ADOLESCENT LITERACY SERIES
Two volumes of standards-based reproducible activities improve students’ skills at understanding and processing the ideas behind the words they read. Covering topics such as hyperbole, idioms, metaphors, and paradox, Figurative Language organizes its lessons into reading-comprehension, vocabulary, and writing units. Making Inferences connects language arts skills to social studies, math, and English content to strengthen students’ ability to make evidence-based guesses, recall relevant details, and analyze textual and nontextual clues. The 20 lessons per book supply procedures, materials needed, objectives, standards, pre- and post-activity assessments, teaching tips, and all handout masters. With instruction and activities, each lesson takes 20–50 minutes to complete. Grades 6–12. 8½" x 11". J. Weston Walch. ©2008.
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