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How to Teach Figurative Language: Similes and Metaphors for Grades 3–6 - The Joy of Teaching

Teaching similes and metaphors is the first step in moving your students beyond literal meaning and teaching them to mature as writers. Students need to see and hear figurative language many times before they will use it in their own... #ELAlessons #fifthgradesimiles #howtoteachfigurativelanguage

Anti-smoking advertisements are perhaps some of the most disturbing, and rightfully so. I truly appreciate the creativity of this one, so simple and yet SO powerful.

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Metaphors are probably to most challenging for students to understand. Learning figurative language can be especially challenging for striving readers. It’s abstract, and for many children, they haven’t met the abstract thinking stage. For concrete thinkers, breaking figurative language down and explaining the meaning helps. In this post, I want to share one of my …

Similes, metaphors and personifications worksheet Throughout Simile Metaphor Personification Worksheet

Authors use allegorical accent to advance layers of acceptation in a text. This two-page worksheet for sixth graders appearance seven excerpts from arcane texts, all of which affection altered types of allegorical language. Learners will analyze the blazon of allegorical accent active by the biographer and explain how it is acclimated to advance acceptation in

Similes and Metaphors in Disney Songs

Can you spot all the similes and metaphors in this Disney super edit? Teachers, get the 'Simile & Metaphor Work-pack': https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Pr...

Mystics and/or Atheists

Dale Tuggy has been interacting with a recent post of mine here on my blog, and now in a post over on the blog Trinities. He considers the viewpoint of