Lessons for Metaphors

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  • Figuratively Speaking: Exploring How Metaphors Make Meaning - … and function of metaphors in our everyday language by investigating common metaphors in poetry and song, analyzing the use of metaphors in a … these sentences are metaphors. Take the time to review or introduce the definition of metaphor and various types of metaphors, and to distinguish … ? What other metaphors can you recall from popular love songs? What do these metaphors reveal about love? What kinds of metaphors do we …
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  • Mighty Metaphors - … Mighty Metaphors Arctic Theme Unit: Metaphors Web supplement for Mighty Metaphors Writing Metaphors (activities) Web supplement for Mighty Metaphors RHL School: Metaphor (activity) Attached Files Mighty Metaphors Teacher Introduction Lesson, Mighty Metaphors
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  • Owl Moon: Similies and Metaphors - … non-literal meanings of simple similes and metaphors in context. Students will use similes and metaphors in a student created narrative. Students … simile or metaphor from the reading (or any other appropriate simile or metaphor). See text resource: Lists of Similes and Metaphors Students will … a higher Lexile book containing similes and metaphors. They could identify the similes and metaphors and explain the literal and nonliteral meanings …
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  • Do You Ever Feel Like a Plastic Bag? Teaching Simile and Metaphor through Song - … you believe that there is a mistake. ATTACHMENTS simile metaphor tchart.docx Metaphor and Simile Scale.doc LESSON CONTENT Lesson Plan Template … the differences between similes and metaphors. Interpret the meaning of similes and metaphors in context. Use similes and metaphors in their own writings … or iPads to find similes and metaphors in other songs, identify the similes and/or metaphors, and interpret their meaning. Suggested Technology …
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  • "Black Boy" - … metaphor throughout the novel. Explain this metaphor, citing examples from the text where Wright uses figurative language to describe these literal and metaphoricalmetaphor throughout the novel. Explain this metaphor, citing examples from the text where Wright uses figurative language to describe these literal and metaphoricalmetaphor throughout the novel. Explain this metaphor, citing examples from the text where Wright uses figurative language to describe these literal and metaphorical
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  • Autobiography, Extended Metaphor/Simile - … model, understand, and demonstrate the use of metaphor/simile as a writing tool • To extend metaphors/similes FOCUS AND MOTIVATE STUDENTS – WARM … read out their metaphors, making sure that they have chosen metaphors and reminding them gently of the differences between a metaphor and a … ? Have them read what would be left without the metaphors and similes. 7. Metaphor/Simile Grab Bag – Give each student a half …
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  • Figurative Language - Similies and Metaphors - … /Headphones Instructional Time: 2 Hour(s) Keywords: figurative language, similies, metaphors, songs Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Assessment , Video … ? (metaphor and simile) What is the definition of a metaphor? How can metaphors be used in writing? (ask students to provide examples of metaphors … identify grade appropriate types of figurative language, including simile and metaphor, and practice interpreting their meaning within the context of the …
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  • Introduction to Metaphors - … metaphor. Explain your metaphor in writing. * Create a different metaphor for the main character's current situation and life. Extend your metaphor. Explain your metaphor in writing. * Create a metaphor for your own life. Extend your metaphor. Explain your metaphor in writing. 2. Have students illustrate their metaphor(s). Present metaphors and illustrations …
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  • Metaphor and Simile - … Words The Power of Language 1:3:37:Metaphor and Simile 2. Practice Metaphor and Simile – Yesterday the students saw how rhythm … metaphor and simile, experimenting with intensifying an image by drawing comparisons. 3. When is a metaphor not a metaphor? – Distribute the handout Humorous Metaphors and Similes. Tell the students to work in groups. They should select four of the metaphors
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  • SweeneyUnit - … and understanding of the word metaphor. The learner will show knowledge and understanding of the use metaphor in language and literature. The … up a metaphor. The learner will define the term metaphor verbally and in writing. The learner will provide examples of metaphor in writing … two parts, which make up a metaphor. Take a position on the following statement: A metaphor is generally a more emphatic or …
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