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10 1/7

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on 7 January 2016

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10 1/7
Simile
Comparing two things using like or as
A type of figurative language
Not meant to be taken literally
Bodega Dreams
Turn to page 97
Focus Question:
How does the author use simile to characterize Nazario?
What does this characterization of Nazario mean for Chino?
Conclusion
Do Now
Copy down the Lesson EQ
Take out your homework (paragraph)
Respond to the following question in your notes:
How would you characterize a lawyer?
Why must lawyers act a certain way?
Thursday, January 7th
Figurative Language
stop and jot
What do the following statements have in common?
Bodega is as sly as a snake.
Blanca is as innocent as a nun.
Sapo's tongue moves like a toad's.
The Young Lords were like angels in East Harlem.
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