This worksheet asks students to write valentines that incorporate similes, metaphors, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, allusions, and alliteration. Happy Valentine's Day!

Your students will enjoy viewing Super Bowl commercials and identifying the ethos, pathos, or logos used in the ads.

This is a great activity for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day or any day you'd like to focus on ethos, pathos, and logos.

This a great way to kick off students' return from from holiday break to help them refocus and put more effort into the second semester.

These worksheets are perfect for secondary English teachers that want to celebrate Christmas and the holiday season while still ensuring their students are learning before winter break.

This nonfiction analysis worksheet can be used with any nonfiction article you would like your students to read. You can assign all of your students the same article or allow your students to choose an article that interests them.

This activity bundle provides activities and worksheets for "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan.

This FREE resource contains two versions of the worksheet. One for students to use as they are writing and one for students to use as they are reading.

This unit bundle has everything you need to guide your students through the writing process of a personal narrative.

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