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This product is thoughtfully designed and created to help you teach figurative language to your middle school students from beginning to end. All lessons have been implemented in a real middle school classroom with amazing results! This download is full of practical, yet engaging lessons that will get your students collaborating, moving, and keep them active throughout the unit.
Lessons and activities designed to introduce figurative language terms, and to start working with the application of terms.
: This week is all about building on the knowledge from last week and applying new skills from this week in a seminar setting.
This week is focused on remediating, enriching, and assessing.
*Bonus* (6.50 Value!)
: 80 Google Slides with figurative lyrics that require students to THINK about the meaning. Student response sheet included so students can EXPLAIN the meaning of the lyrics and HOW it relates to their personal life! (Higher Order Thinking!) Each slide also has a video link to the song containing the lyrics. It is always fun to play the song while the students write about the meaning.
tudents construct their own meaning in a medium they love with this Youtube Scavenger hunt!! Students hunt for the best videos on Youtube that describe Personification, Metaphor, Simile, Hyperbole, Alliteration, Onomatopoeia, Imagery, and Symbolism. This is a great hook activity!
Day by day outline with corrlated I Can Statements.