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  1.   Similes, Metaphors, and Descriptive Language Found in the Slave Dancer
Similes, Metaphors, and descriptive language found in The Slave Dancer. (figurative and descriptive language) Goals: Learn about figurative and descriptive language through quotes found in The Slave Dancer. Analyze professional writing and recognize how vivid descriptions change the story. Realize the importance of vivid image...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   Figurative Language: Metaphor
Figurative language: Metaphor This lesson is a part of a unit on poetry and figurative language. It is designed to teach students the characteristics of metaphor within the context of poetry. A lesson plan for grade 6 English Language Arts By Nancy Meyers Learn more Related pages Singing the "Song of Life": This lesson requires students t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   A Matter of Identity: Writing an Extended Metaphor Poem
A matter of identity: Writing an extended metaphor poem Students apply their knowledge of literary devices by reading and analyzing the poem "Identity" by Julio Noboa Polanco. Students then create their own poem incorporating the literary devices studied and analyzed in the above mentioned poem. This lesson includes modifications for a Novice Low Limited Engl...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Image as Metaphor
...arch Institute Conservation Institute Foundation Getty Trust This Web site uses JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript or use a JavaScript-enabled browser. Museum Home Education Search Lesson Plans All Curricula About Life: The Photographs of Planning a Dorothea Lange Curriculum Lesson Plans Image as Metaphor School Visit Image as Metaphor Teacher Grades/Level: Middle School (6?8), High School (9?12) Programs & Subjects: English?Language Arts Resources Time Required: 3?5?Part Lesson 2-3 class periods Search Lesson Author: Steven Gee, English Teacher, Fairfax Senior High School Magnet Plans Center for the Visual Ar...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Metaphor Medley
LESSON PLAN TITLE Metaphor Medley LESSON PLAN NUMBER LP100078 LOCATION NAME Eagle Ridge Elementary DEVELOPERS Lindsey Rardin SUBJECT AREA Language Arts GRADE LEVEL 3-5 TARGET AUDIENCE General LENGTH OF LESSON 8 one hour-long sessions LESSON OBJECTIVES Students will explore figurative language of metaphors and similes by turning a serie...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Wetland Metaphors
WETLAND METAPHORS (a preparation activity) Source: Project WILD: Activity Guide, The Council for Environmental Education, 1999. Basic Description: Students are presented with a selection of hands on objects for investigation as metaphors for natural functions of wetlands. Materials: o 'Mystery Metaphor Container,' large pi...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Mighty Metaphors
Mighty Metaphors Description This activity addresses one part of this standard on which the students learn that metaphors are figures of speech that compare two things without using the words "like" and "as." They then complete a worksheet on which they write metaphors. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.D.2.2.2.4...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Review Poetry and the Simile and the Metaphor
Review Poetry and the Simile and the Metaphor Goal: Review poetry appreciation, understanding, and some basic figurative language. Procedure: In this activity children will compile a list of the things they look for in a friend and use that information to create a simple poem. Using a familiar topic may make poetry a little less daunting for some childre...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  9.   Simile-Metaphor
Anna Morrison English II/III 6/21/07 Holly Springs Summer School Approximate Time: 50 min Objectives: The student will recognize and identify the figurative elements of metaphor and simile. (Misssissippi Language Arts 2.e) The students will analyze authors' purposes for using metaphor and simile. (Mississippi Language Arts, 1.c). Bellringer: i reviewed the book i received a good grade on the report said Sonia although we had 25 inches of snow last winter the bushes appear to be okay...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Metaphor and Simile
Gabrielle PoppAuthor: Gabrielle Popp 2/12/2007 4:09:00 PM EST VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): Elementary, Language Arts (English), Technology Topic or Unit of Study: This lesson will teach the difference between a metaphor and a similie. Grade/Level: 2 Objective: 1. Students will use hotlists to research the definition of similes and metaphors. 2. Students will use hotlists for examples of similes and metaphors. 3. Students will research 4 books of their choice and find examples of similies and metaphors used in each of the boo...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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