I found a few video clips from YouTube that help advertise different types of figurative language and literary terms in class. To read more about my philosophy and approach to using media and visuals, read this post.
With SMARTBoards and Edmodo, it is easy to share these videos with students during class or at home.
Onomatopoeia is usually pretty easy for students by the middle school level. As part of my effort to reach all learners with visuals and a media tie-in, I love to introduce onomatopoeia with this seemingly unrelated, but ironically related, video.
Nothing says personification like talking teapots, dancing silverware, and frisky feather-dusters.
This YouTube video covers the following: symbolism, foreshadowing, flashback, atmosphere, and plot twists with Disney clips. There is a short “quiz” at the end.
You could also use BYOT to have students create their own videos on these concepts.
For example, this video featuring…
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