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  • What Figurative Language Device Can Stop a Zombie Invasion? 3.7 Explain the effects of common literary devices (e.g., symbolism, imagery, metaphor) in a variety of fictional and nonfictional texts. Click Here to Start
  • Click on the pages below to read the story of Charlie. Each page will give you a clue to help you build the final sentence in the story. What figurative language device is the final sentence of the story? CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ANSWER Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8
  • Page 1
    • On his 12th birthday, Charlie waved goodbye to his mother as she went to work, while hugging his new birthday bear, named Kings.
    CLUE: The first word of the final sentence in our story is the subject of the sentence that is a metaphor, and introduces the antagonists of the story. Click Here for Table of Contents Next Page Previous Page
  • Page 2
    • The black thunder started to roll into town as Charlie went back inside, and braced for the storm.
    CLUE: The fourth word of the final sentence is the plural noun on a page with an example of Symbolism. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 3
    • Charlie heard a knocking that sounded as if hamburgers were being thrown at the door.
    CLUE: The second word of the final sentence is either "and," "or," or "but." You can figure out which one it is by looking at a page that has an example of a Simile, but not this one. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 4
    • When Charlie opened the door, he saw zombies staring at him with milk eyes.
    CLUE: The final sentence in our story has 7 words. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 5
    • Charlie grabbed his backpack, and ran out the back into the pouring rain like a deer running from a mountain lion.
    CLUE: The third word of the final sentence is the first word of a sentence that is an example of Imagery foreshadowing oncoming doom. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 6
    • The nearest place to hide was the cold, dark, dreary cemetery covered in silky spider webs and crumbling headstones where black earthworms had feasted for years.
    CLUE: The sixth word of the final sentence is one of the 2 words that is used to make a Simile. But, it is not the type used in the example of a Simile with food. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 7
    • With the zombies closing in, Charlie reached into his bag, hoping to find an object that could be his rainbow of hope.
    CLUE: The seventh, and final word of the final sentence of our story is a proper noun from the first example of Symbolism. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page
  • Page 8
    • When he pulled his hand out, all he had was his last birthday cupcake, made by his mom for his special day.
    CLUE: The fifth word of the final sentence is the third-to-last word of an example of Imagery showing a dangerous place. Click Here for Table of Contents Previous Page Next Page