Scary Toy Story - Mood/Tone…This is the perfect short video to show when you discuss mood and tone…it's the Toy Story trailer done as a horror story….LOTS to discuss here! How does the mood change, why?
This huge colorful poster clearly identifies nine important elements of literature: plot, theme, setting, characterization, conflict, mood, style, tone, and point of view. The teacher's guide contains additional information about the elements, teaching suggestions, and related instructional activities.
This FREEBIE by Bespoke ELA contains a TPCASTT Chart for analyzing poetry. It is an excellent addition to any poetry unit in middle school & high school English Language Arts to analyze tone, literary devices, connotations, shift, and theme. Use this strategy to help your students organize their literary analysis.
FREE Author's Craft Poster~ Metaphor, Simile, Tone, Alliteration, and more are all described on this short-and-sweet "cheat sheet." Use this to help your students make sense of these common writing terms. The better young writers understand these terms, the more likely they'll be to try to incorporate them into their own writing!
This is a quick reference guide to help students distinguish between mood and tone.Check out my store for other helpful references:Point of ViewCharacterizationCommonly Confused HomophonesStory ElementsParts of SpeechGrammar ReferenceReading Reference Text Structure Writing a Summary When to Use Commas Short Story Plot Diagram
In fourth grade students should challenge themselves to further interpret texts to determine tone and mood. By evaluating tone and mood students can further their analysis and comprehension of a text. 4.RS.9. Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Literary Elements BUNDLE: 10 Focus Lessons for ANY Novel