Figurative Language in Song Lyrics Music Presentation - Poetry Introduction
Teach figurative language in song lyrics with this ready-to-use presentation. This slideshow uses current music lyrics to teach literary devices used in poetry like metaphor, simile, personification, alliteration, hyperbole, and more. This makes an excellent poetry introduction presentation to familiarize students with the common figurative language they will encounter in the poems they read. It will also engage and hook them into your poetry unit with the modern music examples provided!
This 13-slide Powerpoint presentation includes a variety of figurative language types that students will encounter in your poetry unit. Each slide includes a definition of the literary term as well as an example taken from modern lyrics.
Some of the musical artists include Taylor Swift, Drake, Rihanna, John Legend, Dynamite, Billie Eilish, and many more, so you can be confident your students will be totally engaged.
This resource is also editable if you have access to the PowerPoint software, so if there is a particular artist that is popular in your classroom, you can easily swap out one of the lyrics.
The slides of the presentation can also easily be printed and displayed as figurative language posters on your bulletin board!
This presentation includes definitions and examples of the following literary devices:
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