Tuesday 5/12 A- day Wednesday 5/13 B-day Warm Up SOL Practice Book Club Check-Ins Vocabulary Set 8.

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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> Tuesday 5/12 A- day Wednesday 5/13 B-day Warm Up SOL Practice Book Club Check-Ins Vocabulary Set 8 </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> Figurative Language/Poetry DIRECTIONS: Read the following poem then answer the questions. It Must Be Spring Hush, Can you hear it? The rustling in the grass, Bringing you the welcome news Winter's day is past. Soft, Can you feel it? The warm caressing breeze, Telling you the sticky buds Are bursting on the trees. Look, Can you see them? The primrose in the lane, Now you must believe it - Spring is here again. May Fenn Can you hear it?/The rustling in the grass,/Bringing you the welcome news (1-3) These lines from the poem are an example of which of the following? A. Simile B. Hyperbole C. Personification D. Nothing Why does the author use personification to illustrate how it is now spring time? A. Because it makes it seem as though spring is a person who is arriving, which seems more real B. They did not do that on purpose C. Its not personification it is a metaphor D. Because it makes it seem more fanciful and pretty </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> Vocabulary Set 8 As each vocabulary word comes up use context clues to try and piece together the meaning Remember DO NOT fill in sentences right now only the definition </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> SOL Practice Please complete the next section of the released SOL. Treat this like a real SOL this a SILENT INDIVIDUAL activity Please write your answers in your journals DO NOT WRITE ON THE TESTS! When you finish bring the packet back to me and complete Book Club Check-Ins 1B and 1C </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Book Club Check-Ins Complete Check-Ins 1B and 1C Remember one of your check-ins for this set has to be the citation square (all you are doing is creating the correct MLA citation that would go on a work cited page) When you are finished you may read silently </li> </ul>

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