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Hand out several IDIOM worksheet (slide 40). Have students create Cornell notes as you introduce the meaning of Idioms, Literal, and Figurative meaning. Ask students to complete a IDIOM worksheet for each IDOM presented. After you complete power-point begin a IDIOM dictionary.

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Hand out several IDIOM worksheet (slide 40).
  • Have students create Cornell notes as you introduce the meaning of Idioms, Literal, and Figurative meaning.
  • Ask students to complete a IDIOM worksheet for each IDOM presented.
  • After you complete power-point begin a IDIOM dictionary.
  • IDIOM worksheets: randomly give students a Idiom worksheet have they draw and explain both definitions. Ask students to present to class. Add worksheets to IDIOM dictionary.
  • As daily warm-up’s present students with a new IDIOM. This will help them extend the IDIOM dictionary.
idioms
IDIOMS
  • Standard: 8.1.1 Analyze idioms, analogies, metaphors, and similes to infer the literal and figurative meanings of phrases.
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate an understanding of idiomatic expressions and recognize the terms "idiomatic expression" and "idioms.“
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Idioms are phrases which people use in everyday language which do not make sense literally but we understand what they mean

it s raining cats and dogs
“It’s raining cats and dogs”.
  • Thumbs up...if you have heard this idiom before.
  • Thumbs down...if you have NOT heard this idiom before.
stick together
Stick Together
  • What is the literal meaning?
  • What is the figurative meaning?
a barrel of laughs
A Barrel of Laughs
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
a can of worms
A Can of Worms
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
caught red handed
Caught Red Handed
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
cry your eyes out
Cry Your Eyes Out
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
don t lose your head
Don’t Lose Your Head
  • Literal Meaning
  • Figurative Meaning
catching up
Catching Up
  • Literal Meaning
  • Figurative Meaning
the cold shoulder
The Cold Shoulder
  • Literal Meaning
  • Figurative Meaning
eat your words
Eat Your Words
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
giving in
Giving In
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
sick as a dog
Sick As A Dog
  • Literal Meaning
  • Figurative Meaning
getting your foot in the door
Getting Your Foot In The Door
  • Literal Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
rule of thumb
Rule of Thumb
  • Litural Meaning?
  • Figurative Meaning?
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IdiomsIdioms are phrases which people use in everyday language which do not make sense literally but we understand what they mean
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Table of Contents

  • It’s Raining Cats and Dogs
  • Stick Together
  • A Barrel of Laughs
  • A Can of Worms
  • Caught Red Handed
  • Cry Your Eyes Out
  • Don’t Lose Your Head
  • Catching Up
  • The Cold Shoulder
  • Eat Your Words
  • Giving In
  • Sick As A Dog
  • Getting Your Foot In The Door
  • Rule of Thumb
  • Shake a Leg
  • Hang On
  • Turn Someone Off