Stupendous Similes and Miraculous Metaphors!

Stupendous Similes and Miraculous Metaphors!

A teaching resource provided by TandL Guru.

Resource Description

This is an exciting and engaging lesson/set of tasks aiming to build students' skills at using similes and metaphors in their writing . It was taught during an observation lesson where the teacher received an Outstanding judgement.

Students learn to:
- Define and give examples of what similes and metaphors are;
- Identify similes and metaphors on funny posters and captions;
- Analyse what makes similes and metaphors effective;
- Create their own simile and metaphor filled writing piece;
- Peer assess and learn through fun interactive tasks.

It comes complete with:
- Engaging and visual PowerPoint to guide students (and teacher!) through the lesson;
- Colourful and thought-provoking worksheet for the main analysis task;
- Lesson plan/ teacher guidance sheet, which goes through the lesson step-by-step;
- Resources to enable the teacher to make 'flags' for the introductory task.
All pictures are licensed for commercial use, and image authors cited on the final slide.

Resource Files

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Microsoft Word 14KB
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Microsoft Word 22KB
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Image 253KB
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Microsoft Powerpoint 3.7MB

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