Personification PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
is giving human traits (qualities, feelings, action, or characteristics) to non-living objects (things, colors, qualities, or ideas).. For example:. The window winked at me. . Turn to the window. Do you see it winking? Are you really trying? Look hard- Can you see it yet?.
PERSONIFICATION IS…... A figure of speech in which human qualities are given to animals, objects, or ideas. In the arts, personification means representing non human things as if they were humans..
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. Onomatopoeia, Hyperbole, Idioms. . Figurative Language . . (figures of speech). Comparing seemingly unlike things using the words . like . or . as. “. Life is . like. a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get.” .
Personification. Make it move like a person: . running, . cart wheeling . reaching. Personification. Make it sound like a person:. Shouting. Whispering. listening. Personification. Give it emotion: .
Allusion, Personification, Hyperbole. Allusions. Allusions. are references made to something or someone in another time or place or in another piece of writing. An author frequently uses allusions to relate something else to what is presently happening in a story. It is a form of imagery like similes, metaphors, or personification..
Where can you find synonyms?. Why do we need to think about using synonyms to replace common words in our writing? . Synonyms. In a thesaurus. To make our writing more interesting.. Review. In Today’s Lesson.
Due: 2/17/15. Rubric. 1. . EACH POEM MUST HAVE AT LEAST 8 LINES. 2. Each poem must have at least two examples of any of the following figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, & Idiom.