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Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia - presentation

tawny-fly

Onomatopoeia . A word that imitates the sound it represents.. Bang!. Whack!. Zoom!. Moo. Onomatopoeia-The. . use of words whose sound makes you think of their meaning. .. Buzz. Zip. Slurp. Snip. Pop.

Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia - presentation

debby-jeon

A word which represents or imitates natural sounds.. . Words, such as plop, buzz, or snap, make sounds that suggest their meaning. Onomatopoeia provides sound effects and appears in poetry, advertising, and children’s stories..

Onomatopoeia and Alliteration
Onomatopoeia and Alliteration - presentation

trish-goza

by: Tytianna Johnson, Carrie Calvin, Kaliyah Jeffries, and Asia Lumpkin. Steps We Will Be Covering. Step 1: -Say the text a loud or hear it in your head.. Example: Thump!. Step 2:- Listen for the words that sound just like the real life sounds that they describe. .

Onomatopoeia and Hyperbole
Onomatopoeia and Hyperbole - presentation

cheryl-pis

(on-o-ma-to-pee-uh and . hy. -. perr. -. bo. -lee). Onomatopoeia is the use of sound words. These words sound like things they describe. . What is it?. “It . went . zip.  when it moved and . bop.

Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia - presentation

stefany-ba

English. Form 8.. Onomatopoeia. In every language there that imitate the sounds produced by living beings and things. It’s useful to remember some of them.. to squeak. Synonyms: to cheep, to peep, to pip..

You need: A pencil, eraser, highlighter and your ELA duo-tang
You need: A pencil, eraser, highlighter and your ELA duo-tan - presentation

lindy-duni

ONOMATOPOEIA. What is . onomatopoeia. ?. Onomatopoeia. . derives from a Greek word meaning “name making” or “the making of words.”. Onomatopoeia. . is a figure of speech where words imitate the sounds they describe..

Poetry
Poetry - presentation

faustina-d

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” ~Robert Frost. Poetic. . Devices. The Sounds of Poetry. Onomatopoeia. When a word’s pronunciation imitates its sound..

Unit One: Week Four September 14-18, 2015
Unit One: Week Four September 14-18, 2015 - presentation

stefany-ba

Bell Work: Favorite Song(s). Write about a song that means a lot to you. What do the lyrics refer to? What do they mean? What is the artist’s message? Why does it mean so much to you? Explain by giving specific examples from the song and your life..

How many times can you say this TONGUE TWISTER without gett
How many times can you say this TONGUE TWISTER without gett - presentation

jane-oiler

BETTY BOTTER. Betty . Botter. bought some butter.. “But,” she said, “the butter’s bitter.. If I put it in my batter,. it will make my batter bitter.. But a bit of better butter—. that would make my batter better.”.

By: Beth Stephens, Michael McCartney, Julie Marquardt and L
By: Beth Stephens, Michael McCartney, Julie Marquardt and L - presentation

tawny-fly

Cubing!. What is Cubing?. ◊ Cubing is a technique that helps students consider a subject from six points of view.. ◊ Different commands or tasks appear on each side of a cube.. What is Cubing? (continued).

Differentiated Instruction
Differentiated Instruction - presentation

conchita-m

Cubing. Key Questions to Plan DI. What needs to learned?. What do students already know?. How will you reach all learners?. How will you assess students’ learning?. What is cubing?. Cubing is an instructional strategy that asks students to interact with a concept in a variety of ways.

Figurative Language Test Review
Figurative Language Test Review - presentation

sherrill-n

Name: __________________________ Date: ___________ PD: ______. Directions. : Match definitions in Column B to the type of figurative language it describes in Column A. . -COLUMN A-. _____1. idiom. _____2. metaphor.

Figurative Language: Part 2
Figurative Language: Part 2 - presentation

marina-yar

What do you already know about figurative language?. Why do you think learning figurative language might be important?. Terms You Know:. Simile. Metaphor. Personification. Terms You Will Know:. Onomatopoeia.

Figurative Language metaphor
Figurative Language metaphor - presentation

marina-yar

Alliteration. personification. simile. assonance. onomatopoeia. allusion. hyperbole. Imagery. Alliteration:. . Repetition . of the . first. consonant. .  .                                                            .

Figurative Language: Part 2
Figurative Language: Part 2 - presentation

luanne-sto

What do you already know about figurative language?. Why do you think learning figurative language might be important?. Terms You Know:. Simile. Metaphor. Personification. Terms You Will Know:. Onomatopoeia.

"Figurative language" gets its name from the Latin word - presentation

alexa-sche

figura. , meaning form, shape, or ornament. Figures of speech are the "special effects " of language – they make ordinary words do extraordinary feats. . Figurative. language . 5 Types of Figurative Language.

Onomatopoeia Nathan Wells
Onomatopoeia Nathan Wells - presentation

debby-jeon

Greenfield Elementary. 4. th. grade. The car horn will honk when you blow it.. As I walked through the forest, I could hear the crickets chirping loudly.. My baby brother loves to splash water when he is in his swimming pool..

POETRY HOW TO UNDERSTAND
POETRY HOW TO UNDERSTAND - presentation

celsa-spra

ONOMATOPOEIA.. WORDSEARCH. Complete the word search . Then try to define the poetry terms. Need a dictionary?... Go get one!. POETRY TERMS. What do you know already?. What about onomatopoeia?. An onomatopoeia is a .

Chapters 1
Chapters 1 - pdf

briana-ran

Onomatopoeia (unclear) situations that cause readers to question and analyze characters and their motives. 1. On page 51, Oscar says that Campbell cried when the Lockarts died, but he didn

Name:_____________________
Name:_____________________ - pdf

phoebe-cli

www.softschools.com Identifying Onomatopoeia Words that attempt to imitate sounds are called onomatopoeia . Example: plink, squeal These words are used by speakers and writers in the attempt to des

Bellwork for January 14, 2013
Bellwork for January 14, 2013 - presentation

debby-jeon

Take handouts from the back counter. Write in your agenda.. On your note card, explain the meanings of the following idioms:. A chip on your shoulder. A taste of your own medicine. Bend over backwards.

FIGURATIVE   LANGUAGE   DEVICES
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE DEVICES - presentation

alexa-sche

(Definitions). Makes a comparison between 2 or more things that are not alike and uses the words “like” or “as”. . The word is the same as the sound it makes. Makes a comparison between 2 or more things that are not alike.

hyperbole
hyperbole - presentation

yoshiko-ma

The Art of . Exaggeration!!. Definition: A figure of speech which is an exaggeration & used to emphasize. . I am so hungry, I could eat a horse. What does this idiom mean literally? Figuratively? .

Poetry Unit
Poetry Unit - presentation

celsa-spra

Mrs. Stevens. The following poetry unit will be put together as a booklet. . The left hand side of your poetry book will consist of poems you create throughout this . powerpoint. . The right hand side will consist of poems that you find in library books using examples of the types of poems we are writing. .

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