Literary Analysis Guide Free

Literary Analysis Guide Free is a comprehensive glossary of terms. From the app’s home screen, users can tap the word “Glossary” to access its alphabetized list of terms. Users can tap a word to read its definition, and users can tap the back arrow on the top left of the screen to return to the home screen. Another way users can access terms is by tapping one of the icons located on the top right of the screen. Instructional Ideas Teachers can have students study a group of 3-5 related terms from this app. Next, teachers can give…

Review Overview

A. Instruction - 4.6
B. Design - 6
C. Engagement - 6.3

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An Easy Way to Get Literary with these Terms

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Literary Analysis Guide Free is a comprehensive glossary of terms. From the app’s home screen, users can tap the word “Glossary” to access its alphabetized list of terms. Users can tap a word to read its definition, and users can tap the back arrow on the top left of the screen to return to the home screen. Another way users can access terms is by tapping one of the icons located on the top right of the screen.

Instructional Ideas

  1. Teachers can have students study a group of 3-5 related terms from this app. Next, teachers can give students a text and require them to apply the terms to the text. The application can take the form of a critique or review of the text. In it, students will have to use the terms the teacher assigned.
  2. Teachers can assign students a term from this text to present to the class. As part of that presentation, students will have to define the term, explain how and when the term can be used, and show an example of the term being applied to a text.
  3. As part of a writing assignment, teachers can require students to use a certain number of words found in this app. For example, when writing about a poem, teachers can require students to use the term allusion, metaphor, and simile in their writing. If students are unfamiliar with a term, they can use this app to define it.
  4. Any time a literary term is used that students do not know, teachers can direct them to this app to define it. Students can keep a log of literary terms and their definition using an Office app. That way, students will be able to review terms and their definitions as needed.
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