Teaching symbolism can be tricky, but symbolism activities like this one HOOK your students and help them engage with any text. This is a sweet introduction to symbolism that your students will remember long after the candy is gone.
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I use this with “Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allan Poe, but it is not text-specific. You can use it with any short story or novel or as a stand-alone lesson.
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Your teaching symbolism resource includes:
⭐ An anticipatory set using Tootsie Roll pops (or Blow Pops) as a symbolism activity
⭐ Symbolism & allegory PPT (editable)
⭐ Symbolism lesson plan & student sample
⭐ Guided notes and student practice (Interactive Notebooks)
⭐ Traditional worksheet version
⭐ Digital version optimized for landscape
⭐ Plain-text version for screen readers