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Simile By Norma Withem
The Definition Simile is comparing two or more very different nouns An example : The thunder was so loud it sounded like their was a bowling alley in the sky.
The end is like space As space is like The end
What can we see in the sky?. IN THE SKY WE CAN SEE MUCH MORE!
Smiley-Face Tricks for Writing By Mary Ellen Ledbetter
Read the numbers out loud and draw a line to join them
It’s falling from the clouds A strange and lovely sound I hear it in the thunder and rain It’s ringing in the skies Like cannons in the night The music.
The Most Powerful Storm on Earth Linda Cernak Purpose What have you learned about tornadoes? What should you do if you hear a tornado warning? In what.
LITERACY QUIZ VMG. 1 ) WHICH ONE OF THESE IS THE CORRECT SPELLING? THE WORD YOU’RE LOOKING FOR IS PRONOUNCED LIKE THIS: I.N.T.R.E.E.G.D. A. Intreaged?
What Is Imagery in Poetry?. Imagery Is the attempt to paint an idea with words.
Adjectives Lo. To use the term adjective appropriately and understand how they can be converted into different word classes.
“A Sound of Thunder” Pages
Simile Simile-using like or as to compare 2 things. Example- George is as rich as a king.
Nouns Objectives: To identify types of nouns To use nouns correctly in a sentence.
Swimming pool With an indoor pool and an olympic pool, the swimming pool of the Espace of Liberty is the biggest swimming pool in Narbonne. The olympic.
WHAT IS THE WEATHER LIKE? BVM©2010. It is raining. It is rainy. It is raining cats and dogs Verb: Noun: Adjective: adjective nounverb.
The sky shall unfold, preparing His entrance; The stars shall applaud Him with thunders of praise. The sweet light in His eyes shall enhance those a waiting;
Thunder Cake Written & Illustrated by Patricia Polacco.
DELIVERY HOW YOU SOUND – PRONUNCIATION & INTONATION HOW YOU LOOK – GESTURES, POSTURES & EYE-CONTACT.
Solving One- step Equations Sections Solving for the variable GOAL: To get the variable by itself Steps: “ Undo” by performing the opposite.
Anton/Busby Contemporary Linear AlgebraSection 1.1, Pg. 3.
One Dark Night Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading.
Nouns A noun is any person, place, thing, or idea. – Person: Ed, Mom, Mrs. Johnson – Place: Bowling alley, Park, Shoe store – Thing: Cat, Pencil, Toy.
Poetry Elements Ms. Smith’s ELA. Rhyme The repetition of sounds at the ends of words Example… “You hear my voice, you hear that sound Like thunder gonna.
Relative Velocity 1. Previously we stated that all motion is relative 2.
Figurative Language. Authors use figurative language to enrich their poetry. They use it to compare unlike things in an interesting and surprising way.
Dinosaur Ghosts Writing & Grammar Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Being Verbs and Linking Verbs.
“We Shall Behold Him” Sung by Sandi Patti. The sky shall unfold…
Emily N. Siena A.. The problem is that, we would like to know how tornadoes form and why they form. Also we would like to know what we can do to protect.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 Write in your agenda: Linking Verbs Review Figurative Language Library/STAR Test/AR Homework: Read for AR, Study for Figurative.
Figurate Language Marquesha Fultcher Simile A figure of speech which involves a direct comparison between to unlike things with the word like or as.
Thunderstorms. What is a thunderstorm? A thunderstorm is a storm with lightning and thunder. Lightning is a bright flash of electricity made by a thunderstorm.
Learn about ‘Similes’ As easy as pie!. Asimile is an expression which describes a person/thing as being similar to someone/something else. It is usually.
Sarah Grissom and Kelli Mitter September 19,2011.
Figurative Language Pop Song Roar song by: Katy Perry presentation by: Taryn Massey.
Journal 44 – Using Description and Sound Devices in Children Storybooks.
Thunder and Lightning By. Brady and Zari. Thunder and Lightning Behold the lightning be wear the thunder We picked this picture because it shows Lighting.
Part 1. SIMILE Simile (noun) A comparison of two unlike things that uses “like” or “as” You are as brave as a lion. Santa’s belly was like a bowl full.
ICP 4/15/13 Wrapping up sound. Warmup Label each component of this transverse wave.
Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Joanne Whitley Chinatown High Frequency Words Created by: Amie Sanders, DWL.
Writing to describe Date:
Poetry Are all poems the same? What makes poems different? What makes a poem a poem and not a story, report or list? What are the features of a poem?
Common and Proper Nouns Objectives Content Students will be able to identify common and proper nouns. Language Students will be able to use common nouns.
Christian Church All Bow Down You’re arriving with the sound of thunder and rain You’re arriving in the calm of the wind and the waves You’re arriving.
Fill in your notes with the words that are underlined.
ELACC6RL4. Language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation. Similes, metaphors, personification,
Hallelujah, We Will Sing Tommy Walker. On that white horse He’ll ride With blazing eyes of fire He’ll judge and make things right Turn all the dark to.
By Sophi B. Moore * A giant spark of electricity is lightning * Thunder makes a loud booming noise after lightning strikes. * They are both a part of.
Bowling Fitness. Directions Count the number of pins that are still standing after your turn (roll twice per turn – unless you get a strike). Multiply.
Sense Verbs * We use sense verbs + like + noun in descriptions. * We use: Feel / look / Smell / Sound / taste + noun to say how something appears to us.
FOOD- COUNT AND NONCOUNT. FOOD
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