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Andy Leiser

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Figurative Language: Onomatopoeia and Hyperbole

Open the Slides in the Directions audio Listen to the Learning Target link Watch both Lesson Videos Core concepts: Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it is. Hyperbole is an exaggeration to make a point. On the Student Template (4 pages) pages Page 1: label Onomatopoeia Animals Listen to the directions. Double tap on each speech bubble to type in the onomatopoeia animal sound each creature makes. Super-ultra-awesome bonus points if you then record yourself making that sound with enthusiasm. pages Page 2: movemicpause Hyperbole Search Drag the white search circle around to discover the hidden hyperboles. When you find one, tap the mic, read it aloud, and explain what it means. Then pause the recording, find the next one and repeat. Remember to pause between each recording. pages Page 3: movemic What's it mean? Listen to each recording in all six colorful hexagons. Double tap and type the meaning of the figurative language in the given white text box. Then, double tap the black square and place a O or an H to share if it is an example of an onomatopoeia or a hyperbole. pages Page 4: label Show-off Write your examples of onomatopoeia and hyperbole. Get creative and have some fun with it. Feel free to record yourself reading your examples with intrigue in your voice. checkcheck Submit your best work

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, English Language Learners, Writing
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