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    Poetry and Figures of Speech


    Poetry and Figures of Speech

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    Daily figurative language warm-ups for 3rd-6th grade can be used as an early finisher, homework, or morning warm-up. This DAILY FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE product covers Alliteration, Idioms, Similes and Metaphors, Proverbs and Adages, Onomatopoeia, Personification, and Hyperboles. It is structured with a gradual release of responsibility and each figure of speech wraps around though out the entire year! Check out the other figurative language products in my store too! Kirsten Tulsian

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    Free Ideas: The Best Way to Teach Poetry Blog Post: Learn all the way Pam from Rockin Resources teaches poetry throughout the year and as a review in April for Poetry Month! Designed by Rockin Resources

    The Best Way to Teach Poetry

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    ▶ Figurative Language in Movies - YouTube

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    A great video introducing poetry. It gave great information and the kids loved it!

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    FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE IN A MUSICAL VIDEO~ Teach hyperbole, simile, and more using these visual clips.

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    Teaching poetry for 5 minutes each day - Great blog post!

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    mentor texts - figurative language - personification

    Flamingos and Butterflies: My shelf runneth over

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    "Wake Me Up" by #AloeBlacc and Avicii - great song to practice figurative language, theme, and poetic devices.

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    Figurative Language Sort!

    Teaching With a Mountain View: Figurative Language Review

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    Burly Hyperbole Luchador- funny video teaching hyperbole

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    Students create a poem during a poetry unit and then illustrate the poem. Put the pieces together to make a quilt as a class. Could use for open house.

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    Students learn what allusions are AND two strategies for interpreting unknown allusions: CONTEXT and RESEARCH. The class is shown plenty of exa...

    It's an ALLUSION (Literary, Biblical and Mythological Allusions)

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    ▶ Figurative Language in movies and commercials - YouTube

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    Esl Idioms Printable Quiz Erica L Koehring Free Christmas Activities

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    Popcorn poetry! What a great site!

    Popcorn Popping Poetry

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    Use to model a good poetry response for middle school.

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    Fall leaf activity with poetry

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    Check out this great resource from Scholastic for teaching poetry 10 minutes a day!

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    Teaching Deeper Thinking With Poetry

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    12 Best Poetry Websites for Kids - interactive apps, forms & fun

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    Top Ten Poetry Centers

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    I love this activity! My former students have created some beautiful poetry with this style.

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    poetry terms

    Addie Education - Teacher Talk: Poetry Terms Freebie

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    Poem Notebooks

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    walk-with-nature by Diane Cordell via Slideshare

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