Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of a specific word choice on meaning and tone
Teach figurative language using our comprehensive instructional slide deck and accompanying activities.
A comprehension worksheet paired with a poem about a thinker.
An article about springtime blooms and festivals paired with a comprehension task.
Practice working with different types of figurative language with this hands-on board game.
Explore figurative language in context with this set of 28 sorting cards.
Review MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech text and explore the metaphors he used to convey his message through the accompanying questions.
A set of 12 task cards to practice working with figurative language.
Practice identifying and creating examples of figurative language with this printable worksheet.
A set of five literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with issue 1 of Teach Starter's Grade 6 magazine.
A set of 39 onomatopoeic vocabulary word cards.
Remind your students about the most common types of figurative language with this set of classroom anchor charts.
Identify and create alliteration patterns in texts.
An editable 20-slide PowerPoint to use when teaching your students about hyperbole.
A worksheet which helps students explore important scenes from a class novel.
A worksheet to assist students in making predictions before reading a novel.
3 worksheets to help students analyze the points of view of opposing characters in a literary text.
3 worksheets to assist with analyzing characters in a class novel.
A poster highlighting how to find word meaning in context when reading a piece of text.
A comprehensive resource pack helping students explore the concept of figurative language.