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1 From Definitions and Examples Figurative LanguageFrom Definitions and Examples
2 Figurative LanguageDescribing something by comparing it to something else.Goes beyond literal meaning for new ideas or insights on subjectThere are many ways to do this.You see it and hear it everyday!
3 Simile Direct comparison between two unlike things, using like and as Example: She is as busy as a bee.Where you’ve heard it:“I keep on crying but it doesn't seem to help at all. With every single tear drop it's like another rain drop fall. No matter what I do I can't stop the rain.”Ne-Yo Can’t Stop the Rain
4 MetaphorImplied comparison between two unlike things – sometimes using a form of a BEING VERBNOT using like, asBeing verbs: am, is, are, was, were, be, being, beenWhere you’ve heard it:“The truth is hiding in your eyes and it’s hanging on your tongue, Just boiling in my blood, but you think I can’t see” Paramore – Decode“Look at him, look at me, that boy is bad, and honestly, he is a wolf in disguise, but I can’t stop looking in those evil eyes” Lady Gaga - Monster
5 AlliterationRepeated consonant sounds occurring at the beginning of words or within wordsAlliteration always has alike amounts of sound.Where you’ve heard it:“I keep your Love Locked down, your love locked down, you loose”Love Locked Down - Kanye West2. “We keep quite cause we’re dead if they knew”Love Story – Taylor Swift
6 Personification Where you’ve heard it: Gives qualities of a person to an animal, an object, or an ideaAuthors use to communicate feeling or attitudeWhere you’ve heard it:“And the Shadow of the Day, will embrace the world in grey, and the sun will set for you”Shadow of the Day – Linkin Park“I look at the world, and I notice it’s turning, while my guitar gently weeps”While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Beatles
7 Onomatopoeia Words to mimic sounds Appeal to sense of hearing and bring description to lifeWhere you’ve heard it:“I'm so 3008 You so 2000 and late I got that boom, boom, boom That future boom, boom, boom Let me get it now”Boom Boom Pow – Black Eyed Peas2. “Tonight, Imma fight till we see the sun light, tick tock on the clock, but the party don’t stop, no”Tick Tock - Kesha
8 Hyperbole Where you’ve heard it: HYPER = extra or exaggerated energy Exaggerated statement used to heighten effectEmphasize a pointHYPER = extra or exaggerated energyWhere you’ve heard it:“But I would walk 500 miles, and I would walk 500 more, just to be the man who walked 1000 miles.”I’m Gonna Be – The ProclaimersChuck Norris does not do push-ups. He pushes the world down.His charm is so contagious, vaccines were created for it. – The Most Interesting Man in the World
9 I'm Already There by Lonestar Teardrops on My Guitar by Taylor Swift Love Song by Sara Bareilles Dynamite by Taio Cruz Breathe (2 AM) by Anna Nalick (this one uses similies as well) Like a G6 by Far East Movement Whip My Hair by Willow (Willow Smith)The Remedy, Jason Mraz Lost!, Coldplay(Acoustic piano) Lost?, Coldplay(Organ-like sound) Lollipop, Mika When Im Gone, Simple Plan(just a bit figurative) Chop Suey, System Of A DownWordplay by Jason Mraz:Get Whole Songs of:Rihanna – take a bowKanye West – Love Lock DownParamore – DecodeTaylor Swift – Love StoryLady Gaga – MonsterShadow of the day – Linkin ParkHip Hop is Dead – NasStop and Stare – One RepublicDatskat – The RootsOwl City Fireflies
10 Landscape chart (and modified one) Find lyricsOutline lesson plan
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