Author Suzanne Collins uses rich language filled with similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification, and irony in "The Hunger Games." This activity (three pages of worksheets + three pages of answer keys) allows students to learn the difference between the different types of figures of speech and explore their meanings.
This is perfect for using early in the novel, or any time throughout without spoiling any of the plot: the first page covers examples from the first chapter; second page covers chapters 2-4; and the third page covers chapters 5-6.
ANSWER KEY INCLUDED!
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Created by Tracee Orman