Use this lesson to help your students understand McCarthy’s purpose and use of rhetorical devices.
Use this lesson to help your students define and identify bias in nonfiction sources.
Use this lesson plan to help your students discuss the primary ideas in the Nobel Prize winner's lyrics.
Use this lesson plan to help your students identify rhyme patterns and discuss the effects of repetition in Edgar Allan Poe's "Annabel Lee."
Introduce students to the concept of rhetorical devices, including simile, metaphor, and antithesis.
Teach your students to use context clues to identify the meaning of vocabulary words with this free lesson plan.
This activity from Merriam-Webster will introduce your students to many new words recently added to the dictionary.
Introduct your students to the concept of connotation and denotation with this month's free lesson plan.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with this free lesson plan for Emily Dickinson's "Because I could not stop for Death."
Can your class define "Ingenodortate"? They won't see it coming with this ready-to-use reproducible prank vocab lesson.
The SAT is changing this month. Are your students ready? This self-contained lesson includes a full-length Writing and Language exercises modeled after the new SAT.
The SAT is changing next month. Are your students ready? This self-contained lesson includes a full-length Reading passage modeled after the new SAT.
Challenge your students to expand their horizons! Associated downloadable poster available in the poster section!
Introduce your students to the concept of "The Hero's Journey" with this ready-to-use lesson plan that's perfect for those last few days of the school year.
Using an audio reading of "The Raven," take a close look at meter, rhyme, and imagery.
Teach students to craft clear arguments in response to nonfiction texts.
Examine authorial intent in rhetoric with this free lesson plan.
Teach your students how to analyze and evaluate film versions of literary texts.
Teach your students basic concepts of literary theory with this free lesson plan.
Learning (and teaching!) symbolism can be fun; this lesson is proof.
Teach your students how to analyze structure and determine its relationship to meaning.
Teach your students 15 new words with this vocabulary lesson. Intended for 10th grade.
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