in literature integral part of understanding an author’s craft, word choice and the images an author creates for his/her reader. It also has your students diving deeper into a text, using their analytical and higher level comprehension skills. This will have your students comprehending, practicing, identifying and mastering figurative language (Short Story) in a short amount of time. In addition, your students will also be able to identify how this language can impact a text and the mood that is created because of the word choice.
Teaching a mini-lesson is an integral part of a classroom. It gives the students an opportunity to see the teacher model a skill or term, and then the students practice this on their own. These mini-lesson follow the “I Do/”You Do” method.
1.The Components of a Mini Mastery
2.Figurative Language/Devices Mini-Lesson-Standard/s, Implementation
3.Figurative Language/Devices PowerPoint Presentation-Animated
4. Figurative Language (Short Story) Worksheet- I Do, You Do