Reflection: Safety Figurative Language - Section 1: Review of Common Terms


Although I know that students learned these terms in elementary school, I feel it is a relaxing way to introduce the new, more difficult figurative language terms.  Instead of them feeling totally overwhelmed and confused, students realize that they do have a foundation for figurative language that we will continue to refer as the year progresses.

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Figurative Language

Unit 12: Reading: Part II!
Lesson 15 of 16

Objective: SWBAT determine and interpret the meaning of figurative language in text.

Big Idea: Figurative Language enhances meaning in text.

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