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Hyperbole Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Do Now
    Take out your reading notebook
    Share with your partner the examples you found for personification and Onomatopoeia from last week
  • 2. Literary Device: Hyperbole
  • 3. Last week..
    We learned that when reading, good readers can detect and identify different types of literary device used by the authors!
    We studied the difference between simile and metaphor
    We also talked about personification and Onomatopoeia
    Today, I want to teach you another literary device often used by writers called…
  • 4. What is Hyperbole?
    Using exaggeration to make a point!
    Exaggeration = making something seem larger, better, worse, or more important than it really is..
    Example: “I wouldn’t go to the movies with you if you were the last person on earth!”
  • 5. Percy Examples
    “She (Mrs. Dodds) looked mean enough to ride a Harley right into your locker.” (Ch1 p.4)
    “The card was in fancy script, which was murder on my dyslexic eyes…” (Ch2, p.24)
    “We’re getting on the bus,” he (Grover) told me. “Come on.” “What?” I said. “It’s a thousand degrees in there.” (Ch2, p26)
    “They went back to their conversation as if I’d never existed.” (Ch2 p. 23)
  • 6. Independent Reading
    In your independent reading book, find as many examples of Hyperbole as possible.
    Make a list of examples in your reading notebook
    Find your favorite example(s), and write on a post-it, and post it!