Identifying Figurative Language-Free

Identifying Figurative Language-Free
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In this handout, students are asked to read examples provided and identify which types of figurative language exist. (Alliteration, Personification, Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole, Onomatopoeia, and Imagery). This is a great way to assess what students already know about figurative language or a great review after you have taught this lesson.

1. simile
2. simile (or personification)
3. metaphor
4. simile (or hyperbole)
5. metaphor
6. personification
7. imagery
8. onomatopoeia
9. simile (or hyperbole)
10. simile
11. imagery (or personification)
12. metaphor
13. alliteration (or onomatopoeia)
14. personification

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