Lauralee: 10 Poems
Incorporating literary devices into poetry lessons? Here’s a list to consider. Reading “Annabelle Lee”? Study hyperbole. Elizabeth Alexander’s “Butter”? Try analyzing alliteration. Find the complete list here.
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Melissa: 6 Hooks
Figurative language is only as fun we design our lessons to be. Hook students in any literature, poetry, or writing unit with these unique approaches to studying literary terms. In this article, you’ll also find some suggestions for when and how to incorporate figurative language into your curriculum.
Figurative language lessons can improve student writing and understanding of literature, along with being fun. These activities to teach figurative language will provide you with a variety of spark to add to your teaching files.