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Figurative vs. Literal LanguageL.8.5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings. Figurative vs. Literal Language What’s the difference?
Figurative Language Figurative language is when you say one thing, but mean something totally different.
Literal Language Literal language is when you say exactly what you mean.
Literal vs. Figurative Literal Figurative Explicit ImplicitFactual, straightforward Imaginative, conveys an idea
Practice! As you see each slide, determine what each phrase means both literally and figuratively.
It’s raining cats and dogsFor Example It’s raining cats and dogs Literal- it is pouring animals from the sky. Figurative- it is raining really hard!
Quit pulling my leg
Cat got your tongue?
She has a frog in her throat!
Idioms Idioms are phrases or expressions that people use in everyday language that do not make sense literally but we understand what they mean. In other.
Idioms Idioms are phrases which people use in everyday language which do not make sense literally but we understand what they mean.
Should You Believe Everything You Read or Hear?. It’s raining cats and dogs.
Idioms Idioms are phrases which do not make sense literally. Literature 8 -- Mrs. Munnier.
Understanding Idioms Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland Curriculum Grade
Aim: To understand that metaphors can convey religious meanings.
Figurative Language Adapted from TES resource Figurative Language The opposite of literal language is figurative language. Figurative language is language.
Have you ever heard these phrases? I am madder than a wet hen? He was hungry enough to eat a horse. She is as pretty as a picture. Mother was steaming.
Figurative language is writing that is not to be taken literally.
Ms. Pankey AJHS Idioms are words, phrases, or expressions whose meaning cannot be taken literally, but are used figuratively. WAIT – What is.
Why would someone say, “It’s raining cats and dogs.”
Literal vs. Figurative Language
Do Now On your Do Now sheet, answer the following questions. You may use your notes from last week. What are the four different types of symbols used.
What do you think it means… if I told you that learning about idioms is a piece of cake? But, how did you know what a piece of cake means? You’re right!
Idioms 1.3: Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Literature.
Figurative Language R 1.2 Identify and interpret figurative language.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE. The repetition of vowel sounds but not consonants. Examples: The cat sat on a mat. ASSONANCE.
Harcourt Journeys: Vocabulary Strategies Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott.
Vocabulary List 2.
Key Q: How can I explain and analyze the effects of sound, form, figurative language, and graphics in order to uncover meaning in literature? HW: Read.
Idioms Idioms are phrases which people use in everyday language which do not make sense literally but we still understand what they mean.
We ’ re going to look at two types of language: 1 Language Types figurative language and literal language.
How do you understand when a poet is using words that have double meaning?
Figurative Language Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole, Personification, Alliteration, & Onomatopoeia.
Focus Question: What is the difference between a metaphor and a simile?
Figurative Language (Idioms and Hyperbole)
Similes, Metaphors, Personification, Hyperbole, and Idiom
Idioms Standard: ELA3 R2d The student acquires and uses grade-level words to communicate effectively. The student identifies the meaning of common idioms.
Cat got your tongue?.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE. #1 SIMILE A simile is one kind of figurative language. It makes a comparison of two unlike things using the words “like” or “as”.
1.Hand out several IDIOM worksheet (slide 40). 2.Have students create Cornell notes as you introduce the meaning of Idioms, Literal, and Figurative meaning.
What is an idiom? Examples and uses Can you spot the idiom? Try it on your own! Don’t take it literally!
Objective Students will be able to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words and phrases and understand the difference between literal and nonliteral.
What is figurative language?
The First 100 Words Read the phrases.
Look at my cat! Tricks she can do. I love my cat, She loves me, too
English Idioms Quiz By Julien and Mohammed Read the questions and click on to answer. To.
Klevans2011 Idioms 3 rd - 5th. klevans2011 Idioms An idiom is a phrase that has a special meaning different from the actual meaning of the words.
What is Figurative Language? Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else, you are using figurative language. What is Figurative.
Go Figure! Figurative Language Recognizing Figurative Language The opposite of literal language is figurative language. Figurative language is language.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Similes, metaphors, and more.
Sight Word Phrases Group 1.
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