Reflection: Checks for Understanding Onomatopoeia: Beep beep beep - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


This Guide is a great tool for students to show their understanding of Onomatopoeia as figurative language. It doesn’t necessarily need to be completed with a book, but examples from a book can be helpful if students have trouble coming up with their own. Sometimes words will need discussion before students can decide if they are considered Onomatopoeia examples or not. I tell kids that there is sometimes a gray area where a word can fall when it can’t be decided if it’s a real example or not.

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Onomatopoeia: Beep beep beep

Unit 24: Onomatopoeia Unit
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of Onomatopoeia with an Assessment Guide that will be turned in for a grade.

Big Idea: Assessing the concept of Onomatopoeia

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