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In my high school teaching experience, I have cultivated the view that theme is a statement about the universal truth an author communicates about their work. Our staff teaches that a theme is NOT the same as a motif, which can be stated as a single word or a short phrase.What are the six areas of Language Arts?
Within language arts there are six areas. The six areas focus on ways of communicating in the classroom. The areas are Writing, Speaking, Visual Representing, Reading, Listening, and Viewing. Down below I have the six areas of language arts, and following each area, I have examples that students might be doing in class, or at home.What is allusion in language arts?
An allusion is a figure of speech or reference to a person, place, literary work, myth or other work of art directly or indirectly. A very simple example would be: 'I am no Frank Sinatra.'. Sometimes confused with the term illusion, Allusion is the literary term that refers to a reference in a work of art from another work.