Grace’s canoe trip answer key

Grace’s canoe trip answer key
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1 simile metaphor personification hyperbole *Use For* Homework Bell Work Class Work Review Test Prep Assessment imlovinlit.blogspot.com idiom alliteration onomatopoeia allusion

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3 Figurative Language Stories TABLE OF CONTENTS Story 1: Task A 1 Story 1: Task B 2 Story 1: Task C 3 Story 1: Task D 4 Story 2: The Airport Task A 5 Story 2: The Airport Task B 6 Story 2: The Airport Task C 7 Story 2: The Airport Task D 8 Story 3: Dad s Barbecue Task A 9 Story 3: Dad s Barbecue Task B 10 Story 3: Dad s Barbecue Task C 11 Story 3: Dad s Barbecue Task D 12 Story 4: Grace s Canoe Trip Task A 13 Story 4: Grace s Canoe Trip Task B 14 Story 4: Grace s Canoe Trip Task C 15 Story 4: Grace s Canoe Trip Task D 16 Story 5: The Dainty Dragon Task A 17 Story 5: The Dainty Dragon Task B 18 Story 5: The Dainty Dragon Task C 19 Story 5: The Dainty Dragon Task D 20 Story 6: Party in Room 302 Task A 21 Story 6: Party in Room 302 Task B 22 Story 6: Party in Room 302 Task C 23 Story 6: Party in Room 302 Task D 24 Interactive Notebook Versions for Task A Stories Answer Keys Credits 43 imlovinlit.blogspot.com

4 Task A: Identify Figurative Language Find, underline, and label each instance of figurative language in the paragraph. Check it on the list as you go. You should find: simile (2) personification (2) idiom metaphor alliteration (2) allusion hyperbole onomatopoeia (2) Tonight was the night she had been waiting for. was head over heels for Prince Patrick and she had finally persuaded her father to allow her to attend the annual royal ball. She could hardly wait. Upon hearing the news, Penelope had sprinted like a cheetah all the way down to the royal dress shop to pick out the perfect dress. As she searched through the racks, each dress seemed to shudder with excitement, waiting to be chosen. Glancing around, Penelope s eyes landed on the most beautiful dress ever made. The dress was a sparkling ruby as it reflected light from every angle. Penelope thought the dress must be the color of Dorothy s slippers. Trying on the dress. Penelope knew it was meant to be worn by her. Now at the ball, her dress swished as she passed the prince. When she turned around, she found his eyes fixed on hers like laser beams. imlovinlit.blogspot.com 1

5 Task B: Analyze Figurative Language Read the story again. Then, answer the questions. Tonight was the night she had been waiting for. was head over heels for Prince Patrick and she had finally persuaded her father to allow her to attend the annual royal ball. She could hardly wait. Upon hearing the news, Penelope had sprinted like a cheetah all the way down to the royal dress shop to pick out the perfect dress. As she searched through the racks, each dress seemed to shudder with excitement, waiting to be chosen. Glancing around, Penelope s eyes landed on the most beautiful dress ever made. The dress was a sparkling ruby as it reflected light from every angle. Penelope thought the dress must be the color of Dorothy s slippers. Trying on the dress. Penelope knew it was meant to be worn by her. Now at the ball, her dress swished as she passed the prince. When she turned around, she found his eyes fixed on hers like laser beams. 1. In line 1, the princess s name contains alliteration. Which of the following last names for the princess would be consistent with this alliteration? a) Jones b) Phillips c) Peterson d) Queen 2. Read the simile in line 4. How did the princess run to the royal dress shop? a) sluggishly b) merrily c) swiftly d) despairingly 3. In line 4, which of the following words could best be substituted for the word cheetah without changing the meaning of the simile or the sentence? a) Olympic runner b) quickly c) puppy d) lightning 4. In order to understand the allusion in line 8, the reader must a) know someone named Dorothy b) be familiar with The Wizard of Oz c) have slippers like Dorothy s d) be able to correctly define allusion 5. Identify the idiom in lines 1-2 and write it on the line: What is the meaning of this idiom? Write an original sentence that contains this idiom and implies its meaning. imlovinlit.blogspot.com 2

