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Figurative Language I SOP HAM Idiom Simile Onomatopoeia Personification Hyperbole Alliteration Metaphor Slide 2 Idiom Figure of speech Slide 3 Idiom Group of words that say one thing, but mean something completely different. Slide 4 Examples of Idioms: It was a piece of cake! Meaning: It was easy to do Slide 5 Examples of Idioms: Keep your eyes peeled! Meaning: Watch Carefully Slide 6 Put your money where your mouth is. Meaning: Dont just talk about something, buy it or invest in it. Slide 7 You are dead meat! Im angry with you. (threatening) Slide 8 Now think of your OWN idioms to write and illustrate! Or visit: http://www.idiomsbykids.com/ Slide 9 Simile Comparing two unlike things using the words like or as Slide 10 Simile The 2 unlike things do have to have at least one thing in common though Slide 11 Examples of Simile: Jennifer eats like a pig. (Both Jennifer and a pig are messy eaters) Slide 12 Examples of Simile: Jake was as happy as a kitten with a new ball of yarn. (both Jake and the kitten are happy) Slide 13 Simile and Idiom Video Teachers: Youll need to log on, then if you get a blank screen, hit refresh Check out this Slide 14 Now see if you can find the similes on this site: http://library.thinkquest.org/J0112 392/simileclassics.html http://library.thinkquest.org/J0112 392/simileclassics.html Slide 15 Onomatopoeia A word that imitates the sound it describes Slide 16 Bang Buzz Crash Ring Examples of Onomatopoeia: Slide 17 Look at the pictures on this site: http://www.worsleyschool.net/socialarts/o nomato/poeia.html What examples of onomatopoeia can you think of? http://www.worsleyschool.net/socialarts/o nomato/poeia.html Slide 18 Personification Describing something non-human, as if it were human Slide 19 Examples of Personification: The couch groaned under the weight of the entire family. The dog cried pitifully. Slide 20 Follow this link for more examples! http://www.learnnc.org/media/les sons/JaniceLane5232002893/1Sam ples.rtf http://www.learnnc.org/media/les sons/JaniceLane5232002893/1Sam ples.rtf Slide 21 Hyperbole Huge exaggeration, usually involving humor Slide 22 Examples of Hyperbole: He was so angry, steam came out of his ears. Slide 23 Examples of Hyperbole: She practiced the piano for such a long time, her fingers bled. Slide 24 Now check out some more examples of hyperbole written by kids! Worsley School Hyperbole and watch the Simile and Hyperbole Video (5 min) Teachers: Youll need to log on, then if you get a blank screen, hit refresh Worsley School Hyperbole Simile and Hyperbole Video Slide 25 Alliteration Repeating the first consonant sound of a word in neighboring words Slide 26 Examples of Alliteration: She sells sea shells Two tricky trains Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers Slide 27 Click here to examine: Alliteration in Poetry and watch this Alliteration Video Clip Teachers: Youll need to log on, then if you get a blank screen, hit refresh Alliteration in Poetry Alliteration Video Clip Slide 28 Metaphor Comparing two unlike things by saying one IS or WAS the other Slide 29 Examples of Metaphor: My mother is a blanket, warm and comforting. The train was a howling monster as it hurtled down the track. Slide 30 Here are some examples of poems about families that use metaphors http://www.teachervision.fen.com/poetry/literary-techniques/5453.html Listen as your teacher reads them. Then write your own poem about your family using metaphors. http://www.teachervision.fen.com/poetry/literary-techniques/5453.html