Can your student spot the visual irony in the pictures in this worksheet?
Most people exaggerate sometimes. Teach your students about hyperboles and have them complete this worksheet as they learn! Free and printable, it is a must for every classroom.
Here is a worksheet to print out for your students learning about irony! irony is a statement where the actual meaning is different from the literal meaning or a situation where the result is different than expected. WIth different examples given, students are asked to explain the irony in different phrases as well as come up with examples of their own.
Have you ever heard someone say “That is an oxymoron!” and not know what they meant? Print out this free worksheet to help teach students what an oxymoron is. They will learn the definition, how to identify, and even write their oxymoron with this free worksheet!
This worksheet helps your student learn to use context clues.
Your student will explore the purpose of President Franklin Roosevelt’s speech on the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
“Nevermore” will you have to look for a middle school worksheet on context clues!
In this middle school activity students will write sentences using subject complements.
In this middle school activity students will write sentences using object complements.
The article Hawaii, the Aloha State needs an ending. Have your students read the article and write a conclusion.
Students will write their own conclusion with this activity. Print out the free worksheet Why the Moon for your students to read. They will then write a conclusion, remembering to include important parts of the article.
Your students will read one of William Butler Yeat’s poems, “The Lake Isle of Innisfree”, and answer questions.
In this worksheet your student will discuss the irony in a passage from “The Diamond Necklace.”
Your student can compare different parts of the Constitution that relate to slavery.