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Transcript of 10 4/20
Language that is not meant to be taken literally
Some examples of literary devices that are figurative:
I've told you a million times to stop talking!
The morning sun winked at me.
She was as beautiful as a mermaid.
Food is the key to my heart.
Create Your Own!
Act I, Scenes 4+5
Go to the back of the room and get your independent reading book
Take out your book log
Begin reading silently and independently
Wednesday, April 20th
"The world is yet a stage where every man must play a part."
"Stars, hide your fires! Let not light see my black and deep desires."
"For in a minute, there are many days"
"She looks as clear as morning roses newly wash'd with dew."
Copy down the Lesson EQ
Respond to the following question in your notes:
Imagine that someone you are close to admitted that they were considering committing a very serious crime. How would you respond?
Create your own example of figurative language
How does Shakespeare use figurative language to develop characterization of Lady Macbeth?