Bell Ringer • Complete the Analogies Bell Ringer (both sides) and keep it at your desk. We will review it in a moment. • Turn in any missing/late/absent work to the class inbox. • Take out your planner and be productive while waiting for your classmates to finish.
Housekeeping • Create the vocab. cards (this week’s color is GREEN) & study for the Week 13 Quiz (after break; exact date TBA) • Questions?
Today’s Objectives • LA.6.2.17. locateand analyze an author’s use of allusions and descriptive, idiomatic, and figurative language in a variety of literary text, identifying how word choice sets the author’s tone and advances the work’s theme • I will be able to… • Label types of figurative language • Identify metaphor and simile • Analyze figurative language, discussing how influences the text • Demonstrate analytical thinking
LIST Strategy • LABEL • IDENTIFY • SO WHAT? • TALK
“I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” by William WordsworthUse page 548 in lit. book as a guide to simile/metaphor Click hereto view poem
LIST StrategyYou may refer to page 548 in lit. book as a guide to simile/metaphor
Extension • You choose the advertisement from offered selection • Determine what figurative language example it uses and LIST it
Closing – Exit Slip • On a separate piece of paper answer the following: • Write a simile about yourself. • Then, change your simile into a metaphor. • Write down any questions you still have that need answers • Hand your exit slip to Ms. Barker on your way out the door