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Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements

Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
Leveled Student Practice - Figurative Language and Sound Elements
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Poetry Elements BUNDLE -- Figurative Language and Sound Elements



This product has three leveled practices for students to practice figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, idiom) and sound elements (Alliteration, rhyme, repetition, onomatopoeia). Practices are Level A, B, and C.

Level A – Basic Practice:
There are two separate Level A practice pages. Since these are the Basic Practice pages, I have broken up figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, idiom) and sound elements (rhyme, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and repetition). On both pages, students will read a sentence and determine the type of figurative language or sound element.


Level B – Intermediate Practice
There is a two page practice for Level B. For one portion of this, students will read a sentence or phrase and determine the sound element. (alliteration, rhyme, repetition, onomatopoeia). For the other portion of the practice, students will read a sentence, determine the type of figurative language (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, idiom) represented and fill in a chart with the example of figurative language and what it means in “plain language.” Plain language is “your own words” or “literal” meaning.

Level C – Advanced Practice
There is a two page practice for Level C. Students will read sentences, determine the figurative language in the sentence, determine the type of figurative language and tell what it means in “plain language.” “Plain Language” is “your own words” or “literal meaning.” Then, students must come up with their own example of figurative language that means the same thing as the example. The other part of the practice will be to write a poem using two of the four sound elements.

Bonus Material –

In the Zip File you will be receiving my FREE Download of Figurative Language and Sound Element Terms.

Answer Keys Provided For All Practices
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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