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2nd Grade- Figurative Language Review
Transcript of 2nd Grade- Figurative Language Review
the same letter is used for
each word within the sentence. 1. Adam ate apples all afternoon.
. 2. Gloria giggled while Greg gave Gatorade. 3. Jill jumped just before Jack. Learning Goal: Students will be able
to describe the different types of figurative
language. You try! Think of an
alliteration using the letter "r"- Share with a partner. Words that are
not true to their
meaning, a type of expression Let's Practice It's raining cats and dogs. It's a piece of cake! You're acting like you have
ants in your pants. Simile A sentence that compares two things using like or as. Let's Try! He was as quick as
a cheetah. She was as sly
as a fox. Onomatopoeia Words that describe
sounds Moo! Crunch! Pop! Synonyms Words that have similar meanings Happy
Kind Antonyms Words that have opposite meanings Hot
Small Figurative Language- Center Rotations idioms similes onomatopoeias alliterations synonyms