The flowers danced in the wind, swaying in the breeze.
Ie. Mary Todd Lincoln burst into the room, and the bright gaslight confirmed to her that this was not a nightmare as she hoped it was – it was real.
What type of figurative language is that?
Figurative Language Remediation
Group 1: Will review the different types of Figurative Language with Mrs. O
Group 2: Will complete a Frayer Model on their own for 4 types of Figurative Language
Part 2: Read Ch. 5 of Chasing Lincoln’s Killer pgs. 78-85
Begin To Create Logo Galleria - Of What We Are Learning This Week.
You will receive a piece of construction paper and colored pencils and you will create a graphic depiction (such as a logo or coat of arms) that involves everything you learn this week each day. At the end of class take the last 5 minutes to draw. Tuesday's Learning - Find an example of figurative language from Chasing Lincoln’s Killer.