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Figurative Language Activities

Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Figurative Language Activities
Product Description
Teach and review figurative language with these engaging materials, and save! This bundle includes a video introduction lesson, figurative language posters, and an I Have, Who Has? review game.

This bundle includes the following elements:

Introduction to Figurative Language Video Lesson

These materials are an excellent introduction to common types of figurative language. Students will take notes on the definitions either independently or using one of the two versions of scaffolded notes for struggling students that are included so you can differentiate according to student needs. Students will also watch a short video that provides examples and helps make the vocabulary more memorable and meaningful.

This can be broken up and delivered as a warm up activity at the beginning of class, taught as a continuous lesson, and is a great option for a sub day lesson.

Figurative Language Posters

These figurative language posters provide a visual reference for students when learning about alliteration, onomatopoeia, similes, metaphors, hyperbole, idioms, allusion, oxymoron, analogy, and personification.

Each poster shows the word, definition, and example. See the preview file for a full image of each poster. Posters print 8.5" x 11".

Figurative Language I Have, Who Has Review Game

Review figurative language definitions and meanings in this fun I Have, Who Has game with 32 cards! I Have, Who Has Games are easy to play and provide a quick and low-prep class review. This game can be scaffolded for your struggling learners by handing them specific cards, pairing them with another student, or having them be the timekeeper or check answers against the answer key. These cards help students review the definitions of common types of figurative language, as well as identifying examples of and meanings of that figurative language.

Includes:
32 Game Cards that review the following types of figurative language:
• Hyperbole
• Similes
• Metaphors
• Alliteration
• Personification
• Idioms
• Onomatopoeia

***Updated 3/29/15***
- Fixed Alliteration Link in the video lesson
- Added Allusion and Oxymoron video examples and notes to video lesson
- Added 3 posters (allusion, analogy, and oxymoron)
- Cosmetic update for the game (new background paper)

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Total Pages
53 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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