Priscilla and the Wimps by Richard Peck Figurative Language and KEY

Priscilla and the Wimps by Richard Peck Figurative Language and KEY
Priscilla and the Wimps by Richard Peck Figurative Language and KEY
Priscilla and the Wimps by Richard Peck Figurative Language and KEY
Priscilla and the Wimps by Richard Peck Figurative Language and KEY
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This two page worksheet on the examples of figurative language in Richard Peck's short story has 3 parts. In Part 1 the students match the 12 examples of figurative language in the story: Biblical allusion, onomatopoeia, alliteration, metaphor, cliché, idiom, literary allusion, personification, synecdoche, hyperbole, simile, and pun to their definitions. In Part 2 the students match the same terms to examples, and in Part 3 students match the terms to examples in quoted phrases or clauses taken directly from the story. This 3-tiered approach acts as a review or introduction to the terms. A two page answer KEY is provided.
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4 pages
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30 minutes
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