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Crispin: Figurative Language Activity #2
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Readers of Crispin: The Cross of Lead are asked to identify the type of figurative language used in lines drawn from Avi's novel.
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- If not used as an assessment, the worksheet could be used as a pair share activity
- Part of a series of activities designed to be used with a reading of Crispin
- Passages from the novel, and page numbers, are used for the assessment
- An answer sheet is included so that the text may be reused
- No answer key is included
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