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Figurative Language in Books


The best way to learn to write figurative language is to read figurative language written by experts! For these lessons, students will choose a book that contains wonderful figurative language. While they read, they will share their favorite figurative language passages with their classmates. They will end the unit with a final Glogster assignment.

Learning Targets: 
Students will analyze how authors use figurative language.
Students will find figurative language in the books they are reading.
Students will write figurative language that would fit the book.
Students will summarize their books.