Reflection: Lesson Planning Figurative Language: The proof is in the pudding - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


This Guide is a great tool for students to show their understanding of figurative vs. literal language. It doesn’t necessarily need to be completed with a book, but examples from a book can be helpful if students have trouble coming up with their own. This unit is an introduction to the broad concept of Figurative Language. In upcoming units, we will go into detail into different types, such as onomatopoeia, similes, etc.  

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Figurative Language: The proof is in the pudding

Unit 23: Figurative Language Unit
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of Figurative Language with an Assessment Guide that will be turned in for a grade.

Big Idea: Assessing the concept of Figurative Language

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