The Search for Similes, Metaphors, and Idioms. A simile is a comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as. A metaphor is a comparison of two unlike things without the use of signal words such as like or as. An idiom is a phrase that has a special
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Similes, Metaphors, Personification, Alliteration, imagery, tone/mood, direct characterization, Rhyme, Symbolism, and Repetition. Figurative Language . Figurative Language. A writers tool It helps the reader to visualize (see) what the writer is thinking It puts a picture in the readers mind
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Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Prayer and Spiritual Healing. by Catherine M. Simile, Patricia M. Barnes, Barbara J. Stussman, Beth Taylor, and Catherine M. Simile National Center for Health Statistics
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ELEVEN. Using Language. CHAPTER. Language is important. 1.. Contrary to popular belief, language does not simply mirror reality. 2. Language helps create our sense of reality by giving meaning to events. a. Language is not neutral.
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M i s s . H e a t h e r. 9 th Grade Poetry. Writing Poetry Using Poems by Langston Hughes. We are going to learn about and read two poems by Langston Hughes. We will discuss how similes are used, and We will discuss what a narrative poem is. We will read two poems by Hughes
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"Woodsong". by Gary Paulsen. Summary Slide. Summarize and Paraphrase Reread to Clarify Purpose Sequence of Events Summarize and Paraphrase Practice Figurative Language Analogies Antonyms About the Author Websites. Summarize and Paraphrase.
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Do Now: Literary Terms Activity. Using 3x5 index cards create note cards for the following literary terms/techniques:. Metaphor Lyric poem Alliteration Caesura Kenning. Literary Term. Definition & Example. Literary Terms.
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1. Figures of speech are universal to language. Figures of Speech. 2. If we miss a figure of speech we will likely misunderstand the AIM (Jn 2:19-20; 6:51-52; 7:34-35; 8:51-52; 11:11-12; 14:4-5). 3. Figurative does NOT mean untrue or less important. (E.g. transubstantiation, millennialism.).
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Poetic Devices . Alliteration. The repetition of initial consonant sounds So the first consonant repeats in each line i.e. t errible t ruths and l ittle leprechauns like long limousines . Metaphor.
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To write a GOOD character description you could try some of the following techniques in your writing. Adjectives to describe. Use adjectives to describe the physical details of a character. His scaly, wrinkled nose sniffed the air. Nouns to fit the personality of the character.
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