Connotation vs. Denotation Free Lesson Plan

The school year is almost over. You still have a few days left that you need lessons for, and you want your student to actually learn something? This month's free lesson plan is just for you-- it's a self-contained vocabulary lesson on connotation vs. denotation.

In this lesson, your students will learn three different ways that connotations add meaning to words beyond their simple dictionary definitions. You'll get standards alignments, discussion topics, handouts, homework ideas, and more. 

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