Reflection: Lesson Planning Figurative Language: Poor, confused Amelia - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Many books can work well to teach Figurative Language, especially from author’s like Roald Dahl or Louis Sachar that understand the value it can bring to a book, but the following link from provides a comprehensive list of books that have great examples of Figurative Language: . It is important to choose books that are narrative and informational for this concept to show that it can and should be done with both genres. This is a great resource for continuing work with this strategy.


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Figurative Language: Poor, confused Amelia

Unit 23: Figurative Language Unit
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT identify Figurative Language in familiar text.

Big Idea: Scaffolding the concept of Figurative Language

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