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Figurative Language Similes and Metaphors
Figurative Language A writers toolIt helps the reader to visualize (see) what the writer is thinking It puts a picture in the readers mind
Simile A simile is used to compare two thingsIt uses the words “like” or “as” to make comparisons.
Simile Krissy is as pretty as a picture. Her hair shines like the sun.Her eyes sparkle like the stars in the sky.
Metaphor A metaphor is used to compare two thingsInstead of saying something is “like” or “as” --- a metaphor states that it just IS.
Metaphor John’s mind is a computer. My mom is a workhorse.Bob is a snake in the grass.
Simile Marty’s feet smell like rotten fish.
Metaphor Ginger is an angel.
Image, Simile and Metaphor in Fahrenheit 451
Figurative Language Imagery. Figurative Language Writing that is not meant to be taken literally Used to state ideas in vivid and imaginative ways.
Figurative Language Simile, metaphor, and personification.
Style To determine a writer’s style, look at the way he or she uses language. realistic dialogue lighthearted tone short, conversational sentences comical.
Figurative Language The opposite of literal language is figurative language. Figurative language is language that means more than what it says on the.
Sensational Similes. Similes Similes comparisons between two things to create images in the reader’s mind. Similes compare two things with the use of.
Similes, Metaphors, Personification, Hyperbole, and Idiom
Objectives 1.Students will identify and analyze similes. 2.Students will identify similes and their characteristics. 3.Students will apply similes to aspects.
Figurative Language Similes & Metaphors Developed by Amy Thornton 4 th Grade Dyer Elementary School.
Figurative language is a tool that an author uses to help the reader visualize (or see) what is happening in a story or poem. simile, metaphor Some common.
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 R 1.2 Identify and interpret figurative language.
Identifying Similes and Metaphors. Similes and Metaphors Figurative language helps the reader to visualize what is happening – Similes and metaphors are.
Similes, Metaphors, and Personification
AIM: Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings of words.
Simile and Metaphor Similes and Metaphors are types of figurative language.
Similes & Metaphors Compare two things. Simile -Compares two things - Uses ‘like’ or ‘as’ _______________ is as ______________ as a _____________ _______________.
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.
Introducing Figurative Language Today’s Agenda: 1.Figurative Language Review –mini-lesson w/guided notes 2.Figurative Language: Task Cards, Anchor Charts.
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