Sunday, October 9, 2011

Literary Device and Figurative Language Posters Revised

Good Morning!

After several requests for added terms, I have revised and updated my Literary Devices Posters!  These posters now contain...

1.  Alliteration
2.  Simile
3.  Metaphor
4.  Onomatopoeia
5.  Hyperbole
6.  Personification
7.  Synonym
8.  Antonym
9.  Homophone
10.  Idiom




Let me know if there is anything else I can create or add to these posters!

Enjoy!





Literary Devices PDF

21 comments:

Ginger Snaps said...

These are great! Thank you!

Ginger said...

Awesome! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for these! They are wonderful!

For some reason, the metaphor one won't come up... any ideas?!

Mary said...

Thanks for letting me know about the metaphor. I'll look into it :)

Jody said...

We just started figurative language this week...thank you, thank you!! These are amazing...and so is your generosity of spirit!! Thanks so much!!

Chanda said...

Thank you so much for adding to your posters. They are best ones that I have seen and now they I have all of the ones I need. You are very talented!

Kim said...

Hi Mary:

I love these! They are so cute and colorful!
I printed them about 8 seconds after I saw them!

I do have one (tiny) request...

If you ever find yourself in an editing mood... on the simile poster, could you write a sentence instead of a phrase? I'm not trying to be picky or ungrateful. It's just that my kids constantly write run-ons or sentence fragments--and I am always trying to put up sentences from which they can model their own (It hasn't worked yet, but I keep trying!)

Even: Jeremy is as tall as a giraffe... or whoever else you love.
: )

That would make my heart sing (Since I can't figure out how to edit on Scribd) All of the others are just perfect!

Thanks SO much! (I really am appreciative of all the work you did!)

Kim
Finding JOY in 6th Grade

Mary said...

Hi Kim,
I updated the poster. Just added, He is as tall as a giraffe. It is uploaded onto Scribd already. Glad I could help!

Mary said...

The slight typo has been fixed, thanks for the heads up! Sometimes when you stare at these things for so long, your eyes tend to go cross! :)

Sparklee said...

These are so helpful and fun! Thanks for sharing!

The Writing Garden said...

Thanks so much for these!

I was wondering if you might like to make posters for various text structures like compare/contrast, cause/effect etc.? :)

Thanks!

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JillB said...

These are great! As for a suggestion, how about creating one for synecdoche?

YearntoLearn said...

Great posters. Thanks.


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mc82 said...

Awesome posters with great examples. Are you able to include symbolism and imagery?

Andrea McEvoy said...

Hi Mary, I love these posters! I am trying to help my students "spice" up their writing with some figurative language and these posters will help greatly! Thanks!!!

Andrea
One Teacher's Take

Erin B said...
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Erin B said...

Hi Mary! I've already got these posters - am hanging them in my classroom right now! Thank you for sharing. One thing... I downloaded these before you fixed the "enourmous" on the synonym page, and now I can't access the new one on Scribd. Any chance you could e-mail me the pdf of that one page so I can complete the set?
Thanks again!

marykay said...

Hi Mary- Love the posters, but I having a tough time opening them. Any advice? Thanks- Marykay

joy2001 said...

These are so helpful! Great visuals, especially for my ELLs. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Where is the parody one?