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Your students may not know it yet but they’re already practically experts in the art of hyperbole. These resources will help them better understand how the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech can be an interesting way to express themselves as a writer.
Eboni has extensive experience in curriculum development, with a focus on culturally-responsive and arts-based approaches. Having spent years creating academic content and providing professional development to teachers, she now curates themed playlists meant to provide educators with valuable, time-saving resources.
Common Core ELA Standards
6-8.RH.4 Determine The Meaning Of Words And Phrases As They Are Used In A Text, Including Vocabulary Specific To Domains Related To History/Social Studies.
6-8.RH.6 Identify Aspects Of A Text That Reveal An Author’s Point Of View Or Purpose (E.G., Loaded Language, Inclusion Or Avoidance Of Particular Facts).
6.L.5 Demonstrate Understanding Of Figurative Language, Word Relationships, And Nuances In Word Meanings.
7.L.5 Demonstrate Understanding Of Figurative Language, Word Relationships, And Nuances In Word Meanings.
8.L.5 Demonstrate Understanding Of Figurative Language, Word Relationships, And Nuances In Word Meanings.
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