Figurative Language WebQuest - Honors LB

 This web quest will allow you to revisit terms you have learned before and perhaps even learn some new ones! 

Objectives you will strive to achieve in this task:

  1. You will define key figurative language terms.

  2. You will be able to identify examples of each type of figurative language from the internet.

  3. You will be able to write/create their own examples of each type of figurative language and create an image to reflect it.

Task: Open up a google document within google classroom. For each of the following terms, complete the steps below in the document. Put each term on its on page in the document. Remember to put headings and identify all items clearly.

Step One: Define the term

Step Two: Find a good example of the term.

Step Three: Create your own written example of the term.

Step Four: Create an image of the example (can be a combination of digital or print)

Use these Terms for STEPS ONE - FOUR: anaphora, antagonist, alliteration, assonance, allusion, characterization, conflict, connotation, denotation, diction, foreshadowing, hyperbole, imagery, metaphor, mood, motif, oxymoron, parallelism, personification, point of view, paradox, setting, symbolism, theme, tone (25)

Use the following websites in accomplishing your task:

https://youtu.be/5EqG5v07R24 --- alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole

https://youtu.be/U_pxfifB6Co ---Metaphor, simile, personification, allusion, hyperbole, foreshadowing, alliteration

http://www.frostfriends.org/figurative.html ---examples of figurative language in Robert Frost poems

http://www.literarydevices.com/ -- almost all of them

The students will print all their final documents and staple it into a figurative language booklet with the terms in alphabetical order.

RUBRIC

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1HY17fSLtYzY19vMnQ4MlIxMmc/view?usp=sharing

If you have accomplished the tasks set before in this WebQuest, then you will have successfully reviewed the figurative language terms necessary to proceed successfully in the Literature and English class.