Reflection: Joy Say What?: Introducing Non-Literal Language - Section 1: Enroll Students Into Learning

 

Sometimes I think that teaching must be the BEST job ever!  Actually, I think that almost all the time, BUT, during this lesson, I'm thinking it again!  What other job lets you share great texts like Amelia Bedelia and let kids just laugh and share along with you?  Can't think of a better way to spend my days-really!

  Reflection: Good Old Amelia Bedelia!
  Joy: Reflection: Good Old Amelia Bedelia!
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Say What?: Introducing Non-Literal Language

Unit 6: Idioms Unit
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate an understanding of word relationships and nuances in word meanings.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will work on identifying examples of non-literal language within a text and distinguish the meanings of literal from non-literal words and phrases in context.

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English / Language Arts, idioms, Amelia Bedelia, non
  30 minutes
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