LISTEN AND FIGURE IT OUT
is an activity that I created for my students a couple of years ago to help learn figurative language. This was most of my students' favorite ELA activity. Initially, I made the slides that students would determine what type of figurative language. However, because the ultimate purpose of identifying the different types at the elementary level is for students to be able to distinguish between figurative and literal language better. That is when I started created the types to just identify whether it was figurative or literal.
THE AUDIO DOES NOT WORK ON IOS (IPHONE OR IPAD) OR IN SAFARI.
THIS IS A GOOGLE AUDIO FORMAT ISSUE. PLEASE PULL UP IN A
BROWSER (OTHER THAN SAFARI) ON A LAPTOP OR DESKTOP.
THE AUDIO AND ANSWER WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR UPON CLICK.
FOR TEACHERS, I RECOMMEND PULLING UP ON SMART BOARD.
CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW TO GO TO THE SLIDES.
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