FICTION DESK TAGS: STUDENT SHORT STORY OR NOVEL REFERENCE
Desk tags are no longer just for elementary students! These ready-to-use fiction desk tags are the perfect reference for your middle or high schoolers during a short story or novel unit. All you have to do is laminate, cut out, and attach the tags to each of your students' desks. Then, during the unit when students inevitably begin asking you questions like, "What does foreshadowing mean?" or "What are the four types of conflict again?", you can simply direct them to the desk tag in front of them for the answer!
INFORMATION INCLUDED ON DESK TAGS:
Fiction Terms & Definitions
→ Character (Static, Dynamic, Flat, Round, Protagonist)
→ Point of View (First, Second, Third)
→ Conflict (4 Types)
List Of Fiction Genres
→ And MANY More!
List Of Fiction Literary Devices With Definitions
→ Irony (3 Types)
Tips For Analyzing Fiction
→ Before Reading (Predictions)
→ During Reading (Setting, Conflict, Theme, Characterization, Devices, Plot line)
→ After Reading (Making Connections)
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