**********Luscious Literary Language**********
Are you looking to review literary and figurative terms? Need something quick for your students or for your substitute plans? This is it!
In this product, you are receiving two engaging literary and figurative language review worksheets. Each worksheets asks the students to answer what figurative or literary device is being used, and then explain how they know this or explain their thinking. In addition, each box is given a specific color, and once the students figure out the answer, they are to color the correct gum ball in that color.
This product reviews the figurative terms: simile, metaphor, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, allusion, idiom, and oxymoron.
The literary terms reviewed in this product are: protagonist, antagonist, static and dynamic character, man vs. man, man vs. self, man vs. nature, man vs. society, characterization, internal and external conflict, conflict, symbolism, exposition, rising action and climax.
***I did NOT include a glossary for these terms in this product. In order for your students to be able to complete these activities, they will have to have knowledge of these terms and the definitions. I figured a glossary would not challenge the students if they have definitions in front of them. I would suggest reviewing the terms before giving them these activities.***
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