Language Arts Lingo Internet Hunt
Directions: Bookmark this web page. Use the links provided to find the answers to the questions.
Use the bookmark to return to this page. Getting back tips

1. There, their and they're are words that get mixed up quite a bit. Take the challenge Word Choice exercise #1.
How many times did you use them correctly?


2. Puzzled about whether to use who or whom? Sometimes I am, too.
Write a brief explanation.




Now take the Quiz on who versus whom . Document your score here.____________


3. Oxymorons - What is an oxymoron? List your favorite 3.



4. Personification - What is it?


Describe a book you are currently reading or an activity you are doing, using personification.


5. List three homophones. What is a homophone?




6. Find the meaning of these Acronyms -









7. Draft is one prodigious homonym! How many meanings are listed?


Write one meaning you have used in conversation or writing.



8. Try the online challenge - Antonym Millionaire.


Your assignment is to write a poem using 10 antonyms. You have no ideas. What resource(s) could you use to find antonyms?


9. When would a writer use onomatopoeia?



10. Discover for yourself.
When you were younger, you learned things about the world through discovery. You drew conclusions from what you observed.
A good example is a light switch. You "discovered" that this bumpy thing on the wall could turn the ceiling light on or off.
You came to this finding by "playing with the switch".

Read the sentences carefully. Then answer the question. What is alliteration?



"Eureka! " Craft a sentence that is rich in alliteration.

"The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest minds of past centuries." Rene Descartes

Endeavor to excel on the Acronym Puzzle |

Chasing Metaphors - seeing is believing

Online Collaboration & Social Networking

Internet Hunts / Nature / Computers / Puzzles & Projects / Problem based Learning / Site map / Home

All trademarks, copyright and logos belong to their respective owners.

©2004 Cindy O'Hora. All rights reserved, FAQ posted July 23, 2004 UTD 12/07

tree icon Save a tree - use a Digital Answer Sheet: Highlight the text of the questions on this web page, copy them - Edit .. Copy. Open a text document or word processing document. Paste the questions into the blank document. Answer the questions in the word processing document in a contrasting color ( not yellow) or font (avoid fancy fonts like: black, Symbol, dearform fomnt or broad. Save frequently as you work. I do not like losing my work. You will not like it either. Put your name and the date in a header. Bad things happen. Retain a copy of your work on your computer. Submit your assignment via a class electronic drop box or email attachment.

Proof your responses. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work. smiling icon Make Your Own Printed answer sheet