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Simile and Metaphors (Night-concept 4)

Simile and Metaphors (Night-concept 4)

Author: Nichole Carter
Description:

Currently working on: CCSS 8.W.9 Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research. 

At the end of this tutorial students will: 

1. Understand why author's and readers use and understand figurative language.

2. Apply their knowledge of simile and metaphors to figure out the implicit meaning from quotes taken from the novel Night.

 

CCSS 8.W.9
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
 

Identify key ideas and details that support conclusions
Cite textual evidence to analyze explicit text
Draw evidence from key ideas and details as support for further research
Analyze key ideas and details as evidence of understanding text
Reflect on key ideas and details as evidence of support and understanding

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Tutorial

Directions

1. Sign into Sophia!

2. Watch the video and take notes

3. Fill out the digital WSQ

4. Take the quiz!

Tonight's video

Source: Created by Nichole Carter, power point and screencastomatic.com

Quick Side Note:

If you don't watch the video you miss out on notes, and a cute picture of Mrs. Carter's dog Winston! 

*Oh and don't forget to do the digital submission please! 

Slides to the above video

Source: Created by Nichole Carter, power point.

Digital WSQ

Source: Created by Nichole Carter, original idea from Crystal Kirch