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53 slides of interactive content! Newly updated and revised. Combines my HYPERBOLE AND UNDERSTATEMENT POWERPOINTS FOR A DISCOUNT PRICE! Introduce your students to hyperbole and understatement through these PowerPoint presentations. Jam-packed with information that will get your students excited abo
This fun, interactive powerpoint lesson teaches students about the 3 types of verbal irony. An activity at the end allows students to show mastery of sarcasm, hyperbole, and understatement.
30 slides! Updated, revised! An interactive presentation featuring movie clips, visuals and examples in order to introduce your students to UNDERSTATEMENT. Jam-packed with information that will get your students excited about writing and recognizing understatement. Included in this Powerpoint pre
This interactive Google Slides Mini-Lesson is meant to serve as a way to introduce the concepts of Hyperbole and Understatement through a series of self-guided activities. This independent activity is perfect to assigned students while you are working with small groups or post to Google Classroom fo
These days, we tend to type and text as opposed to write. Grammar, spelling and punctuation is given less importance on the social media platforms that we communicate on. However, secure levels of written and spoken literacy still hold significant purpose when studying English. This PowerPoint test
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8th - 10th, Adult Education
Presenting figurative language jigsaw puzzles to help your students learn about understatement. There are a total of 12 jigsaws. Each jigsaw puzzle includes:a puzzle piece with a sentence containing the understatementa puzzle piece with the figurative meaning a puzzle piece with a picture of the fig
This lesson includes a handout and slides to help students explore the following poems:"Incident" by Countee Cullen"The History Teacher" by Billy Collins"Barbie Doll" by Marge PiercyAll texts are widely available, but also available in Perrine's Literature.Aligned to the following skills and Essenti
Quick one page worksheet to explore topics of Satire, Sarcasm, Hyperbole, Irony, Understatement
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8th - 12th, Adult Education
This dynamic 14 slide power point lesson delivers the topic area of ‘hyperbole and understatement’ through a series of upbeat structured writing activities. This resource has worked well for me in class and has empowered the students to assimilate it into their own writing, and more importantly be a
This slides presentation teaches about figurative language, particularly about paradox, hyperbole, understatement, and irony.
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This worksheet helps students to not only identify the author's use of understatement but also consider the author's intent. This is a great way to compare how both authors use understatement for a similar reason.
Grades:
10th - 11th
Figurative Language and Other Literary Devices is available in two levels: Grades 3 to 6 Grades 5 to 8This slice, which focuses on Hyperbole and Understatement, is from Figurative Language and Other Literary Devices: Grades 5 to 8.About the complete books:Each edition of Figurative Language
Hyperbole and understatement sentence sort
Distinguish between hyperbole, understand, and neither.
It's an understatement to say that School Counselors have a lot to juggle. I have put together this packet to help make your life as a school counselor just a little less hectic! Each of the pages included will help build your School Counselor notebook. Pages included: 1. Weekly planner (15 min.
Cute is an understatement, for this luxury rendition of a classroom. If you are stylish, match your vibe with this stylish classroom. Enjoy!
Sugar shock is an understatement! Students can get an up close look at how much sugar is actually in the soda, juice, candy and treats they eat here. By doing simple division sugar grams can be converted to teaspoons- did you know that? It's easy- it's fun- and most especially....it's EYE OPENING!
Grades:
3rd - 8th
Students sort nine simple sentences under statement, question, or exclamation. I have included a page with the terms declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory if you prefer to use those terms.
Grades:
1st - 2nd
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Students sort 10 CVC sentences under statement or exclamation. I have included a sort page with the terms declarative and exclamatory if you prefer to use those terms.
Grades:
1st - 3rd
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This is an explanation of wit, hyperbole, understatement and irony which includes examples. The second page has a chart for students to fill out examples of each type of humour they find in a novel they are reading. It will work with any novel that uses these types of humour.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
"To say I love this book is an understatement. It's a deep psychological mystery about the power of motherhood, the intensity of teenage love, and the danger of perfection. It moved me to tears." --Reese Witherspoon"Extraordinary . . . books like Little Fires Everywhere don't come along often." --Jo
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Not Grade Specific
'To say I love this book is an understatement...It moved me to tears' Reese Witherspoon 'Just read it...Outstanding' Matt Haig Everyone in Shaker Heights was talking about it that summer: how Isabelle, the last of the Richardson children, had finally gone around the bend and burned the house down. I
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To say I love Dan Santat would be an understatement. His works are just magical.I always use his books as a mentor text for RL 2.7, using illustrations to understand the characters, setting and plot. This product is useful when using his books Beekle, Drawn Together, Are We There Yet?, and After the
To say that I love frogs would be an understatement! Here are my classroom jobs with frogs. Just laminate them and write their name. When it is time to change jobs, simply erase and go! *If you need more jobs, please message me and I will gladly add them!* That means, as I add more, keep checki
Grades:
K - 3rd

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