Magazines are a great classroom tool - Section 2: Student Work Time--Search and Find

 
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Language Review: Identifying figurative language and figures of speech in magazines

Unit 16: Creative Test Prep and Review
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate understanding of figurative language and figures of speech in text by searching in a magazine for examples of specific literary terms.

Big Idea: When students are given an opportunity to create something, do they retain information better?

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English / Language Arts, figurative language, creativity, Literary Terms, group work, review, text features
  50 minutes
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