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COMMON CORE ELA SIMILES METAPHORS WITH QUOTES FROM TEXT

COMMON CORE ELA SIMILES METAPHORS WITH QUOTES FROM TEXT
COMMON CORE ELA SIMILES METAPHORS WITH QUOTES FROM TEXT
COMMON CORE ELA SIMILES METAPHORS WITH QUOTES FROM TEXT
COMMON CORE ELA SIMILES METAPHORS WITH QUOTES FROM TEXT
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Practice figurative language with this exercise using the text, "All Summer In A Day" by Ray Bradbury (available in my store, if needed).

Shakespeare gives some great definitions and examples of Similes and Metaphors from his classic writing.

Students are then given 7 partial examples from the text. Working alone or with a partner, they first must find the sentence in the text and copy the missing words on the line. Then they must decide if the quote is a Simile or a Metaphor.

Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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