Reflection: Real World Applications What are Idioms and Personification? - Section 2: Exploration


Giving students an opportunity to see the use of idioms and personification in literature will help them understand how writers actually use them. I think this is important if students are going to have to eventually understand how to interpret them as well as use them as they write.

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What are Idioms and Personification?

Unit 12: Literal and Non-Literal Meanings
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT explain idioms and personification and how writers use them.

Big Idea: How can figurative language help make reading and writing more interesting?

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