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Oklahoma 5th Grade Reading PASS Obj 4.3b

Oklahoma 5th Grade Reading PASS Obj 4.3b

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  • 1. Similes, Metaphors,Hyperboles, Personification,& Idioms in PoetryOklahoma 5th Grade ReadingPASS Objective 4.3.b
  • 2. These are all figures of speech, that once we start tolook at them, you will find even you use them quiteoften.Before we can see how each of these would/could beused in poetry, we have to know what exactly each ofthem is....so, let’s look at them!
  • 3. What is a Simile? A simile is an easy way to compare two things using the words “like,” “as,” or “than”. As long as you compare one thing to another, even if they’re not alike, it is considered a simile.
  • 4. Some Similes... He’s as tall as a tree. She’s as smart as a whip. Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get. I’m as blind as a bat without my glasses.
  • 5. Simile in Poetry Your teeth are like stars; They come out at night. They come back at dawn When they’re ready to bite. by Denise Rogers
  • 6. Simile in Poetry Your teeth are like stars; They come out at night. Where is They come back at dawn the simile? When they’re ready to bite. by Denise Rogers
  • 7. Simile in Poetry Your teeth are like stars; They come out at night. Where is They come back at dawn the simile? When they’re ready to bite. by Denise Rogers
  • 8. What is a Metaphor?A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is appliedto an object or action to which it is not literallyapplicable (comparison between two dissimilar things).
  • 9. Some MetaphorsThe assignment was a breeze.The defense was a rock.She is drowning in money.He really ruffled her feathers.
  • 10. Metaphors in Poetry Tranquility Time slides a gentle ocean waves upon waves, washing the shore, loving the shore. by Star Fields
  • 11. Metaphors in Poetry Tranquility Time slides a gentle ocean Where is waves upon waves, the metaphor? washing the shore, loving the shore. by Star Fields
  • 12. Metaphors in Poetry Tranquility Time slides a gentle ocean Where is waves upon waves, the metaphor? washing the shore, loving the shore. by Star Fields
  • 13. What is a Hyperbole? Another type of figurative language that is often confused with similes and metaphors because it compares two objects. The difference is, a hyperbole is an exaggeration.
  • 14. Some HyperbolesHis feet were as big as a barge.I nearly died laughing.If I’ve told you once, I’ve told you a million times.I was hopping mad.
  • 15. Hyperbole in Poetry The Christmas Tree by Natasha Niemi Momma bought a tree bigger than Jack’s giant. The branches were so long, They gave each other huge bear hugs. It took a million lights To even make the tree seem half awake And a thousand gifts to soothe The giant’s appetite.
  • 16. What is Personification? A figure of speech where non-human objects (plants, animals, etc.) are given human characteristics.
  • 17. Personification ExamplesJustice is blind.Money is the only friend I have.The sorry engine took it’s last breath.The Halloween pumpkin smiled at me.
  • 18. Personification in Poetry Dinnertime Chorus by Sharon Hendricks The teapot sang as the water boiled. The ice cubes cackled in their glass. The teacups chattered to one another. While the chairs were passing gas, The gravy gurgled merrily, As the oil danced in a pan. Oh my dinnertime chorus What a lovely, lovely clan!
  • 19. What is an Idiom? Figurative language that becomes common speech that doesn’t correspond to a literal meaning.
  • 20. Idiom ExamplesShe is pulling my leg.I cried my eyes out.I wish you’d get out of my hair.Joe is a pain in the neck.
  • 21. Idioms in Poetry Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining I’ve looked up to the sky, Counted all the clouds with a silver lining, There are none. Not one single trace of silver in the grey.