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Meme ortiz

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  • 1. Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center Meme Ortiz
  • 2. Figurative Language Terms Definitions simile
  • 3. Figurative Language Terms Definitions simile Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as”
  • 4. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Simile Example Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as” She was as busy as a bee.
  • 5. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Simile Example Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as” She was as busy as a bee. Metaphor
  • 6. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Simile Example Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as” She was as busy as a bee. Metaphor Comparing two unlike objects WITHOUT using like or as
  • 7. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Simile Example Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as” She was as busy as a bee. Metaphor Example Comparing two unlike objects WITHOUT using like or as She is a busy bee.
  • 8. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Simile Example Comparing two unlike objects using “like” or “as” She was as busy as a bee. Metaphor Example Comparing two unlike objects WITHOUT using like or as She is a busy bee. You are what you eat.
  • 9. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Personification
  • 10. Figurative Language Terms Definitions Personification Human characteristics are given to a non-human object.
  • 11. Figurative Language Read “Meme Ortiz” pages 22-23 Terms Definitions Personification Example Human characteristics are given to a non-human object. My teddy bear gave me a hug.
  • 12. “Meme Ortiz”
    • Who moved into Cathy’s old house? Give both of his names.
    • What is the simile used to describe Meme’s dog? How do you know it’s a simile? What two items are being compared?
    • What simile is used in describing the house?
    • How is personification used to describe the tree?
    • Write a new ending paragraph for the story that gives full detail of how Meme broke both of his arms. Write one simile in your paragraph.
  • 13. “ Louie, His Cousin and His Other Cousin” page 25-26
    • Who lives in Meme’s basement? How many people for sure live there?
    • Describe Marin/Maris.
    • Why was Louie’s other cousin so important?
    • What simile is used in describing the Cadillac before it is smashed?
    • What simile is used for describing the Cadillac after it is smashed?
    • Write a different ending for the story.
  • 14. “Marin” page 27-28
    • Who is in PR? (What is PR?)
    • Why does Marin want a job downtown?
    • What kinds of things does Esperanza learn from Marin?
    • Draw a picture and pull one MLA quote on the comic worksheet.

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