Fancy Figurative Language

 
 
 
 

Push your students beyond just memorizing the different types of figurative language, and ask them to use these tools in more complex, challenging ways.

  1. Think beyond clichés
  2. Use repetition in new ways
  3. Change the position of the figurative language

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