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6 Task C: Modify Figurative Language In Task A, you found 12 instances of figurative language in the story. Choose any 5 of the 12 instances of figurative language and rewrite them, using the table below. If you choose a simile, you must write a new simile. Do not change one form of figurative language to another. There are two examples in the table to help you. Figurative Language Original (from the story) New (my own) alliteration Lady Laura metaphor the dress was a sparkling ruby the dress was a sea of red imlovinlit.blogspot.com 3

7 Task D: Revise Figurative Language Using the original story from Task A and your new figurative language from Task C, copy the story, inserting your own modifications in place of the originals. Underline or highlight the five modifications that you made. imlovinlit.blogspot.com 4

8 Interactive Notebook Version This version of Task A is sized just right to fit on one composition notebook page. Glue the checklist on the opposite page (left side) and the story on the right. Tonight was the night she had been waiting for. was head over heels for Prince Patrick and she had finally persuaded her father to allow her to attend the annual royal ball. She could hardly wait. Upon hearing the news, Penelope had sprinted like a cheetah all the way down to the royal dress shop to pick out the perfect dress. As she searched through the racks, each dress seemed to shudder with excitement, waiting to be chosen. Glancing around, Penelope s eyes landed on the Checklist: simile (2) metaphor hyperbole personification (2) alliteration (2) onomatopoeia (2) idiom allusion most beautiful dress ever made. The dress was a sparkling ruby as it reflected light from every angle. Penelope thought the dress must be the color of Dorothy s slippers. Trying on the dress. Penelope knew it was meant to be worn by her. Now at the ball, her dress swished as she passed the prince. When she turned around, she found his eyes fixed on hers like laser beams. imlovinlit.blogspot.com 25

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9 Task A: Identify Figurative Language Find, underline, and label each instance of figurative language in the paragraph. Check it on the list as you go. You should find: simile (2) personification (2) idiom metaphor alliteration (2) allusion hyperbole onomatopoeia (2) Tonight was the night she had been waiting for. was head over heels for Prince Patrick and she had finally persuaded idiom her father to allow her to attend the annual royal ball. She could hardly wait. Upon hearing the news, Penelope had sprinted like a cheetah all the way down to the royal dress shop to pick out the perfect dress. As she searched through the racks, each dress seemed to shudder with excitement, waiting to be chosen. Glancing around, Penelope s eyes personification landed on the most beautiful dress ever made. The dress was a sparkling ruby as it reflected light from every angle. Penelope thought metaphor alliteration the dress must be the color of Dorothy s slippers. Trying on the dress. Penelope knew it was meant to be worn by her. Now at the ball, her dress swished as she passed the prince. When she turned around, she onomatopoeia personification hyperbole found his eyes fixed on hers like laser beams. simile allusion simile alliteration onomatopoeia imlovinlit.blogspot.com 31

10 Task B: Analyze Figurative Language Read the story again. Then, answer the questions. Tonight was the night she had been waiting for. was head over heels for Prince Patrick and she had finally persuaded her father to allow her to attend the annual royal ball. She could hardly wait. Upon hearing the news, Penelope had sprinted like a cheetah all the way down to the royal dress shop to pick out the perfect dress. As she searched through the racks, each dress seemed to shudder with excitement, waiting to be chosen. Glancing around, Penelope s eyes landed on the most beautiful dress ever made. The dress was a sparkling ruby as it reflected light from every angle. Penelope thought the dress must be the color of Dorothy s slippers. Trying on the dress. Penelope knew it was meant to be worn by her. Now at the ball, her dress swished as she passed the prince. When she turned around, she found his eyes fixed on hers like laser beams. 1. In line 1, the princess s name contains alliteration. Which of the following last names for the princess would be consistent with this alliteration? a) Jones b) Phillips c) Peterson d) Queen 2. Read the simile in line 4. How did the princess run to the royal dress shop? a) sluggishly b) merrily c) swiftly d) despairingly 3. In line 4, which of the following words could be substituted for the word cheetah without changing the meaning of the simile or the sentence? a) Olympic runner b) quickly c) puppy d) lightning 4. In order to understand the allusion in line 8, the reader must a) know someone named Dorothy b) be familiar with The Wizard of Oz c) have slippers like Dorothy s d) be able to correctly define allusion 5. Identify the idiom in lines 1-2 and write it on the line: head over heels What is the meaning of this idiom? In this story, head over heels refers to being in love with someone or being excited by someone. Write an original sentence that contains this idiom and implies its meaning. After 35 years of marriage, my grandparents are still head over heels for each other. imlovinlit.blogspot.com 32

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