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Major Art Modality Utilized: Visual Art, Artistic Language Multiple Intelligences Addressed: Visual/Spatial, Verbal/Linguistic Lesson Abstract: Students.

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1 Major Art Modality Utilized: Visual Art, Artistic Language Multiple Intelligences Addressed: Visual/Spatial, Verbal/Linguistic Lesson Abstract: Students will review different kinds of figurative language. They will create a 6-Page Book and write examples of figurative language along with illustrations of each. Students will include a table of contents. Materials Needed: One example for display of each of the following kinds of Figurative Language; simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, and idiomatic expressions. 12 x 18 construction paper in assorted colors, 12x 18 white drawing paper, scissors pencils, markers, or colored pencils. Procedures: The teacher will review figurative language such as; simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, idiomatic expressions. BrainPop link is available below. Students will be asked to generate their own examples and explain how they could illustrate them. Students will choose their colors and make the cover for their books. Students will fold and insert their inner pages to their books. Students will use a pencil to sketch their title page, their table of contents, and their examples of each of the 4 kinds of figurative language. They will use colored pencils to fill in their drawings and markers to outline and emphasize their words and drawings. Students will share their books by displaying and reading their books to a large or small group of classmates. Standards Addressed in this Lesson: ELA3R2 The student acquires and uses grade- level words to communicate effectively. The student d. Identifies the meaning of common idioms and figurative phrases and incorporates them into oral and written language. VA3PR.3 Creates artworks based on personal experience and selected themes. a. Creates artworks to express individual Standards Addressed in this Lesson: ELA3R2 The student acquires and uses grade- level words to communicate effectively. The student d. Identifies the meaning of common idioms and figurative phrases and incorporates them into oral and written language. VA3PR.3 Creates artworks based on personal experience and selected themes. a. Creates artworks to express individual SUBJECT AREA/ SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL: Figurative Language Books Language Arts and Visual Art and Artistic language-3 rd Grade SUBJECT AREA/ SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL: Figurative Language Books Language Arts and Visual Art and Artistic language-3 rd Grade Page 1 of 11

2 Standards Addressed in this Lesson: (continued) VA3PR.2 Understands and applies media, techniques, and processes of two-dimensional art processes (drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed-media) using tools and materials in a safe and appropriate manner to develop skills. a. Creates drawings with a variety of media (e.g. pencils, crayons, pastel). VA3AR.2 Uses a variety of approaches to understand and critique works of art. The student-- b. Describes his/her artwork revealing subject, story, and intention. Standards Addressed in this Lesson: (continued) VA3PR.2 Understands and applies media, techniques, and processes of two-dimensional art processes (drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed-media) using tools and materials in a safe and appropriate manner to develop skills. a. Creates drawings with a variety of media (e.g. pencils, crayons, pastel). VA3AR.2 Uses a variety of approaches to understand and critique works of art. The student-- b. Describes his/her artwork revealing subject, story, and intention. SUBJECT AREA/ SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL: Figurative Language Books Language Arts and Visual Art and Artistic language-3rd Grade SUBJECT AREA/ SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL: Figurative Language Books Language Arts and Visual Art and Artistic language-3rd Grade Assessment: Students will create a book with an example of at least 3 kinds of figurative language. Students will illustrate the figurative language. The students should use good craftsmanship. Resources/ Links: Figurative Language Books-Power Point (see below) 6-Page Book directions (see below) Figures of Speech handout or for display (see below) BrainPOP-Idioms & Clichés- BrainPop-Similes & Metaphors- Page 2 of 11

3 Page 3 of 11 Figures of Speech Simile- a figure of speech which compares two things usually using the words like or as.My mouth felt like a dirty bird cage. Metaphor-a figure of speech in which two different things have something in common. Her fingers were frozen icebergs. Personification-a figure of speech in which an inanimate object is given the characteristics of a living thing. The camera loves her. Hyperbole-is a figure of speech in which exaggeration is used. I have a ton of laundry to wash! Idiomatic expression-Its raining cats and dogs!

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11 The key to identifying the kind of figurative language is found on the last page. Page 11 of 11


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