Figurative Language

November10

Figurative language is something that makes books more enjoyable to read and makes our writing more interesting. Figurative language is used in poetry, songs, narratives or when we are talking to our friends are family. Watch the videos below to refresh your mind about the different types of figurative language. Can you think of any other examples of figurative language? Please share in your comments below.

Wing It

October3

This little video contains clues about our NEW Inquiry topic for Term 4. Can you guess our NEW Inquiry Topic?

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What questions came to your mind while watching this video? What did you think the ‘main idea’ was? Who are the main characters and what characteristics would you use to describe these characters? (Can you think about any evidence) Challenge #1: How long ago do you think setting was for this video? Challenge #2: The title ‘wing it’ is also figurative language (an idiom), do you know what ‘wing it’ it means? And lastly, any guesses about our NEW Inquiry topic for Term 4?

Figurative Language

August17

At the end of the video there is a mini quiz! They give you examples of figurative language and you have to decide what type of figurative language they use.

Challenge…can you answer the questions that are asked at the end of the video clip?

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