Writing About the Author's Craft - Day Two Owl Moon.mp4 - Section 3: Figurative Language - The Footprints and Shadow - Guided Practice

 
  Writing About the Author's Craft - Day Two Owl Moon.mp4
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Analyzing Figurative Language in the Story

Unit 21: A First Grade Reading Comprehension Unit on "Owl Moon"
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT retell the story, describing the characters, setting, and major events, using key details.

Big Idea: Today we are going to be analyzing the figurative language in the story–determining what literary devices the author used to help the reader visualize.

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English / Language Arts, cause / effect context clue, Reading Comprehension, figurative language, relationship, storytelling
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