Process

 

Phase I

FLIP BOOK

Independent Study

  1. Continue to scroll down and read all the materials in the hyperlinks first before creating your Flip Book. There is no "save"  function on the Flip Book. The Flip Book must be done in one sitting.

  2. Write notes about information that you will include in your Flip Book.

  3. There are 6 kinds of figurative language that should be included in the Flip Book.

  4. Create a multimedia Flip Book that contains all of the following types of figurative language: idioms, analogies, hyperbole, personification, similes, and metaphors.

  5. Research, discover, and write the answers to each question on each page of the flip book.                                                 

  6. Print this book at the end of your work;

  7. Apply this knowledge when you create your project.

 

 

Materials Needed

    1. Paper

    2. Pencil or Pen

    3. Possibly your flash drive

 

 

Tab 1 - Idioms

      Include the answers to all the questions. 

  1.   What are idioms?

  2.  How are idioms used in writing?

  3.  Why are idioms used?

  4. What is their purpose?

  5.  Ideas for using idioms when I retell my story?

  6.  What kind of idioms could I use?

  7. Compose three original sentences that employ idioms.

 

 

Tab 2 - Analogies  

                Include the answers to all the questions.  

  1. What are analogies?

  2. How are analogies used in writing?

  3. Why are analogies used?

  4. What is their purpose?

  5. Ideas for using analogies when I retell my story?

  6. What kind of analogies could I use?    

  7. Write three original sentences that employ analogies.

  8. Practice all of the below quizzes.

  9. Quiz - take this quiz, print it, write your name on it.

 

 


Tab 3 - Similes

       Include the answers to all the questions.

  1. What are similes?

  2. How are similes used in writing?

  3. Why are similes used?

  4. What is their purpose?

  5. Ideas for using similes when I retell my story?

  6. What kind of similes could I use?

  7. Write three original sentences that employ similes.

 

Tab 4 - Metaphors

       Include the answers to all the questions.

  1. What are metaphors?

  2. How are metaphors used in writing?

  3. Why are metaphors used?

  4. What is their purpose?

  5. Ideas for using metaphors when I retell my story?

  6. Take this test. Copy and paste it into a WORD   DOCUMENT. Write your name at the top and PRINT the document .

  7. Write three original sentences that employ  metaphors.

 

Tab 5 - Hyperbole   

         Include the answers to all the questions.                                      

Tab 6 - Personification                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Include the answers to all the questions.

Phase II 

 

 

 Retell a Favorite Folk or Fairy Tale 

 

  1. You will be working with a partner on this project.

  2. Research known and new fables, fairy tales, stories, and nursery rhymes.

  3. Review the below project choices and make your selection.

  4. Plan a new ending to the tale. It may include any of these elements: a different point of view, a new character, and/or a new plot "twist" or conflict for a new or popular folk or fairy tale.

  5.  Select and include in your tale no less than 2 examples of each form of figurative language: idioms, analogies, hyperbole,  personification, simile, and metaphor.

  6. Experiment with all six kinds of figurative language and include in your "Re-Tale"  no less than two examples of each form of figurative language: idioms, analogies, hyperbole, personification, simile, and metaphor.

 

 

 

Sources


Choices for your "Re-Tale"
  1. Create a comic strip on a poster board.
  2. Create a mock trial that defends the new point of view.
  3. Write a play creating original dialog for all characters.
  4. Write and illustrate a poem.
  5. Create a video that retells the tale in a booktalk format.
  6. Write a puppet show and create the puppets.
  7. Create a graphic slide show to retell your tale.
  8. Write and Illustrate the retell of your tale.