Figurative Language

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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Oral Communication
Grade:
5

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Figurative Language

Watch the video above. Pause after each song excerpt and see if you can identify which figurative language is being used.

Figurative Language

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#FIVE

#FOUR

#THREE

#ONE

#TWO

Take a look at the comics around the board. Decide what type of figurative language is being used in each comic and record in a Word Docment. Place in the dropbox labeled "Figurative Language: Comics". Be sure to explain why you chose the answer you did. Do not forget to number your answers as well.

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