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Today you need…. Binder Library Book Pencil Note cards (any size) . Today’s Agenda . First 5- Reading and library book check Lit. Terms Note Cards #4-11 . Personification . Based on these examples of personification make a definition in your own words under describe.

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today you need
Today you need….
  • Binder
  • Library Book
  • Pencil
  • Note cards (any size)
today s agenda

Today’s Agenda

First 5- Reading and library book check

Lit. Terms Note Cards #4-11

after you have written your description on your paper
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of personification….
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of personification
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember personification
slide6

Class description of personification

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

Level 5: I understand even more about the term than what I was taught.

after you have written your description on your paper1
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of a simile….
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of simile
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember simile
slide11

Class description of simile

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding1
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper2
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of a metaphor….
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of metaphor
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember
slide16

Class description of metaphor

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

after you have written your description on your paper3
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of alliteration….
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of alliteration
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember alliteration
slide20

Class description of alliteration

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

after you have written your description on your paper4
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of onomatopoeia
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of onomatopoeia
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember onomatopoeia
slide24

Class description of onomatopoeia

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding2
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

allusion

“He was a real Romeo with the ladies.”

Allusion

“I was surprised his nose was not growing like Pinocchio's.”

“He was a Good Samaritan yesterday when he helped the lady start her car.”

“I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore…”

after you have written your description on your paper5
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of allusion
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of allusion
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember allusion
slide29

Class description of allusion

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding3
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper6
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of denotation
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of denotation
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember denotation
slide34

Class description of denotation

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding4
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper7
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of connotation
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of connotation
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember connotation
slide39

Class description of connotation

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding5
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper8
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of flashback
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of flashback
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember flashback
slide44

Class description of flashback

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding6
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

foreshadowing
Foreshadowing
  • Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived with her mother. Her mother asked her to take her old and lonely grandmother some food one day."Don't stop along the way. Go straight to your Grandma's house and back. Don't talk to any strangers and watch out for the wolf in the woods! Now get along!"
after you have written your description on your paper9
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of foreshadow
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of foreshadow
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember foreshadow
slide49

Class description of foreshadow

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding7
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper10
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of oxymoron
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of assonance
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember assonance
slide54

Class description of oxymoron

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding8
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

imagery
Imagery

“I smelled the warm, sweet, all-pervasive smell of silage, as well as the sour dirty laundry spilling over the basket in the hall. I could pick out the acrid smell of Claire’s drenched diaper, her sweaty feet, and her hair crusted with sand. ”

after you have written your description on your paper11
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of imagery
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of imagery
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember imagery
slide59

Class description of imagery

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding9
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

hyperbole
Hyperbole

I can smell pizza from a mile away.

I went home and made the biggest sandwich of all time.

after you have written your description on your paper12
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of hyperbole
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of hyperbole
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember hyperbole
slide65

Class description of hyperbole

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding10
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper13
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of hyperbole
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind youof irony
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember hyperbole
irony

The dictionary entry for "short" is really, really long!

Irony

The owner of a butcher shop is a vegetarian!

slide70

Class description of irony

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding11
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.

after you have written your description on your paper14
After you have written your description on your paper…
  • Write a written example of idiom
    • What are some examples?
  • Draw a picture that will remind you of idiom
    • Draw an example
    • A symbol that will help you remember
    • Anything that will help you remember hyperbole
slide75

Class description of idiom

Write this down under class description. This will be the definition that is on the test

my understanding12
My Understanding

Level 1: I’m very uncertain about the term. I don’t really know what it means.

Level 2: I’m a little uncertain about what the term means, but I have a general idea.

Level 3: I understand the term but I do not understand how to apply it.

Level 4: I understand the term and I’m not confused about any part of it.