A poster providing a definition and example of a simile poem.
Print this educational poster and display it in your classroom as a visual reminder of what a simile poem is and how to write one.
A simile is a literary device used by authors and poets to spark the reader’s imagination. It refers to the practice of comparing two objects based on things they have in common and using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’ in the comparison statement.
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Distribute these role cards to your students to assist them in performing their reciprocal teaching role during reading groups. The reciprocal teaching roles explained on the cards include:
- the questioner
- the clarifier
- the predictor
- the summariser.
by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jun 19th, 2017
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