Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Similes and Metaphors  Brain Pop Video Brain Pop Video.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Similes and Metaphors  Brain Pop Video Brain Pop Video."— Presentation transcript:

1 Similes and Metaphors  Brain Pop Video Brain Pop Video

2 Simile  A simile is a comparison between two things using “like” or “as.”

3 Examples Example #1: My brother is like a monkey in a tree. Example #2: Chris popped out of his seat like a toaster strudel. Example #3: The breeze is as gentle as a lamb.

4 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  My brother is like a monkey in a tree.  They are both…

5 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  Chris popped out of his seat like a toaster strudel.  They are both…

6 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  The breeze is as gentle as a lamb.  They are both…

7 The star was like a diamond in the sky. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a simile?

8 They like ice cream more than candy. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a simile?

9 Like a bird, he was free. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a simile?

10 Tina is as sly as a fox. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a simile?

11 As he turned the corner, he saw his kindergarten crush. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a simile?

12 Independent Practice  Circle the 2 objects being compared.  Then complete the simile in each sentence.

13 Metaphor  A metaphor is a comparison between two things that does not use “like” or “as.”

14 Examples  Example #1: Words are weapons.  Example #2: The stars were spotlights on the pool.  Example #3: My sister is a lion on the prowl.

15 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  Words are weapons.  They are both…

16 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  The stars were spotlights on the pool.  They are both…

17 What do they have in common?  Think about the deeper, figurative meaning.  My sister is a lion on the prowl.  They are both…

18 Her home was a prison. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a metaphor?

19 Jesse is a real pig when he eats. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a metaphor?

20 My father is like a rock. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a metaphor?

21 You are my sunshine. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a metaphor?

22 He is funny like my brother. Thumbs up or down: Is this sentence a metaphor?

23 Independent Practice  Circle the two objects being compared.  Then complete the metaphor in each sentence.

24 Think About It  How are similes and metaphors the same?  In what ways are similes different from metaphors? SimileMetaphor

25


Download ppt "Similes and Metaphors  Brain Pop Video Brain Pop Video."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google