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There is no better way to engage students in learning to identify and analyze figurative language than to bring music into the classroom! The intended use of this product is to be used during morning work, however, you may use it as you please!:) Each week throughout the unit, students receive a “song of the week”. Each day, students will identify a different form of figurative language used throughout the lyrics. They will highlight to identify. They will then create their own. Each week, students should receive a copy of the song lyrics as well as a morning work sheet. Due to copyright laws, you will need to provide your own copy of the lyrics to your kiddos.
o A morning work sheet related to each song (3 week’s worth!) Morning work teaches and reviews a different form of figurative language each day. The following types of figurative language are used:
o 3 “Songs-of-the-week!” : Must receive your own lyrics!
• “Happy” by: Pharrell Williams
• “Firework” by: Katy Perry
• “Fight Song” by” Rachel Platten
o Lyric Comprehension Chart
o Figurative Language Chart