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Simile and Metaphor, 10/24/2012

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Hazel Sparrow

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Simile and Metaphor, 10/24/2012

to use the figurative language of simile and metaphor Write three similes about your partner Independent Work A metaphor is a direct comparison between two unlike things using the word "is". One things becomes another thing.

Example: Myles is an ox. Metaphor A simile compares two unlike things using the words “like” or “as”
to suggest they are alike.

Example: Myles is as strong as an ox. Let’s try another one Look at this photo

1. Write a simile to describe this man.
2. What two things are being compared?
3. What is their relationships? Let’s practice using pictures Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else,
you are using figurative language. Mini-Lesson:  
Figurative Language:
Simile & Metaphor WOD
Wed. Oct. 24, 2012 © 2012 hssparrow Shared reading:
“The Jacket”
pg. 55 Read Aloud
Wed. Oct. 24, 2012 Let’s try another one vicious (vi·cious)
unpleasantly severe
deliberately cruel or violent October 24, 2012
Learning Objective
Share your similes with your partner Turn & Talk Reading Table of Contents:
38. Simile & Metaphor
39. The Jacket Mon. Oct. 23, 2012
Warm-Up
Five-minute writing What makes this photo interesting? What question do you have after hearing the response? Share & Response Essential Question:
How do we use words to compare two unlike things? Oct. 24, 2012

Read Aloud:
"The Jacket"


Agenda Book:
Complete "Similes and Metaphor" WOD
Wed. Oct. 24, 2012 camouflage (cam·ou·flage)
clothing made of fabric with a mottled design, usually in shades of green and brown, as that used in military camouflage

Simile (met·a·phor) (sim·i·le) synonyms: intense, painful

antonyms: good, right Look at this photo

1. Write a simile to describe this man.
2. What two things are being compared?
3. What is their relationships? Look at this photo

1. Write a simile to describe this man.
2. What two things are being compared?
3. What is their relationships? the means by which animals escape the notice of predators by blending into their surroundings
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