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SYMBOLISM

Symbolism Definitions

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Symbolism -- found at Stone Writing Center at Del Mar College

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Symbolism -- found at Worsley School

 

Symbolism Lessons and Activities

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Unlocking the Underlying Symbolism and Themes of a Dramatic Work -- found at Read*Write*Think

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A Symbol of Myself -- found at Education World

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Writing About a Symbol -- found at Cyber High Schools

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The following lessons are found at Newspapers in Education: Cartoons for the Classrooms.  Some concepts are more for high school students, so review the lesson carefully to see it it will work for your students. 

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Loaded with Symbols (PDF) 

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Symbolism: Peace (PDF)

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Seasonal Symbols (PDF)

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The Many Faces of Uncle Sam (PDF)

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Saying it Without Words (PDF)

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Party Animals (PDF)

 

Picture Books That Are Great for Teaching Symbolism

 
bulletFly Away Home
bulletby Eve Bunting
bulletThe Yellow Star
bulletby Carmen Agra Deedy
bulletThe Lotus Seed
bulletby Sherry Garland
bulletThe Girl Who Loved Wild Horses
bulletby Paul Goble
bulletThe Rag Coat
bulletby Lauren A. Mills
bulletThe Butterfly
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletThe Keeping Quilt
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletTar Beach
bulletby Faith Ringgold
bulletAn Angel for Solomon Singer
bulletby Cynthia Rylant
bulletGrandfather's Journey
bulletby Allen Say
bulletRumpelstiltskin's Daughter
bulletby Diane Stanley
bulletThe Bracelet
bulletby Yoshiko Uchida

 

 

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