Analogies 3 (Level 6)

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Positive and negative may be opposites, but what does that have to do with the words clean and filthy? Ask your pupils to consider word relationships as they complete the 10 analogies presented here. Note that the exercise gradually increases in difficulty by removing supports one at a time.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Assign this worksheet for homework
  • Invite learners to start the day with analogies to get them thinking and ready for learning
Classroom Considerations

  • The example may be a bit confusing to some learners; the bridge sentences and analogy shown are not related
  • This is part of a series of analogy worksheets for middle school

  • The bridge sentences not only support learners as they work on these analogies, but also give pupils a strategy they can use with analogies in the future
  • An answer key is provided

  • None
Common Core