Babe the Blue Ox...Exaggeration?

Unit 9: Vocabulary Skills
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine figurative and exaggerated language the author uses to help tell a story.

Big Idea: Figuring out the language author's use to help their story are sometimes taken literally by our students. This is an easy story to use to help students practice looking for and understanding exaggerated and figurative language.

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English / Language Arts, Vocabulary and Concept Development, figurative language, prior knowledge, sticky notes, tall tales, Babe the Blue Ox, exaggeration
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