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English KS2 - What is MAPOS?
Transcript of English KS2 - What is MAPOS?
along the open road." fluffy balls of cotton." Task 1: Use the images to help you come up with some metaphors of your own. For example: The man was a bulldog with sagging cheeks and droopy eyebags. Your turn. What am I looking for? Over to you: Task 2: Use the images to help you come up with some alliteration of your own. Snow Soft Silky Slowly The soft silky snow falls slowly to the floor. Write in complete sentences describing an object or a feeling as being, literally, something else. The comparison must help describe what the other is like. Metaphor Personification Alliteration Onomatopoeia Simile We often use metaphors
as a form of exaggeration. References: http://www.keystage2literacy.co.uk/what-is-mapos.html Personification involves giving an object or feelings real-life or human-like qualities. Personification In doing this, you need to think about how the object acts, moves, or is shaped like a human. The wind whistled through the branches. The car engine coughed and spluttered as it tried to get going in the cold winter's morning. Imagine a mobile phone
was a person. What type of personality
does it have? What does it most enjoy
doing? The turkey was
begging to be eaten.