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Themes, Symbols, and Motifs in Literature

Reading Between the Lines: Themes, Symbols, & Motifs

Lesson Plans by Rebecca Ray

One of the beautiful things about stories are their underlying lessons, morals, or critiques. Teaching students to identify these hidden messages brings greater depth to their literary experiences, and storyboarding is a great way to teach these concepts. It allow the visuals or symbols to tell the stories, making the ideas easy for students to comprehend.

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Abstract Thinking themes symbolism motifs examples for teaching - What is a theme?

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  • Bravery, patriotism, freedom, unity Fifty states and thirteen original colonies
  • List the abstract ideas associated with each item in this box. Think of the feelings and emotions associated with each image.
  • American Flag
  • The concrete meaning of this picture
  • STOP
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