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Figurative Language Slide 2 Name that Language Personification Station Metaphor Madness Onomatopoeia Options Figurative Figures 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Slide 3 Name That Language for $100 What figurative language term is an extreme exaggeration? Slide 4 Name That Language for $100 Hyperbole Slide 5 Name That Language for $200 What figurative language term is used to compare two things using the words like or as? Slide 6 Name That Language for $200 Simile Slide 7 Name That Language for $300 What figurative language term compares two things stating that one thing is another. Slide 8 Name That Language for $300 METAPHOR Slide 9 Name That Language for $400 What figurative language term is when a sequence of words begin with the same sound. Slide 10 Name That Language for $400 Alliteration Slide 11 Name That Language for $500 What figurative language term uses sounds in word form? Slide 12 Name That Language for $500 ONOMATOPOEIA Slide 13 Name That Language for $600 What figurative language term is an expression or saying that means something more than the literal meaning of the words? Slide 14 Name That Language for $600 IDIOM Slide 15 Name That Language for $700 What figurative language term gives non-human things some human characteristics? Slide 16 Name That Language for $700 Personification Slide 17 Personification Station for $100 What is being personified in this sentence? The stars winked down from the sky at me. Slide 18 Personification Station for $100 Stars They do not actually wink at you, but humans can! Slide 19 Personification Station for $200 What is being personified in this sentence The darkness wrapped its arms around our house. Slide 20 Personification Station for $200 Darkness Darkness does not really have arms, but humans do! Slide 21 Personification Station for $300 What is being personified in this sentence The blowing wind slapped my face. Slide 22 Personification Station for $300 Wind Wind cannot really slap you, but it sure can feel like it! Slide 23 Personification Station for $400 What is being personified in this sentence It was a windy day, and the fox scurried through the dancing grass to find shelter. Slide 24 Personification Station for $400 Grass Grass does not dance, but it can seem that way when it is windy! Slide 25 Personification Station for $500 What is being personified in this sentence The birds were chirping in the early morning when the sun was reaching down to wake up the city. Slide 26 Personification Station for $500 Sun The sun does not reach down and wake people up, but humans can do that. Slide 27 Personification Station for $600 What is given the human characteristic described in this sentence The bell screamed at the end of the day, letting the students know it was time to go home! Slide 28 Personification Station for $600 The bell Bells do not really scream, but humans do! Slide 29 Personification Station for $700 Is this an example of personification The cat whined at his owner to let him outside. Slide 30 Personification Station for $700 Yes Cats meow and can act like a human whining, however they do not truly whine. Slide 31 Metaphor Madness for $100 What two things are being compared in this metaphor? The 5 th grade classes at James Monroe are a circus. Slide 32 Metaphor Madness for $100 5 th Grade Classes and Circus are being compared. Slide 33 Metaphor Madness for $200 What two things are being compared in this metaphor. The rainfall was music to my ears. Slide 34 Metaphor Madness for $200 The rainfall and music. Slide 35 Metaphor Madness for $300 Fill in the blank Jonathan was a walking _________________, he knew every word. Slide 36 Metaphor Madness for $300 Dictionary Book Thesaurus Slide 37 Metaphor Madness for $400 What does this metaphor mean. The students were bears in hibernation during class. Slide 38 Metaphor Madness for $400 The students were very sleepy or tired during class. Slide 39 Metaphor Madness for $500 What does this metaphor imply? The crocodiles teeth are white daggers so be cautious! Slide 40 Metaphor Madness for $500 The crocodile has sharp teeth like daggers! Slide 41 Metaphor Madness for $600 What does this metaphor imply Life is a rollercoaster! Slide 42 Metaphor Madness for $600 Life has its ups and downs. (good and bad) Slide 43 Metaphor Madness for $700 I will glare at you with eyes of ice if you get this wrong. What is being compared in this metaphor and what does it mean? Slide 44 Metaphor Madness for $700 Eyes and Ice are being compared. It means I will glare at you meanly or coldly. Slide 45 Onomatopoeia Options for $100 Is this an example of onomatopoeia? Slide 46 Onomatopoeia Options for $100 Yes! Slide 47 Onomatopoeia Options for $200 What is the onomatopoeia in this sentence. Swoosh! Went the basketball into the net. Slide 48 Onomatopoeia Options for $200 Swoosh! Slide 49 Onomatopoeia Options for $300 What is the onomatopoeia in this sentence? Dave whooshed down the hill so fast that he almost crashed! Slide 50 Onomatopoeia Options for $300 Whooshed! Slide 51 Onomatopoeia Options for $400 The Onomatopoeia in this sentence is the word The bee buzzed past the fragrant flowers. Slide 52 Onomatopoeia Options for $400 Buzzed Slide 53 Onomatopoeia Options for $500 What is the onomatopoeia in this sentence.. Drip, drop, drip, the rain fell down in a steady beat. Slide 54 Onomatopoeia Options for $500 Drip, Drop, Drip Slide 55 Onomatopoeia Options for $600 Insert an onomatopoeia into this sentence.. ____________, the thunder lashed out during the storm! Slide 56 Onomatopoeia Options for $600 Boom, Crack, Pow, Kaboom, Crash, etc Slide 57 Onomatopoeia Options for $700 What is the onomatopoeia in this sentence.. Meow, said the cat as he greeted his owner at the door. Hello to you kitty! said the owner. Slide 58 Onomatopoeia Options for $700 Meow Slide 59 Figurative Figures for $100 What is this sentence an example of? The tree was like an umbrella in the rain. Slide 60 Figurative Figures for $100 Simile Slide 61 Figurative Figures for $200 What is this sentence an example of? My old car was a snail so I had to sell it. Slide 62 Figurative Figures for $200 Metaphor Slide 63 Figurative Figures for $300 What is this sentence an example of? Its raining cats and dogs. Slide 64 Figurative Figures for $300 Idiom Slide 65 Figurative Figures for $400 What is this sentence an example of? Karen tapped her pencil on her desk, tap, tap, tap. Slide 66 Figurative Figures for $400 Onomatopoeia Slide 67 Figurative Figures for $500 What is this sentence an example of? Felicia was a pharmacist who favored feathers, feet, and phones. Slide 68 Figurative Figures for $500 Alliteration Slide 69 Figurative Figures for $600 What is this sentence an example of? This weekend I had five million pages of homework! Slide 70 Figurative Figures for $600 Hyperbole Slide 71 Figurative Figures for $700 What is this sentence an example of? The elephant danced around the mouse who scared him! Slide 72 Figurative Figures for $700 Personification Slide 73 Daily Double What is the term used to describe the following: Hyperbole, Alliteration, Idiom, Metaphor, Personification, Onomatopoeia, and Simile Slide 74 Daily Double FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Slide 75 THE END

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