Figurative Language - Part Two

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Grade Level
Middle School
Length of Time
1 hour

In this lesson, students will write a paragraph for each term they wrote definitions for in Part One.


Students will learn:
To use each of the figurative language terms in paragraphs
To improve their creative writing skills

Materials Needed

Their sheets they submitted for Part One
Pencils and Erasers or Pens and Whiteouts
Notebook paper


First, they will need their papers they did for Part One.

Then, they will write a paragraph for each term. This exercise will help them to use these terms in their writing. Using figurative language makes writing more descriptive and alive.

Finally, they will submit their paragraphs for you to grade.


You can grade their papers on sentence structure, use of each term, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

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