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Lesson 1: Read a text rich in figurative language. Have students find examples of each type of figurative language within the text. Write two examples on the scopes of ice cream of similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, and alliteration.
Lesson 2: Match two examples of each type of figurative language with its definition. Answer key included.
You can differentiate this assignments by filling in more information for students that require more supports to be successful and/or highlighting the words that create imagery. This graphic organizers is perfect for small group instruction, literacy centers, reteaching skills, extending the lesson, and state assessment preparation. GT, ELL, ESL, bilingual, special education, general education, and struggling students will happily participate with these lessons! You may change these forms to fit your individual classroom needs; however, please do not copyright the new creation or sell it. I reserve the right to sell this product. Good luck and I hope you have fun teaching this poetry lesson!