Figurative Language in A Christmas Carol Worksheet. Using quotes from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, students have to identify types of figurative language such as metaphor, simile, personification, hyperbole, and allusion. Key included. 2 pages
The Ghost of Christmas Present - Revision Sheet - A Christmas Carol - Key Quotes
The Ghost of Christmas Present - Revision Sheet - A Christmas Carol - Key Quotes. For Secondary &
A Christmas Carol Symbols can be difficult for learners. Using this sweet-looking graphic organizer, they will analyze 6 key symbols/motifs from the novel A Christmas Carol. They will make note of key quotes about each symbol.
Directions: Below are seven quotes from the play. Each quote is written in a style that isn’t how we speak today. Your job is to paraphrase each quote. Paraphrase means to put it into your own words. Scene numbers are listed after each quote so that you can seek out context to make better sense of the quote. Page two is an answer key.
An alternative choice from a traditional test! 11 quotes from the Frederick Gaines dramatization of A Christmas Carol and student have to read carefully to identify which character said each quote. Key included.
Price $4.50 Ho, Ho, Ho! It is Christmas time. A Christmas Stocking Full of Literacy: Vocabulary and Decoding Worksheets involves 19 pages of learning activities, links and keys regarding the Christmas Holiday to include:A Happy Holiday, Christmas Greetings, Festive Christmas Carols, Christmas Symbols Word Search, A Celebration Poem, A Holiday Scene, and Chronicle.