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Cherished Objects: Developing Figurative Language Inductively

Unit 3: In My Mind's Eye: Writing Powerful Narration
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify and explain how a cherished object can be used in a character sketch by selecting words with strongly connotative effects.

Big Idea: A rose can be a cherished object, a literary symbol, or both: story writing gets personal as students learn about figurative language by using it themselves.

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English / Language Arts, symbolism (Literary Terms), literary, Writing, figurative language (Poetry), fictional narratives, Writing Process, figurative language, narrative, figurative meaning, symboli, cherished object, rose
  35 minutes
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