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Figurative Language - Figurative vs. Literal PowerPoint Presentation
This PowerPoint presentation clearly and concisely introduces students to the concept of Figurative Language. It compares figurative language to literal language, and gives several examples. It covers the five types of figurative language: personification, metaphor, simile, idiom, and hyperbole. It
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Idiom Project - Illustrating Figurative vs. Literal Meanings
Idiom Project This is a fun and engaging project to help students understand the literal and figurative meanings of common English idioms. The handout provides a step-by-step guide to complete the illustrated idiom project, a URL link to find common English idioms, and a scoring rubric. This proj
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Figurative vs. Literal Lesson Plan PowerPoint
Getting students to understand the differences between figurative and literal language can be a difficult, but worthwhile undertaking. This powerpoint will both introduce students to figurative and literal language, but will also go through many different examples that help them identify one from t
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Figurative (vs. Literal) Language
This quick and fun activity will help your students understand the difference between literal and figurative language. This set contains: a completed example, student directions for activity completion, and figurative phrase 87 worksheets. Add a touch of color to your classroom while teaching stud
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Figurative vs Literal Meanings!
This activity is a fun way to assess student understanding of figurative and literal meanings. Given an example that has a figurative meaning, students will draw the literal meaning of the example and then the figurative meaning of the example. Students can then present their drawn examples to t
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Figurative vs. Literal Language Illustration Chart
Help your students understand figurative language with this chart. First they find figurative language in a text. Next, they rewrite it using literal language. They illustrate how they imagine the figurative language, then illustrate what it really means and write what it really means.
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Figurative v. Literal Language with Mrs. Mack by Patricia Polacco
This Growing Third Graders product is a quick way to introduce or review Figurative Language with a classic picture book, Mrs. Mack by Patricia Polacco. It is also a GREAT close reading activity! This product directly addresses CCSS RL.3.4 and L.3.5a. Hope your kids enjoy this activity as much as
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3rd-5th Grade Reading Workshop BUNDLE {Aligned to Common Core}
Guided reading and reading workshop is the way to go to teach the Common Core reading standards! This reading workshop (guided reading) unit is designed to provide an entire year of detailed reading instruction for any state's standards, including the Common Core Standards! In addition to the tradi
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Mentor Sentence Units (VOLUME 3) Bundle (Grades 3-5): 40 Weeks!
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! This bundle is just what you need to implement mentor sentences in your classroom all year! Not familiar with mentor sentences? Read all about them
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3rd-5th Grade Guided Reading Unit 3 {Traditional Literature}
This reading unit is designed to provide six weeks of detailed reading instruction! IN ADDITION to the printable file, this product is now ready for Google Classroom! All student forms (except landscape forms) are ready for Google Docs or Google Slides! This guided reading unit is 100% aligned to t
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Figurative Language vs. Literal
Teach the difference between figurative and literal language with this set of two practice worksheets (part of my Figurative Language Activities Set). The first page is a writing activity that pushes students to come up with more interesting and vivid descriptions; for each sentence, students must
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Halloween Figurative Language & Literal Vs. Nonliteral  Meaning Task Cards
You may also like a Halloween Nonfiction Mixed Review This fun Halloween set of task cards is a great way to practice figurative language and literal versus nonliteral meaning. All of the phrases are Halloween themed.There are 20 task cards in all with recording sheets for students to write their a
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Figurative Language - Literal vs. Figurative Language
Figurative Language - Literal vs. Figurative Language This product comes with a worksheet and activity to introduce the difference between literal and figurative language. Fun, simple and engaging!
