Students create a visual representation of one of the similes or metaphors listed that is bold, colorful, and detailed. Include the line and page number on the paper. Below the line, write what the actual comparison is and explain what it means in
Students must read each quote from Acceleration and then decide what type of figure of speech is being used. Then analyze the comparison being made, the object being personified or exaggerated, or the image being created by explaining the meaning
Working in small groups, students complete the graphic organizer to analysis the title. They must explain using 3 details from the novel- one must relate to plot, one to character development, and one to theme.
Students must complete a chart with direct quotes (sentences copied directly from the book) of both direct and indirect characterization from chapters 1-10 of Acceleration. Two examples have been provided.