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Similes & Metaphors

A Fourth Grade Lesson
by

Jessamine McKeever

on 11 March 2013

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Transcript of Similes & Metaphors

a tool that an author uses to help the reader visualize what is happening in a story or poem. Figurative Language Some common types of figurative language are: -simile
-metaphor
-alliteration
-onomatopoeia
-idiom
-puns
-and sensory language. What is a simile? a comparison using like or as SHE WAS AS SWEET
AS HONEY Her voice was music to my ears. HE'S SLY AS A FOX. SHE HAS A HEART OF GOLD. HE SLEPT LIKE A A BABY. What is a metaphor? a comparison that does NOT use like or as, but
simply states that one thing IS something else YOU ARE THE APPLE OF MY EYE. Why use metaphors?
Metaphors are used to encourage the reader to
draw a comparison between two seemingly unrelated things,
and find similarities between them. Why use similes? Authors use similes to help describe people, objects or places. Now you try! Think of your favorite thing about nature
(i.e. the seasons, lakes, beaches, mountains, rivers, trees, flowers, etc.)

IN YOUR WRITER'S NOTEBOOK:

Brainstorm a list of words associated with it
Write your own simile(s) or metaphor(s) to describe it
Think of the 5 senses while you're writing
(sight, touch/feel, hear, taste, smell)
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