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Perfect Chemistry Lit Terms Ch1-3

Perfect Chemistry Lit Terms Ch1-3

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Student find and analyze various literary terms (figurative language) in ch 1-3 of Perfect Chemistry
Student find and analyze various literary terms (figurative language) in ch 1-3 of Perfect Chemistry

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Figurative Language in Perfect Chemistry Ch 1-3
Terms you need to know to do this assignment:
 
Term Definition Example
SimileMetaphorHyperbolePersonification
Directions: from chapters 1-3 of Perfect Chemistry, find the following uses of figurative language and fill-out thechart.
Page#Literary TermLanguage Question Why did the author use thisfigurative language?
Page 1Personification
What Verb makes thispersonification?
Personification
What Verb makes thispersonification?
Page 2Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 3Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 4 Metaphor 
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 5Personification
What Verb makes thispersonification?
 
 Name:Period:Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 6Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 11Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Personification
What Verb makes thispersonification?
Hyperbole
What is the extremeexaggeration?
Page 13Metapho
What two things are beingcompared?
Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Page 14Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Simile
What two things are beingcompared?
Hyperbole
What is the extremeexaggeration?

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