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For your piece. NAME 1 Goal 1 Thing you like to do 1 Thing that defines you Where you were born Best experience in school. Comm Arts Day 2. Bell Ringer: Computers are needed today. Answer this question: What do you think of when I say figurative language? Two sentences. Three Minutes, GO!.

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  1. For your piece • NAME • 1 Goal • 1 Thing you like to do • 1 Thing that defines you • Where you were born • Best experience in school

  2. Comm Arts Day 2 Bell Ringer: Computers are needed today. Answer this question: What do you think of when I say figurative language? Two sentences. Three Minutes, GO!

  3. Learning Goal and Essential Question • Learning Goal: Students will know literary techniques. Identify and apply formal writing skills. • Essential Question: When should I use different literary techniques?

  4. Similes and Metaphors • Simile: A comparison of different things using like or as • Example: She is as hot as the sun. • Metaphor: A comparison of different things, saying something IS something. • Example: Your room is a dump. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQL-wEe03hc • Discuss in your groups what the similes and metaphors added to the movies and songs. (2 minutes)

  5. Finding Similes and Metaphors • Now we are going to practice finding similes and metaphors. In the poem we are about to read please write down in turn your response here on edmodo. • 1. The similes: • 2. The metaphors: • 3. As I read these examples of similes and metaphors I visualize… • You will have three minutes following our reading of the poem to complete individually. DO NOT TURN IN YET!

  6. Finding Similes and Metaphors • A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns • O My Luve's like a red, red rose, • That's newly sprung in June; • O My Luve's like the melodie • That's sweetly played in tune.

  7. Similes and Metaphors • As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, • So deep in luve am I; • And I will luve thee still, my dear, • Till a' the seas gang dry, my dear • While the sands o' life shall run. • And fare thee weel, my only luve, • And fare thee weel, awhile! • And I will come again, my luve • Tho' it ware ten thousand mile!

  8. What about hyperbole? • Hyperbole: An exaggeration • Example: I’m so hungry I could eat a horse! • Where is it in the poem we just read? Read over with your group and see if you can find the one example of hyperbole in this poem. (2 minutes) • On edmodo: 4. The hyperbole:

  9. Last one! • _____________________________ is giving an animal or inanimate object human or ___________ like qualities. We can remember this because the word ________________ is in it. Example: The jealous moon. The wind spoke to her. Dancing daffodils. • Discuss with your group and see if you can fill in the blanks. (1 minute)

  10. Personification • Personificationis giving an animal or inanimate object human or Person like qualities. We can remember this because the word Person is in it. Example: The jealous moon. The wind spoke to her. Dancing daffodils.

  11. Personification • The sky is low • THE sky is low, the clouds are mean, • A travelling flake of snow • Across a barn or through a rut • Debates if it will go. • A narrow wind complains all day • How some one treated him; • Nature, like us, is sometimes caught • Without her diadem. • Emily Dickinson • On edmodo, 5. The personification: (2 examples) • 3 minutes

  12. Exit Ticket • What is the purpose of using figurative language in our writing?

  13. Homework • Find a simile and metaphor in a song. Print out and highlight the simile or metaphor. If you can’t print write the lyrics and highlight. • Also, describe your hero using hyperbole and personification.

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