#TpTtech Paperless Resource - FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE - INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES PAPERLESS DIGITAL NOTEBOOK FOR GOOGLE DRIVE AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM.
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Great for Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, iPads, or a learning management system. Go paperless!
Learn about 8 Figurative Language Devices using interactive technology! This product is great for 1:1 learning, but can also be used as teacher lead activities.
What kind of resource is this?
--These are original educational technology and learning materials delivered by web based file sharing services, which operates in the internet cloud and allows you and your students to access, edit, and print files from any computer or mobile device. Don’t worry – it is VERY user friendly!
--Teacher Tutorial – includes the access link and how to use it in your classroom.
-- Microsoft OneDrive users can seamlessly use the digital interactive notebook by following the MS OneDrive step-by-step visual tutorial. This will only take minutes!
-- Eight separate lessons on Figurative Language
-- 20 - Figurative Language interactive slides you can use over and over again.
-- Teacher Notes and Answer Key
-- Unit Overview (20 individual slides):
Unit 1: Simile
Unit 2: Hyperbole
Unit 3: Metaphor
Unit 4: Idiom
Unit 5: Quiz on first 4 figurative language devices
Unit 6: Alliteration
Unit 7: Personification
Unit 8: Onomatopoeia
Unit 9: Allusion
Unit 10: Final test on all 8 figurative language devices
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