Literary devices posters help students understand and appreciate the pronunciation and definition of top fifteen literary terms. Included in this printable are posters that show pronunciation, definition, and examples
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Figurative language is not only found in literature, but it has now become a significant part of the Common Core. Students are expected to be able to define, identify and apply figurative language in stories, poetry and other forms of literature.Below, is a set of 12 figurative language task cards (Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration, Personification, Onomatopoeia, Pun, Allusion, Idiom, Paradox, Oxymoron, Hyperbole, Cliche), which include the definition and example/s.