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10 4/20

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10 4/20
Figurative Language
Language that is not meant to be taken literally
Some examples of literary devices that are figurative:
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Figurative Language
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
Conclusion
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
Figurative Language
"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."
Do Now
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?
Do Now
Create your own example of figurative language
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focus question
How does Shakespeare use figurative language to develop characterization of Lady Macbeth?
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