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Review: Personification, Idioms and Similes


L.4.3 - Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing,

speaking, reading, or listening.
L.4.1 - Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard
English grammar and usage when writing or speaking

SpongeBob drawing
idiom pictures
dream catchers
feathers to write on
Nevada textbook
Review Idioms and Personification:
Personification: Students will be able to identify human like
characteristics to an object that is not human.
Review that personification is when you give human like characteristics to
things that aren't human.

Ask students what SpongeBob can do in the show that actual

sponges can't do.
Idioms: Students will be able to determine the actual meaning of the
idioms given.
Review that idioms have a different meaning than the actual or literal
meaning of each word.
Students will share with their groups the actual meaning of the
pictures shown. We will discuss whole group as well.

Similes Review:
A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things or people, which
are not similar using like or as.
John is as brave as a lion.
My dog is as big as an elephant.
She sings like an angel.
Jake swims like a fish.
Discuss what is being compared in the following sentences.
Beth has brown eyes and hair as dark as the midnight sky.
The beaches white sand felt as hot as a skillet.
Andrew's room smelled like the inside of an old lunchbox.
As soon as they arrived at the park, the children scattered like ants.
Activity: Students will create similes using information about Native
Americans from the Nevada textbook.
Students will be called back into small groups based on their reading
I have grouped these students based on their STAR Assessment
Students will turn to their neighbor and identify what a simile is, what
personification is and what an idiom is.