Reflection: Student Grouping Hyperboles make it SOOO much better! - Section 3: Guided/Independent


What a success! I am very happy to report that the students found a lot of success with this lesson and activity.  Not only were they able to identify the forms of figurative language, but they were able to really analyze an author's use of a hyperbole in text.  They even connected the usage of hyperbole's to an author's purpose of entertaining! The growth and connection I saw in today's learning was awesome! I am loving what my students are creating!

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  Student Grouping: Independent Reflection
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Hyperboles make it SOOO much better!

Unit 3: Unit 2: Part I- Elements of Fiction
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate understanding of author's use of hyperbole in text.

Big Idea: Students stretch the truth to write hyperboles.

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