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You can teach your students about Figurative Language styles, have an activity to practice, and get a comprehension grade all in one with this bundle.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE TASK CARDS & POSTERS:
8 styles of figurative language with these task cards and posters. Your students will love learning about unique styles of writing with this activity. You can print and display the posters in your classroom.
Posters include the following:
Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration, Hyperbole, Idiom, Personification, Imagery & Onomatopoeia
Your students can practice their knowledge on each of the styles with the 32 task cards that are in the activities pack. The task cards have 2 different options, for the teacher to use. The first set of task cards contains multiple choice, and the other set the student will have to identify the style of language used. The task cards are not different, but are great for higher level thinking. The student will also have to explain what the figurative language means to the reader. Answer keys for the task cards are included in the packet. Use the task cards in centers, small group practice, or in sheet protectors and a marker. Students can also have fun quizzing each other using the cards.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE FLIP BOOK ACTIVITY
Learning new vocabulary words for students is not always easy. The Figurative Language Flip book is an easy way and fun way for students to learn new words. This flip book is easy to print and needs to be cut.
Introduce a term a day or a few. The student will write the definition and give an example of each of the figurative language styles. The student can glue in a composition notebook for easy reference of each of the styles throughout the school year. A rubric is included in the packet for the teacher to use to grade the flip book activity.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE READING COMPREHENSION PASSAGES
6 reading comprehension passages that focus on a style of figurative language each passage. You will be able have your readers focus on the following: Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Hyperbole's, Personification, Alliteration & Onomatopoeia.
Use the reading passages to show your readers examples of each of the styles of writing, and get a comprehension grade. Each passage has minimum, an example of each of the styles per paragraph. The passages are silly made up stories, to keep your student engaged while reading, and notice each of the figurative language styles.
I use these passages in small group, tutoring, and independent work. One way to see if your readers understand each of the reading styles is to have them highlight the similes, metaphors, idioms, hyperboles, personification, alliteration and onomatopoeia examples they find in the text.
This packet contains multiple choice questions for you to challenge your readers. Each passage contains 7-8 comprehension questions.
I hope you will enjoy!