As teachers, we are constantly referring to various terms in our content areas that we want students to know. I designed this word wall resource as a tool to display common ELA terminology in my middle school classroom. I am always looking for ways to make classroom decor mix with thoughtful teaching practices.
Follow these steps to make the most of these ELA Word Wall Cards:
• Print and cut out the letters in the Word Wall Letters file or utilize your own pre-made letters.
• Print out the Word Wall Cards. You can print in black and white or color.
I chose to laminate my word wall cards because I am displaying them in a space where I want students to have access to them, but laminating is not necessary.
• Display your word wall in a space where it is visible to students. I have eye-level cabinets that I utilize to display my ELA Word Wall.
Product Update! Editable Slide and New Word Cards added:
onomatopoeia, personification, fiction, science fiction, realistic fiction, biography, autobiography, fantasy, graphic novel, fairy tale, folk tale, mystery, comedy, character, compare/contrast, chronological, cause and effect, connections, prediction, context clues, author’s purpose, fact, narrative, memoir, rising action, falling action, exposition, counterclaim, rebuttal, explanation, hook, tragedy, novel, dialogue, monologue, oxymoron, repetition, rhyme, rhythm, synonyms, antonyms
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