAR "One Man Ban" videos to teach inferencing, theme, main idea and summary, plot, conflict, characterization and more!