While working with Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day," take some time to consider vocabulary. This exercise lists eight sentences from the story in which Bradbury uses words in interesting or different ways. Pupils read the sentence and then use the word in their own original sentence, writing on the lines provided.
- Invites learners to think about word meaning and how language can be flexible
- You will need to ensure that class members are familiar with the definitions of these words or assign them to also research the meanings