Author's Craft: Creative Language Posters Set

Item: 159181

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Item #:  159181
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Encourage Students To Hone Creative Language Skills With Eight Colorful Posters

These eight colorful posters remind students of the power of creative language. Each poster defines one device and includes an example from a well-known work of literature. A reproducible is on the back of each poster.

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Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
  • Eight posters
    Size: 9 1/2" by 12" each, laminated

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 5 reviews)


Easy To Understand (4)
Relevant (3)
Informative (3)


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Reviewed by 5 Customers
4 Stars

Good review of figurative language

I would use these posters as a reference tool for state test preparation
By Brenda from Hartville, OH
About Me: Everyday Reader
4 Stars

Great way to review

Very colorful, a great way to help students remember about these types of reading they will come across. They could be a little larger in size, but if you don't have wall space, then these are great.
By catshorses from , PA
About Me: Bookworm
5 Stars

Gets right to the point.

Easy for high school ELL students to understand & use as a reference too.
By Handtalker2k from Riverside, CA
About Me: Everyday Reader
5 Stars

Good and Bright

The can be kept together or torn apart into 4 seperate posters.
By Mr. Rudey from , WI
About Me: Everyday Reader
5 Stars


Catches the student's eye. Great reference tool.
By SandiB from Redlands, CA
About Me: Everyday Reader