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***Similes & Metaphors Guided Notes***
In order to understand literature, students have to understand literary and figurative devices. Some of these devices are similes and metaphors. As part of students’ learning, they need to understand that similes and metaphors are a part of an author’s craft, and an author uses certain devices such as this to create suspense, description and the plot for the reader. A good reader can identify, define and understand the meaning of these literary or figurative devices and know how to apply them.
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*Guided Similes & Metaphors Notes with a Teaching Answer Key
*Smart Board Guided Notes for Visual Learners
*Practice Worksheet-Identifying Similes & Metaphors
*2 Bell Work Similes & Metaphors Practice Sheets
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