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Andy Leiser

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Figurative Language: Similes and Metaphors

Open the Slides in the Directions audio Listen to the Learning Target link Watch the Lesson Video (must do) link Watch the Music Video (may do - review) On the Student Template (4 pages) pages Page 1: highlighter 🔴: similes 🟢: metaphors Listen or read the paragraph and highlight the figures of speech. Be careful, there may be some tricky ones! pages Page 2: movemic Simile Sort Drag the labels around to create complete sentences featuring similes. The sentences must make sense. Then, record yourself reading each simile with expression. pages Page 3: movemic Metaphor Moves Drag the labels around to create complete sentences featuring metaphors. The sentences must make sense. Then, record yourself reading each metaphor with expression. pages Page 4: label Show-off Write your own short paragraph that includes at least three figures of speech. At minimum there should be two similes and one metaphor, but feel free to go crazy and include as many as you'd like! checkcheck Submit your best work

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