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November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet

November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
November Blues: pgs 182-217 Descriptive&Figurative Language Worksheet
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This worksheet asks students to write definitions for the following descriptive and figurative language terms:
*irony *imagery
*personification *onomatopoeia
*tone *mood
*simile *metaphor
*hyperbole *symbolism

This worksheet also contains 9 multiple-choice questions, asking students to identify which descriptive or figurative language term is used in a sentence from the novel.

SAMPLE multiple-choice question:

Read the sentence from the story: "I've had no salt at all since I was here last. My mom even checked the salt content on the toothpaste!"

(a) personification, giving the toothpaste salt-like qualities
(b) hyperbole, exaggerating the mother's seriousness of cutting out salt in November's diet
(c) imagery, creating a vivid picture of November's diet
(d) onomatopoeia, using a word that sounds like its meaning
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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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