MINI- LESSONS
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
DOUBLE JEOPARDY
Name that trait!
FIGURES OF SPEECH #2
100
Words that sound alike
What are homophones
100
Comparing two things using like or as.
What is a simile?
100
tool for television or isolated
What is a remote?
100
The people, animals or objects a story centers around
What are the characters?
100
It was a piece of cake.
What is an idiom?
200
Words that are opposites.
What are antonyms
200
Comparing two things without using like or as.
What is a metaphor?
200
a gift or today
What is a present?
200
The location of the story/play
What is the setting?
200
Bud walked over to the woodpile as cool as a cucumber.
What is a simile?
300
Words that look the same, but they have different meanings and different pronunciations (sometimes)
What are homographs?
300
Words in a phrase that do not mean exactly what the phrase says.
What is an idiom?
300
very small or 60 seconds
What is a minute?
300
The voice that tells the story. Sometimes a character in the story
What is a narrator?
300
Miss Thomas's voice was the sun bursting through the clouds.
What is a metaphor?
400
The author of a play
What is the playwright?
400
Phrases of exaggeration.
What are hyperboles?
400
in the alphabet or a mailed note
What is a letter?
400
A summary of the story or chain of events
What is the plot?
400
I've told you a million times to do your homework.
What is a hyperbole?
500
The moral/lesson of a story.
What is the theme?
500
Phrases that have nonhuman things taking on human characteristics.
What is personification?
500
the goal or without bias
What is objective?
500
Helps you understand the meaning of the word without a definition
What are context clues?
500
Bang! Crash! Boom!
What is Onomatopoeia?
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