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Literal & Non-Literal Language (3.RL.4)
Here are 6 handouts to reinforce the common core reading literature standard of "Literal and Non-Literal Language". These resources can be used for practically anything (guided instruction, literacy centers, seat work, homework, assessments). This resource is also included in my third grade Harcourt
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Idioms and Non-Literal Language:  Using Context Clues to Determine Meaning
This product contains activitie to support using context clues to determine the meaning of non-literal language. Idioms are presented throughout these activities. This product contains activities such as an interactive non-literal language book students can make and complete, matching game, non-li
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L.3.5a - Figurative and Literal Language Sort
This fun activity contains two signs, "Figurative" and "Literal", as well as 14 pairs of sentences -- one that is a figurative statement and one that is the literal version of that statement. For example, "I'm so hungry I could eat a horse" (figurative) and its pair "I haven't eaten anything at all
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58 Task Cards Idioms Non-Literal Language 3.RL.4
Need to take your non-literal language practice to the next level? These task cards require open-ended answers by looking at the context clues rather than picking a multiple choice answer. These are great for printing and stashing in a center! I also made an answer sheet that breaks the cards into t
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Figurative and Literal Language
This pack is a great way to introduce figurative and literal language to students. This pack contains: *Introduction Slides (PowerPoint version and SmartNotebook) *Posters *2 Center games (sort and a matching game) with answer keys *3 practice pages (students identify figurative & literal langu
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Amelia B.'s Way with Words, Literal Language
Literal Language can be difficult for early readers or EL students to understand. Thank goodness we have a series of books with a delightful character, Amelia Bedelia, to add a little humor to this challenging reading and language skill. Amelia, who is extremely literal, is a great way to intro
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Figurative Speech Literal & Non-Literal Language Test
This is a great test to assess students' understanding of figurative language. RL.4- I can define literal and non-literal language.
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Halloween Non-literal language, Multiple Meaning, and Directions
This is a Halloween themed matching of non-literal phrases to the meaning using witched and cauldrons. Next help the multiple meaning trick or treat mummy find his matching definition on the candy corn. If you dare, take a chance at following the gruesome directions that will leave your students r
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Idioms: Using Figurative & Literal Language: Igloos of Idioms
This resource is perfect for a whole group pocket chart activity, individual practice, peer collaboration, stations, and/or teacher directed small groups. The cute winter & Arctic graphics make it appealing and fun for students to learn about literal and figurative language. This unit comes w
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Simile and Metaphors - Literal and Non-Literal Language
This product is a great resource for teaching literal and no-literal, or figurative language. The two types of non-literal language this unit focuses on is similes and metaphors. Throughout this unit you have a pre-assessment and post assessment, vocabulary, task cards, recording sheet, and acti
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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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Literal Language v Figurative Language Quiz (+ Answer Key)
Literal Language v. Figurative Language Quiz + Answer Key This is a ten (10) question quiz where students are given various lines of TS Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" and are asked to discern whether the line is literal language or figurative language. It is a great resource and dema
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The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco Literal & Non-literal Language Organizers
Have students determine the literal and non-literal meaning of this set of figurative language phrases from the text titled The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco.
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Figurative and Literal Language
This PowerPoint explains the difference between figurative and literal language. I used this with my fourth grade class to introduce the different types of language and to help distinguish what makes a phrase either figurative or literal. There are a lot of practice exercises toward the end of the s
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Literal and Non-Literal Language Anchor Chart
Guide students' thinking as they distinguish literal language from non-literal language using this kid friendly anchor chart.
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Figurative / Non-literal Language with Esperanza Rising
Figurative language is a hard concept to teach and yet it's one of our CCSS! Lucky for us, Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan is FULL of meaningful figurative quotes that we can leverage. This lesson plan and graphic organizer will help you teach your students HOW to recognize figurative language
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Literal and Non-Literal Language Graphic Organizer Activity Sheet
Use this activity sheet as an exit ticket assessment on distinguishing literal and non-literal language.
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Visualize Draw Then Write Literal Language Graphic Organizer
Use this graphic organizer to help students visualize first the meaning of phrases that have a literal and non-literal meaning. Once students have visualized the phrase's meaning, they are to describe through writing the phrases' literal and non-literal meaning.
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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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Non-Literal Language Task Cards!
I have included 24 task cards that can be used in centers or small group instruction where students can work on determining the meaning of an unknown non-literal phrase. These task cards will require deep thinking where students will need to read the sentence and provide an open response answer.
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Figurative and Literal Language T-Chart
This worksheet has 5 pairs of sayings/phrases and a t-chart with two columns, figurative and literal. In each pair, there is a figurative saying and a literal phrase that depicts the actual meaning of the saying. Introduce literal and figurative language and have your students place the phrases in t
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Literal vs Non-Literal Language Interactive Notebook
Half sheet for students to reference when using literal and non-literal language.
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Literal Versus Non-Literal Language Graphic Organizer
Use this graphic organizer to engage students in distinguishing literal and non-literal language.
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