Mood - Literary Terms made fun!  Mood isn't just found in literary works...this group and individual project is a great way to get students thinking about MOOD from exploring music in movies and analyzing current popular songs!  Students will work together to evaluate songs from movies and how the songs impact the mood, or emotional response, of the viewer. Students will also think of current songs which evoke an emotional response. Two writing prompts are included to help students show…

MOOD Project "Music & Mood"- Exploring Literary Terms through Songs

Mood - Literary Terms made fun! Mood isn't just found in literary works...this group and individual project is a great way to get students thinking about MOOD from exploring music in movies and analyzing current popular songs! Students will work together to evaluate songs from movies and how the songs impact the mood, or emotional response, of the viewer. Students will also think of current songs which evoke an emotional response. Two writing prompts are included to help students show…

Mood - Literary Terms made fun! Mood isn't just found in literary works...this group and individual project is a great way to get students thinking about MOOD from exploring music in movies and analyzing current popular songs!Students will work together to evaluate songs from movies and how the songs impact the mood, or emotional response, of the viewer.

MOOD Project "Music & Mood"- Exploring Literary Terms through Songs

Mood - Literary Terms made fun! Mood isn't just found in literary works...this group and individual project is a great way to get students thinking about MOOD from exploring music in movies and analyzing current popular songs!Students will work together to evaluate songs from movies and how the songs impact the mood, or emotional response, of the viewer.

This game of Mood Charades helps students to identify emotions which is important in perspective taking (reading and communication)

Play Mood Charades!

This game of Mood Charades helps students to identify emotions which is important in perspective taking (reading and communication)

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.

Elements Of Literature Colossal Poster

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.

Watch the video below: | Someone Recut "Frozen" As A Horror Movie And It's Way Better Now

Watch the video below:

Watch the video below: | Someone Recut "Frozen" As A Horror Movie And It's Way Better Now

Literary Terms and Definitions - Dr. Wheeler's resource for students in composition and literature at Carson-Newman College.

Literary Terms and Definitions - Dr. Wheeler's resource for students in composition and literature at Carson-Newman College.

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?

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?

Excellent video on MOOD and TONE--students must be able to infer meaning simply from "reading" the visuals.

Excellent video on MOOD and TONE--students must be able to infer meaning simply from "reading" the visuals.

Help students learn to analyze mood and tone in texts. -- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos an...

Help students learn to analyze mood and tone in texts. -- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos an...

Climax Definition: The turning point in the action (also known as the “crisis”) and/or the highest point of interest or excitement. Example: Pinocchio is transformed into a donkey and sold into labor before he saves Geppetto and proves himself worthy of being a real boy.

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney

Climax Definition: The turning point in the action (also known as the “crisis”) and/or the highest point of interest or excitement. Example: Pinocchio is transformed into a donkey and sold into labor before he saves Geppetto and proves himself worthy of being a real boy.

Great example of how to teach tone with just one sentence. AWESOME!    Meatballs in the Middle: Teach Tone with One Sentence

Great example of how to teach tone with just one sentence. AWESOME! Meatballs in the Middle: Teach Tone with One Sentence

HUGE 150 Page Bundle!  Literary Terms For Fiction Analysis (Theme, Mood, Tone, Plot, Conflict, Setting, Character, Point Of View etc)

Story elements bundle

HUGE 150 Page Bundle! Literary Terms For Fiction Analysis (Theme, Mood, Tone, Plot, Conflict, Setting, Character, Point Of View etc)

Have tone and mood been stumbling blocks for your middle grade students? One of the most frequent questions I get from teachers is about how to teach tone. Now, I no longer have to reply, "I'll be darned if I know!" ;) Here's an awesome trick to teach kids what tone means and how to include it in writing!

Teach Tone with One Sentence

Have tone and mood been stumbling blocks for your middle grade students? One of the most frequent questions I get from teachers is about how to teach tone. Now, I no longer have to reply, "I'll be darned if I know!" ;) Here's an awesome trick to teach kids what tone means and how to include it in writing!

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