A Connotation Picture Book

Have students divide each of five sheets of paper into two columns labeled Positive and Negative. Then ask them to draw or cut out of magazines simple pictures that illustrate the contrasting connotations in each of the word pairs on page 214. Have them add other pairs of words if they wish. They may also want to add a cover before stapling or tying their pages together. Display the books so that classmates can view one another's pictures.
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