Literary Devices Homework Help Resources


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Excellent source for developing language and communication through listening, speaking, viewing, and presenting.
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Diagram explaining plot elements
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Students can explore and experiment with idioms through this interactive tool. The student is given a picture prompt and fill-in-the-blank sentence to assist in understanding an idiom, and allowed to write a comment about the metaphoical meaning before printing their responses.
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definitions and interactive quizzes for literary terms
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definitions of lit terms
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A truly excellent archive of poems with audio recordings by the poets! You can search/browse by poet, poem title, theme of poem, or form, and there is a comprehensive glossary of poetic terms. Each poem includes a biography of the poet, and even recommendations for similar poems! Sections "For Students" and "The Children's Archive" make this site appropriate for anyone of any age.
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Student can click on a literary device, such as metaphor and see a definition and examples with explanations from specific Robert Frost poems.
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Online practice exercises for figurative language such as similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, alliteration, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, and more
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Website is basically a powerpoint presentation of the elements of fiction, starting with the setting. Uses pictures and examples throughout. Very clear and easy to understand site.
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Click on the alphabetical letter and find the grammatical term. Uses each term in a sentence as an example.
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