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11 11/10

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erika steinger

on 10 November 2015

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11 11/10
Figurative Language
stop and jot
Figurative Language
language that goes beyond the literal meaning
metaphor
simile
symbolism
hyperbole
personification
Conclusion
Do Now
Go to the back of the room and get your independent reading book
Take out your reading log
Begin reading silently and independently
Tuesday, November 10th
"The Crucible" Act II
Mark the text (figurative language) with post-its
Focus Question:
What is the purpose of figurative language in this scene?
How does it convey the characters' values?
Do Now
Copy down the Lesson EQ
Respond to the following question in your notes:
Was Elizabeth justified in asking Proctor to snitch on Abigail? Explain
What is figurative language? Give an example
type of FL example value explanation
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