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Name:____________________ Date:_____________________ Period:____________________ Figurative Language Comics Figurative language (metaphors, similes, personification, onomatopoeia, alliteration, hyperbole) can be used to make writing more vivid and in some cases humorous. Just like the examples from the funny pages of Blondie, Garfield and Pearls Before Swine, you will be creating a comic, which uses figurative language to enhance the humor. Your comic will: 1. contain at least two different figures of speech. 2. be four to six panels long. 3. be neat, colorful, and funny. Rubric 30-28 27-25 24-22 Self- A B C Evaluation Ideas Your comic Your comic Your comic contains contains a t lea st contains a t lea st at least two figures two figures of two figures of of speec h, but they speech tha t speec h tha t make might not enhance enhance your sense with your the story. story line. story line. Presentation Your comic is Your comic is Your comic is neatly drawn and neatly drawn and complete and color the lettering is the lettering is has been used. done with care. easy to read. The Lettering is The comic is comic is colorful, difficult to read. crea tive and but not very colorful. crea tive. Conventions There are no There are one to There are three to spelling or two spelling or four spelling or gra mmar gra mmar gra mmar mi stakes. mi stakes. mi stakes. Personification and Onomatopoeia make this comic humorous. The Far Side; Gary Larson
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