Reflection: Lesson Planning Figurative Language, Part 2 - Section 4: Closure

 

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  Closure? How? Why?
  Lesson Planning: Closure? How? Why?
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Figurative Language, Part 2

Unit 4: Analyzing Literature in Socratic Circles with Chaim Potuk’s “Zebra”
Lesson 6 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of figurative language by writing Cornell notes and choosing from a set of examples.

Big Idea: Briefly reviewing the common types of figurative language early in the year allows you to constantly review figurative language in throughout the year.

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