Discipline: ELA

Grade Level: 8

Course: Communication Arts

©Literacy Design Collaborative. September 2011

Please log in to download related resources.
Extended Metaphors in Walt Whitman’s “O Captain! My Captain!”
A form of reasoning designed to demonstrate the truth of a particular point of view. A statement offered as proof or evidence of the veracity of a point of view with the goal of persuading a reader or listener to agree.
A quotation from a reference, especially in a scholarly work.
A statement or message that describes something so that it is understandable to the reader or listener.
Words that express the opposite of the literal meaning, usually done for humorous effect.
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase that designates a specific object or idea represents another object or idea, suggesting a relationship or comparison between them.
To restate in another form or different words, often to make the meaning more clear or to reflect in one’s own words what another has already stated.
To copy or imitate another’s work (ideas, language, thoughts, etc.) and present it as one’s own original work.
A piece of writing constructed in meter and verse.
Students are presented with an open-ended question and given a short, set amount of time to write their response.
To say or write multiple times for emphasis.
A fixed number of lines of verse that form a unit within a poem.
To list or review the main points.
The act of an object or action standing for something else.
The way something is expressed to convey mood or emotion. For example, changes in pitch to communicate different meanings.
Please log in to write a Journal Entry.
Please log in to write a Journal Entry.

EduCore Log-in