51 slides! Figurative language is a common, effective tool of many rhetorical structures, and recognizing how a text uses figurative language is critical for success on the AP Language and Composition test. In this detailed, thorough presentation students will do the following: Read a chapter from The Grapes of Wrath; answer questions on the chapter; take notes on figurative language; analyze the figurative language of certain excerpts from the chapter; analyze figurative language in movie clips and other mediums; write a rhetorical analysis of figurative language; and more!
Note: The Grapes of Wrath chapter is an intercalary, stand alone chapter; there is no need to have read the entire novel. The richness of Steinbeck's language offers the students many different complex looks at figurative language. Link to chapter provided.