FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Denotation and Connotation Activity”


by AlwaysLearning

4th – 7th Grade

 

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Understanding mood and tone is integral to gaining deeper meaning from text. The CCSS requires a realignment of a reading program as well as additional skills and strategies to better comprehend text. Understanding text at a deeper level requires readers to comprehend the connotation of words that an author uses to create mood and tone. This mini-lesson and activity defines the two and provides a large group of words for small groups or partners to sort into Neutral, Positive, or Negative groups. This activity can be done on chart paper or easily adapted to Interwrite boards. Please leave your feedback and let me know how it helped you in your classroom. And don’t forget to ‘follow’ me so that you can receive updates on new products! AlwaysLearning

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