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Same Setting, Different Moods: Voice and Word Choice Using Lord of the Flies
9th - 10th
Whether it's dark, delightful, or somber, set the mood with William Golding's Lord of the Flies. High-schoolers practice descriptive writing by creating the appropriate mood for an original scene, starring one of the book's main characters.
Teaching Tone vs. Mood Using Computer-Based Multimedia
9th - 12th
If you have Microsoft's Photo Story 3 or Macintosh's iMovie software, you can use it to teach about tone and mood. First, display the positive images listed with calm, classical music in the background. Then, with the same music, show...
Analyze How an Author Develops Mood
8 mins 11th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Using a text-dependent question to guide her lesson, the narrator shows one way determine the mood in a short passage from Shakespeare's Hamlet. She looks closely into the text, highlighting words that reflect an emotion. She then takes...
Business English at Work: Verb Tense, Voice and Mood-Verbals
9th - 12th
Demonstrate the various tenses of irregular and regular verbs. The verbs be, do, and have are charted out for the present tense, past tense, and past and present participles. Likewise, many regular verbs are conjugated into present,...
Write Open-Ended Questions in the Interrogative Open Mood
6 mins 7th - 9th CCSS: Designed
Are you working on writing interviews, or studying types of sentences? Use a video about the interrogative open mood to help your young writers create open-ended questions. The first of two videos about verb voice and mood, it would be a...
Putting It All Together: From Awareness of Mood to Analysis of Tone
6th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Stephen Vincent Benet’s, “By the Waters of Babylon,” offers learners a chance to examine the difference between mood and tone. After a close reading of an excerpt from the short story, the class lists the diction and imagery that builds...