Simile, Metaphor, Personification...what is the difference? With this engaging, student-friendly PowerPoint presentation, your students will not only understand figurative language, but they will apply the terms when analyzing literature. Presentation includes definitions, examples, graphics, and a fun, whole-group formative assessment. A must-have for introducing and reviewing figurative language.
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End Mark PowerPoint
Parts of Speech PowerPoint
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