Thursday, June 30, 2016
On Teachers Write today, we had a Quick Write which included a little lesson about metaphors from Liz Garton Scanlon.
Here is my attempt at making a metaphor out of two seemingly unrelated words, an emotion and an object, randomly put together. To find out how to practice or teach this to your students, click on Quick Write link above.
Worry is like a river. It runs on and on and never tires even though the depth may change.
Heat is like a meadow. The sun beats it down all day without reprieve.
Fear is like the wind in a tree. It ruffles every leaf and penetrates your whole being.
Exhausted is like a fishing pole. It tires after working all day to make only one catch.
Posted by Tracy J Hora
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