Reflection: Student Ownership Onomatopoeia - Section 4: Sharing Out


     Students had the most fun with illustrating the imagery for onomatopoeia, as evident in the onomatopoeia sample.  Several students brought up the shows and cartoons that show sound effects, such as those depicting super heroes.  Batman comes to mind for one student because it is his favorite character.  As a result, students were able to illustrate and elaborate why it is an effective literary device on their presentations. One students exclaimed that onomatopoeia adds excitement and keeps you alert when reading so that you don't get bored.

  Student Ownership: Sound Effects
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Unit 15: Figurative Language
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT recognize and interpret figurative language in context.

Big Idea: How does learning about onomatopoeia help us find meaning in the texts we read?

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