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Using Similes and Metaphors A simile compares two things as being similar or like each other Similes use the words, “like” or “as” when comparing two things.
Similes The kitten’s fur is as soft as silk. Kitten fur + silk Effective? Both are soft. The ghost’s eyes shone like a torch. ghost’s eyes + torch Effective? Both are bright
More similes … The wind howled like …. The leaves danced like …. The moon shone like …..
More Similes The damp rooms smelt like … I crept as ……….. as a …………..
Metaphors A metaphor is when one thing BECOMES something else… The moon is a torch in the sky The girls is an angel.
More Metaphors He is a giant of a man. The ball-headed boy could not find a hat to fit him!
Figurative Language Imagery. Figurative Language Writing that is not meant to be taken literally Used to state ideas in vivid and imaginative ways.
It’s wise to learn “owl” of these strategies.. ACTION WORDS: The owl came down from out of the sky and flew away.
Figures of Speech Simile, metaphor, personfiication, Hyperbole, and irony.
figurative language with Harry Potter
What is he doing?.
BY DIEGO, ARDEN, AND JOHNNY. SELECTION SIMILEMETAPHORPERSONIFICATIONHYPERBOLE
Figurative language with Harry Potter. Daniel Radcliffe has brown hair, green eyes, and a nice smile. OR Daniel has thick, shaggy, brown hair. His eyes.
Making what we read and write “sing”. Imagery Using the five senses to describe (descriptive language, lots of adjectives)
Literary Devices Notes. Literary Devices Simile Comparison between two unlike things that uses the words like or as. When writers say that one thing.
Similes and Metaphors Literary Elements. Simile A comparison using like or as (describing) His feet were as big as boats. Compared? Meaning?
Implied Metaphor “Fog” “Fire and Ice”. Implied Metaphor ▫A metaphor that does not make a direct comparison by telling us that one thing is something else.
Figurative Language. Figurative language is one element of a writers style. simile metaphor personification It is a tool writers use to make their writing.
Creating a Children’s Storybook
Rule the World You light the skies up above me; A star so bright you blind me. Don’t close your eyes don’t fade away, don’t fade away oh! Yeah you and.
Can you figure out the spelling word that can be related to the following descriptions? She was as warm as hot cocoa when she accepted us. It rolls like.
Figurative Language Click to continue. Instructions To advance to the next slide, click only on areas like or On multiple choice questions, click on the.
1 Language Types We ’ re going to look at two types of language: figurative language and literal language Objective: Use figurative language in writing.
Figurative Language. A simile is a comparison using like or as. It usually compares two dissimilar objects. For example: His feet were as big as.
A comparison using like or as His feet were as big as boats.
How to make descriptions more vivid and colourful.
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