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Literary Images

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In this presentation you will find information based on the most popular literary images such as metaphor, simile, personification and hyperbole. It contains clip arts that help you understand better …

In this presentation you will find information based on the most popular literary images such as metaphor, simile, personification and hyperbole. It contains clip arts that help you understand better each concept, hyperlinks to activities and information, also activities that can be done with students.

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  • The teacher will ask the students: What do you think literary images mean? What do you understand by images? How do you think images are related to literature?

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  • 1. Literary Images
  • 2. Literary Images
    • Common language use in poems
    • Creates a sense of creativity
    • Helps the writer express ideas
    • Avoids boredom on the reader
  • 3. Metaphor
    • Understanding of one concept in terms of another.
    • Example:
      • The kid’s cotton skin is really soft.
  • 4. Simile
    • Comparison: using “like” or “as”.
    • Example:
      • The girl is sweet like a candy.
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  • 5. Personification
    • Gives non-human and objects, human traits.
    • Example:
      • The computer smiled at me.
  • 6. Hyperbole
    • Exaggeration of an ordinary thing is made.
    • Example:
    • I could eat a whole cow.
  • 7. Writing a Metaphor
    • Write three metaphors on your notebook.
      • Do one, related to an animal
      • Do one, related to a friend
      • Do one, related to school
  • 8. Writing a Simile
    • Complete the comparison in the other column
      • Cat
      • Building
      • Flower
      • Shoe
      • Iron
    • Choose term, then write the simile
      • Car +_______________
      • Building+____________
      • Flower+_____________
      • Shoe+______________
      • Iron+_______________
  • 9. Writing a Hyperbole
    • Write two hyperboles
      • Illustrate one with a drawing
      • Write one you have heard or said
  • 10. Write a personification
    • Write two personifications
      • Do one using an animal
      • Do one using an object
  • 11. Identifying Literary Images 4. She cut the gold cake. 3. The dog kissed her puppy. 2. The grass looks like a blanket. 1. You are as sweet as chocolate. Classification Imagery Statement
  • 12.
    • Prepared by Mrs. Carol Y. Torres
    • Student Number: E00042085
    • [email_address]