First, students colored musical notes that had the various forms of figurative language we studied written on them.
Next, students cut out the musical notes and matched them with the figurative language on a musical staff.
Finally, students backed their musical notes on a sheet of yellow construction paper.
Once students had their muscial notes matched up correctly, they then completed a worksheet to demonstrate their understanding of figurative language. The completed product was used as a study tool to help the students prepare for their unit test on figurative language. I was also able to use the worksheet as a form of formative assessment.
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