In this SMART Board lesson, teachers will be able to discuss 7 types of figurative language: alliteration, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, personification, and imagery. This lesson would best be broken down into several days, with extension activities for each type. At the end of the presentation, there are links for follow-up websites. This could be used for initial teaching, a brief review, or for students to begin creating their own examples of figurative language. Slides are interactive and will spark engagement.
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