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Personification Personification
Personification Personification - presentation

pasty-tole

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 and Alliteration
Personification and Alliteration - presentation

alida-mead

Personification. Giving human characteristics to things which are not human . Ex: seasons, animals, objects. My battery is dying. . Personification examples. The headlights . blinked. in the darkness..

Personification
Personification - presentation

mitsue-sta

Personification is . giving human qualities to animals or objects. .. Examples. Example #1: . The . trees. were begging for water.. Example #2: . My sun burnt . skin. was screaming.. Example #3: . My .

Personification
Personification - presentation

lindy-duni

Personification is . giving human qualities to animals or objects. .. Examples. Example #1: . The . trees. were begging for water.. Example #2: . My sun burnt . skin. was screaming.. Example #3: . My .

PERSONIFICATION BY: MADYSON TALENE BRUNSWICK
PERSONIFICATION BY: MADYSON TALENE BRUNSWICK - presentation

celsa-spra

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..

Imagery and Personification
Imagery and Personification - presentation

calandra-b

A poetic activity. Personification. is giving human qualities, feelings, action, or characteristics to things that are not human.. The mirror is a fortune teller,. It shows images for concern.. Hair clumped like seaweed,.

Similes, Metaphors, and Personification
Similes, Metaphors, and Personification - presentation

tatyana-ad

Brought to you by powerpointpros.com. Teacher’s Menu. Select a mini-lesson that you would like to play. Default mode is . play all.. Play All. Similes. Metaphors. Personification. SIMILES. What is a Simile?.

Personification
Personification - presentation

celsa-spra

What do the following images have in common?. The characters in these stories all act like people. . Answer?. They all talk and think like people.. Peter Rabbit and the three little pigs wear . clothes, like people..

Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Oxymoron, Alliteration,
Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Oxymoron, Alliteration, - presentation

briana-ran

. 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 Giving Human characteristics to non-human things
Personification Giving Human characteristics to non-human th - presentation

stefany-ba

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: .

Personification
Personification - presentation

test

By Ms. Brassil. I.T. Creswell Arts Magnet. Personification. Giving . human or animal. characteristics to objects. Example:. The roses welcomed me with their sweet fragrance.. Roses = things, but here they are acting like a person by “welcoming”.

Exposure
Exposure - presentation

ellena-man

Wilfred Owen. Our brains ache, in the merciless iced east winds that knife us . . . . Wearied we keep awake because the night is silent . . . . Low drooping flares confuse our memory of the salient . . . .

Figurative
Figurative - presentation

min-jolico

Language. Imagery. Simile. Metaphor. Personification. Aural imagery. Alliteration. Assonance. Onomatopoeia. Symbol. Imagery. Simile. Metaphor. Personification. Aural imagery. Alliteration. Assonance.

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.

Figurative Language Simile
Figurative Language Simile - presentation

giovanna-b

A comparison of two unlike things using like or as. She is like a cow.. Metaphor. A comparison of two unlike things. She is a cow.. Pun. A play on words, lame joke, or words that have a double meaning..

Elements of Literature
Elements of Literature - presentation

tatyana-ad

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..

P ersonification
P ersonification - presentation

mitsue-sta

By Trevor Kefalas. English 7. th. Term for Personification. The attribution of human nature or character to animals inanimate object or abstract notions especially as a rhetorical.. Examples .

What do you call words that are different but that have sim
What do you call words that are different but that have sim - presentation

briana-ran

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.

S.I.F.T.
S.I.F.T. - presentation

tatiana-do

The Pearl. Symbolism. A symbol is the use of a concrete object or an abstract idea to represent something . else, often a more complex idea . Imagery. In the text, what do I:. See. Hear. Feel. Taste.

Figurative and Poetic devices
Figurative and Poetic devices - presentation

min-jolico

Hyperbole. Your suitcase weighs a ton!. Half Rhyme . Hold/Bald. Irony. The name of Britain’s biggest dog was “Tiny”. . Personification. To give human or personal qualities to inanimate things or ideas.

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..

ELA Poetry Project Assigned: 2/2/15
ELA Poetry Project Assigned: 2/2/15 - presentation

cheryl-pis

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.

Personification &
Personification & - presentation

trish-goza

Imagery &. Metaphor &. eXtended Metaphor. American Literature A – Fall . 2013. Personification: . Make it Human. Assigning human-like qualities to non-human things.. Examples:. A hook shot kisses the rim, hangs there, helplessly, but doesn’t drop..

Kelly and Ashley
Kelly and Ashley - presentation

ellena-man

(The most fantabulous people in the universe). Personification, Oxymorons, Hyperboles, and Stingrays.. -Personification is when you give feelings and characteristics of living things to non-living things..

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