FREE Figurative Language Poster Set for figures of speech lessons and activities! This easy to use, FREE poster set includes Alliteration, Hyperboles, Idioms, Proverbs and Adages, Personification, Onomatopoeia, Similes and Metaphors, and Puns. Each poster includes a brief description of the figure of speech for students. You can also check out the "sister" figurative language product that is common core aligned and includes instructional pages as well as task cards and printables.
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Interesting things for ESL students is for students of English as a Second Language (ESL) or (EFL). included are quizzes, word games, word puzzles, proverbs, slang expressions, anagrams, a random-sentence generator and other CALL activities. This is a non-commercial for TESL teachers to use with their students.
This reading guide includes map work of Korea and surrounding areas, a vocabulary study, comprehension questions, and proverb writing. This can be used as homework or as an in-class assignment for students who need more structure as they read in class.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE! This Proverbs and Adages Board Game contains 30 paragraph game cards and a game board to help students practice identifying and determining the meanings of common proverbs and adages in short stories. This Proverbs and Adages Board Game game works great as a pair/group activity, or for use in literacy centers!
My fourth grade students loved learning idioms! I created this list of common idioms for them to keep in their binders. They also used this list to create an "Idiom Poster" which is also available in my store! CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.5.B - Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages, and proverbs.
In 'The Grasshopper and the Ants,' the ants work hard to gather food to prepare for winter, while the grasshopper only wants to play. But when winter comes, the grasshopper learns a valuable lesson about planning for the future. This animated video is based on a book from ABCmouse.com's Aesop's Fables Series. Visit ABCmouse.com to learn more!
I often have students who rely too heavily on the thesaurus as they craft their essays, resulting in overwrought sentences that block, rather than illuminate, the writer’s meaning. Using a little humor, this handout helps students see what happens when one abuses the thesaurus. This handout, which can be completed as a solo or team activity/race/game, requires students to match up a series of well-known proverbs and sayings with their overwritten versions. Once students have completed this…