Mrs. Baker Births a Book
– This is one giant extended metaphor. See if you can spot where
it presents itself.
– A dictionary would be very helpful here through out the worksheet.
Painting a Picture
with Similes – We work off of Dracula by Bram Stoker.
The New Girl –
Time to look deep into Marina's encounters in class.
Language to Express Character – See how Dickens uses figurative
language with Ebenezer Scrooge.
Tone with Figurative Language – Underline all of the figurative
language. Then answer the questions.
Feelings with Figurative Language – We look for the central
message and theme that is presented in the passage.
Figurative Language to Describe Behavior – This might require
a few reads to really hone in on the message.
Language in Poetry – Poets often use figurative language. Read
the poem The Chariot.
is Lost! – More metaphor identification and simile work.
Holmes in Love – Read the paragraph. Then, the diagram below,
write each instance of figurative language and its meaning.
Figurative Language – Is James having fun at the dance? Use
evidence from the paragraph to support your answer.
Slayer – Underline the figurative language in the paragraph.
the Scene with Figurative Language – The paragraph is from the
novel Riders of the PurpleSage by Zane Grey.
of Figurative Language – This passage is chock filled with vivid
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