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Underground Railroad & Civil War Mentor Sentences & Interactive Activities
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! This unit will be a great way to integrate Social Studies in with your mentor sentences during your study of the Underground Railroad and Civil War! I
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Civil Rights Movement Mentor Sentences & Interactive Activities Mini-Unit (3-5)
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! This unit will be a great way to integrate Social Studies in with your mentor sentences during your study of the Civil Rights Movement! It does not in
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TUCK EVERLASTING Complete Unit (Figurative Language & Common Core Aligned)
This unit includes everything you need to read "Tuck Everlasting" with your middle school students. Aligned with the common core, this unit digs deeper into the figurative meanings behind this enchanting tale. My students love this book, and this unit is FUN and we always laugh (a lot!) during thes
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Mentor Sentences Unit: Vol 3, Third 10 Weeks (Grades 3-5)
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! This unit is just what you need to continue with mentor sentences in your classroom. This unit does not include explicit directions of how to implemen
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Mentor Sentences (Vol 3) for Grades 3-5 HARD COPY Book
If you are looking for the DIGITAL version ONLY of the Volume 3 Mentor Sentences Bundle, click here. ***************************************************************************** Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from yo
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Second, Third, and Fourth Mentor Sentence Units (Vol 3) Bundle (Grades 3-5)
Did you buy the Vol 3 FIRST Ten Weeks: Mentor Sentence Unit and love it so much, you must have the rest? Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! This bundle is just what you need to continue
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Interactive Language Arts Activities: Vol 3, THIRD Unit (Gr 3-5)
The language arts interactive activities in this unit address the focus skills in the Volume 3, THIRD Ten Weeks: Mentor Sentence Unit. Although this unit is a companion to the mentor sentence unit, it could be used independently as well! Not familiar with mentor sentences? Read all about them her
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Idiom Task Cards
"Out of This World" Idiom Task Cards helps students understand the concept of figurative and literal meanings. The package includes: Idiom Poster CCSS Center Objectives and Directions Idiom Task Cards Idiom Meanings Idiom Sentences (color version) Idiom Sentences (B&W version) Idiom/Meaning r
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Common Core Figurative Language (6 Types) with Collaborative Synthesis!
A highly interactive, colorful, engaging 10-slide PowerPoint presentation on the implementation of figurative language in any English Language Arts classroom: with this PPT, you and your students will find: a.) An invitation for students to dig into prior knowledge of figurative vs. literal languag
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Writing Using Figurative Language and Detail Using House on Mango Street
This is a writing activity that all of my students really loved! I was so surprised at what they created! The activity provided a great platform for both modeling and independent practice. The handout includes an excerpt from House on Mango Street called "My Name." It is full of imagery, descripti
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ELA Terms Toolbox Grades 3-6
There are so many terms students are required to remember! Why not have a functional, cute ELA Terms Toolbox for all of the terms students need to know. There are over 125 terms included in this toolbox. There is also a teacher guide with definitions for all of the terms listed for the students;
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Figures of Speech PowerPoint
This presentation introduces students to figurative vs. literal language as well as the following figures of speech: onomatopoeia, alliteration, hyperbole, simile, metaphor, and personification. It goes well with my figures of speech packet and included activities for the students to do. Could be us
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Idiom Fractions Powerpoint
This is a fun, engaging PowerPoint presentation that uses idioms to introduce or reinforce fractions to elementary students. The PowerPoint asks students to identify the meaning of common idioms. It presents opportunities for students to practice identifying fractions while discussing the figurative
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Write Your Own Idiom!
Use this graphic organizer when exploring figurative vs. literal language through idioms. Kids start by defining figurative and literal, and then define 12 well-known idioms. For each one, they draw a picture of the idiom's literal meaning (very funny!), and then write the figurative meaning. At the
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Bell Ringers for Middle School - Month of Mentor Sentences for St. Patrick's Day
Here's four weeks of bellringers all based on the included non-fiction text that tells who St. Patrick really was! It's a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and learn at the same time! Each week, students are given one sentence from the text and are asked questions about: ★ text structure ★
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WONDER Palacio R.J. Novel Figurative Language Bundle
Wonder contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Alliteration * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Allusion NOVEL: Wonder by R.J. Palacio LEVEL: 5th - 12th COMMON C
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Literal vs. Non-literal Meanings (Figurative Language)~ L.3.5
In this pack you will get all the printables you'll need to teach literal vs. non-literal language (figurative language). Aligned to CCSS L.3.5. What You Get: ~Literal vs. Non-Literal Word Meaning Note Taker: Use to introduce key vocabulary, definitions, examples and illustrate examples. Teach
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BUD, NOT BUDDY Figurative Language Bundle
BUD, NOT BUDDY Figurative Language Bundle NOVEL: Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis LEVEL: 5th-10th COMMON CORE: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4 ······························································································································· This resource can be purch
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A CHRISTMAS CAROL Figurative Language Bundle
