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In this class students will learn and practice their writing skills through the use of figurative writing. As the teacher I will introduce the concepts and application of hyperboles, idioms, similes, metaphors, personification, oxymorons, alliteration and onomatopoeias. Students will then be able to apply these concepts through writing example phrases down to share with the class. We will also play an online game on blooket.com that uses questions I created and edited those students will also...
Students will learn, identify and write their own phrases using at least four of the eight figurative language skills learned in class. They will learn the differences, how to identify and write hyperboles, idioms, similes, metaphors, personification, oxymorons, onomatopoeias, and alliterations.
I have a Master of Arts Degree in Teaching Elementary Education as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. I love to write and wrote my own seventy-five-page thesis on Reciprocal Teaching Reading Comprehension for my program. Last year I was a full-time in person fifth grade teacher to thirty-one amazing students whom I taught the benefit and use of figurative language.
Please bring plenty of paper and pencils to take notes and write down phrases to share with the class. Prepare to learn important skills and have fun! Here is the link to the list of questions for our game. It is similar to other games such as kahoot or quizlet. The link will send you to the questions that will be posted for the game. Students do not need an account; they will click on guest then type in the code I will give them. https://dashboard.blooket.com/set/63081f199e17f1132e6f6da4 Here is the link to their general website https://www.blooket.com/
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the different types of figurative language through their phrase writing as well as their ability to identify which type is being used through our online group game we will play towards the end of the class.
45 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
At the end of the class students will be given a code to use for a game I created through the use of blooket.com. Student will type in blooket.com on the URL then click guest, they do not need a membership or login to play. After they click guest, they will type in my game code. Once all the students are on, I will start the game. It consists of a series of examples of figurative language that the students need to determine which type it is, for instance, is the sentence a metaphor or is it personification, etc. When the student gets the correct answer, he or she can pick a treasure box with hidden points under it, they can also trade points with another student. I used this game system often in my fifth-grade classroom and my students loved it!
https://dashboard.blooket.com/set/63081f199e17f1132e6f6da4 A game on blooket.com will be played at the end of the class on figurative language to help the teacher assess the students' progress and understanding.
Tracy D Smith
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hi, my name is Tracy Smith and I love teaching! I am a mother of three and I have been teaching for over eighteen years. I have a Utah Teaching license for grades K-6th, a Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education from Western Governors...