- Section 1: What is an Analogy?
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Easy as Pie: Learning About Analogies

Unit 9: Vocabulary Skills
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT read and write analogies to understand the connections between words.

Big Idea: Analogies are tricky because students have not practiced looking for similar relationships between words. This lesson explores analogies and gives students the opportunity to practice creating them.

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