A Christmas Carol contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Allusion NOVEL: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dicken
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Figurative Language Interactive Notebook Foldables
Looking for a FUN and ENGAGING way to teach your students all about figurative language? Well, look no further! This 36-page packet is chocked-full of simple, print-and-go interactive notebook templates with complete answer keys. Topics included are: What is Figurative Language? (definition) Litera
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ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY Figurative Language Bundle
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Symbol TEXT: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cr
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ESPERANZA RISING Figurative Language Bundle
Esperanza Rising contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Symbol * Pun TEXT: Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan LEVE
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Eleven by Sandra Cisneros- Guided Reading Unit
This all inclusive unit on Eleven by Sandra Cisneros helps students fully comprehend the story, its literary elements, and its messages and themes. This covers the following concepts: -Inferences & Drawing conclusions -Point of View -Context clues -Similes -Dialogue -Plot -Theme Table of Cont
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Idioms: Literally vs. Figuratively
This figurative language activity is a class favorite! Students select an idiom from the list included. There are over 50 idioms to choose from, however, any idiom could be used with this template. Once they have their idiom and find out the definition they will fill in their template with an il
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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Figurative Language Bundle
To Kill a Mockingbird contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Pun * Allusion * Symbol NOVEL: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee L
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Nonliteral Language & Figurative Language BUNDLE
TWO FOR ONE! This bundle includes my Nonliteral & Literal Language Bundle as well as my Figurative Language Activity Booklet at a DISCOUNTED PRICE! See below for what is included! Nonliteral and Literal Language: This nonliteral and literal phrases bundle includes activities to use throughout
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JULIUS CAESAR Figurative Language Bundle
Julius Caesar contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Allusion PLAY: Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare LEV
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OF MICE AND MEN Figurative Language Bundle
Of Mice and Men contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Symbol NOVEL: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck LEVEL
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Poetry : Idioms, Figurative and Literal Language JUMBO PPT
36 Slides! Notes, Activities, Poetry Analysis! All in 1 PowerPoint!! Getting students to understand the differences between figurative and literal language can be a difficult, but worthwhile undertaking. This PowerPoint will both introduce students to figurative and literal language, but will al
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THE CATCHER IN THE RYE Figurative Language Bundle
Catcher in the Rye contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Symbol NOVEL: The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Sali
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THE MAZE RUNNER Figurative Language Bundle
Maze Runner contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Symbol NOVEL: Maze Runner by James Dashner LEVEL: 7th-12t
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The Tiny Seed- Common Core Unit
The Tiny Seed common core reading literature unit includes vocabulary, fluency, comprehension (inferential and text-based) questions, mentor text sentences CCSS language standards, retell frames, summarizing, opinion writing, narrative writing, and center activities. It supports Common Core Standar
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MANIAC MAGEE Figurative Language Bundle
Maniac Magee contains many Figurative Language examples for students to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: > Simile > Metaphor > Idiom > Hyperbole > Analogy > Personification > Onomatopoeia > Allusion > Pun TEXT: Maniac Magee b
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Idioms: Don't Take Them Literally!
Do you have a hard time teaching students literal vs. non-literal language? I know my students have a difficult time figuring out what phrases like, "It's raining cats and dogs!" means when they don't see it in a context. To help my students and yours, I have included: -3 winter-themed passages (S
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THE FAULT IN OUR STARS Figurative Language Bundle
The Fault in Our Stars contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia * Pun * Symbol NOVEL: The Fault in Our Stars by John G
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WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS Figurative Language Bundle
Where the Red Fern Grows contains many Figurative Language examples for students to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: > Simile > Metaphor > Idiom > Hyperbole > Analogy > Personification > Onomatopoeia > Symbol > Allusion TEXT:
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Figurative Language Lesson and Flipbook, Classroom Posters, Activities
This complete lesson includes the 8 main types of figurative language, alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, imagery, and symbolism. Download includes a teacher presentation, lesson plan with essential question, activating and culminating activities, engaging les
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Figurative Language Assessment Similes Metaphors Idioms Hyperboles
I am doing a week unit on Literal vs Non-Literal language and dedicating one day to each type of figurative language. I created this assessment as a quick way to test each and for students to show their understanding of the literal meanings of each.
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Literal vs. Non-Literal Organizer
Use these organizers to help your kids figure out literal and non-literal meanings of words and phrases. They are best paired with short passages that can provide context clues for those words/phrases (not included). I've also included the same organizer, but for "Idioms". The organizers come in tw
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