Distinguish between a stated and an implied theme. 0501.8.9
Links verified on 3/26/2012
- 101 Common Book Themes - examples of themes
- Common Themes in Literature - just a few of the many possible literary subjects and themes; a theme is a statement, direct or implied, about the subject
- Identify Supporting Details - read the passage about Chemistry and then answer true-false questions
- Identifying Topics, Main Ideas, and Supporting Details - academic support help topic
- Inferring Supporting Details - Select the supporting detail implied in each passage
- Main Idea and Supporting Details - Quia quiz - you must enter a name, but you don't have to enter your real name, just make one up
- Power Writing for Paragraphs - simple explanation on writing supporting details and activity
- Setting Plot and Theme - [designed for grade 3] lesson and quiz
- Thank You Ma'am Langston Hughes - Lesson plan
- Theme - Lesson plan; what is the lesson, moral, or message that the author feels that you should learn by reading this story?
- Themes, Patterns, and Symbols - Lesson plan; you can adapt this plan to any book.
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