This The Twits - The Glass Eye and the Frog lesson plan also includes:
What do a pair of stinky socks and a toy hamster have in common? The third lesson in an 11-part unit designed to accompany The Twits by Roald Dahl uses silly objects to teach about figurative language. Zany pranks and role play make for an engaging, memorable lesson.
- Extend the lesson by drawing diagrams of the tricks that could be played on Mr. and Mrs. Twit
- Requires copies of The Twits by Roald Dahl
- Bring in random household objects, such as a yo-yo, a clothes hanger, a toy frog, or a dead plant
- Uses an out-of-the-box activity to help teach language devices, such as alliteration, similes, and exaggeration
- Includes two writing activities to assess comprehension of the text
- Lacks copies of the text referenced within the lesson