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  • Figurative Language Stories, Set 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS

    © 2014 erin cobb imlovinlit.com

    Teacher’s Guide for Figurative Language Stories, Set 2 3

    Story 7: Mack’s Dilemma – Task A 4

    Story 7: Mack’s Dilemma – Task B 5

    Story 7: Mack’s Dilemma – Task C 6

    Story 7: Mack’s Dilemma – Task D 7-8

    Story 7: Mack’s Dilemma – ANSWER KEYS 9-10

    Story 8: Sonia’s Adventure – Task A 11

    Story 8: Sonia’s Adventure – Task B 12

    Story 8: Sonia’s Adventure – Task C 13

    Story 8: Sonia’s Adventure – Task D 14-15

    Story 8: Sonia’s Adventure – ANSWER KEYS 16-17

    Story 9: The Fox’s Bag – Task A 18

    Story 9: The Fox’s Bag – Task B 19

    Story 9: The Fox’s Bag – Task C 20

    Story 9: The Fox’s Bag – Task D 21-22

    Story 9: The Fox’s Bag – ANSWER KEYS 23-24

    Story 10: Lunchtime – Task A 25

    Story 10: Lunchtime – Task B 26

    Story 10: Lunchtime – Task C 27

    Story 10: Lunchtime – Task D 28-29

    Story 10: Lunchtime – ANSWER KEYS 30-31

    Story 11: The Wondrous Waldo – Task A 32

    Story 11: The Wondrous Waldo – Task B 33

    Story 11: The Wondrous Waldo – Task C 34

    Story 11: The Wondrous Waldo – Task D 35-36

    Story 11: The Wondrous Waldo – ANSWER KEYS 37-38

    Story 12: My Brother Brian – Task A 39

    Story 12: My Brother Brian – Task B 40

    Story 12: My Brother Brian – Task C 41

    Story 12: My Brother Brian – Task D 42-43

    Story 12: My Brother Brian – ANSWER KEYS 44-45

    Interactive Notebook Versions for Task A Stories 1-6 46-51

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    Teacher’s Guide   Thanks so much for purchasing Figurative Language Stories Set #2! I created these stories and activities to further challenge my students in comprehending, identifying, analyzing, and revising figurative language. The stories in this set are meant to be longer and slightly more complex than the stories in my original Figurative Language Stories set, shown on the right. The average length for each story in the first set is 150 words, while the paragraphs in Set 2 average 300 words.  

    I have received emails and questions from teachers who want to use this product but do not teach all 8 types of figurative language covered in this set. No problem! Here’s what I suggest. When completing Task A, before the students begin to work independently to find each instance of figurative language, go through and point out any figurative language that you haven’t yet or don’t plan to teach. Chances are, you have some higher kids in that class who will easily pick up on those types without your ever teaching them as they work through the stories in this packet. You’ve just differentiated! Way to go! You’ve given students a preview into something they will learn in the future.

    You may notice that I have extended Task D: Revise Figurative Language to two pages. I did this because the word count for each paragraph is double what it was in the first set. If you are limited on copies, simply have students complete this task on loose leaf paper. That is what I do.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns. My email address is ecobb@me.com.

    Thanks !

  • 6 All New Stories!  

    4 Tasks Per Story  

    Identify, Analyze, Modify, & Revise  

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