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                                         Middle School Adolescent
   Social Skill Strategies (2nd Ed.)
A Social-Emotional Curriculum
for Adolescents (Two Book Combo)
Grades 6–12
by Nancy Gajewski, Polly Hirn, and Patty Mayo
• Two-book reproducible social-emotional curriculum for preadolescent/adolescent students
• Book A teaches introductory and general interaction skills, 353 pages, 81⁄2" x 11"
• BookBteachespersonalandpeerrelationshipskills: peer pressure, making a complaint and more. 403 pages
Social Skill Strategies (2nd Ed) (Books A & B)
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        Figurative Language
A Comprehensive Program Book
Grades 4 to Adult
by Kathleen A. Gorman-Gard
Increase understanding and production of six figurative language forms.
• 208 pages, 8 1⁄2" x 11"
• Multiple Meaning Words • Proverbs
• Metaphors and Similes • Idioms
• Humor (Jokes and Riddles) • Clichés & Slang
Figurative Language (2nd Ed.)
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100%® Language Intermediate
Grades 4-9 / Ages 9 and Up by Patti Halfman
• Six areas: Sequencing, Cause and Effect, Problem Solving, Opinions, Inferencing, and Paraphrasing
• 183 reproducible pages, 81⁄2" x 11"
100%® Language Intermediate Book
Saying One Thing,
Meaning Another
Activities for Clarifying Ambiguous Language
Grades 4 to Adult
by Cecile Cyrul Spector, Ph.D.
• Multiple meanings • Idioms
• Irony
• And more
• 270 pages, 8 1⁄2" x 11"
Saying One Thing, Meaning Another Book
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 Chapter 3: Idioms
!1. Jade was already angry with her sister for borrowing her favorite sweater and losing it. Now her sister was also using her makeup without asking. Her sister was just adding fuel to the fire.
a. Jade’s sister was pouring gasoline on a campfire. b. Jade’s sister was making a bad situation worse.
!2. Shakira and her friends were talking about the latest talk shows that feature family problems and Court TV shows that publicize the silliest lawsuits imaginable. Disgusted, Shakira said, “I am sick of people who air their dirty laundry in public!”
a. Shakira thinks people should not broadcast their personal, private problems in a public way.
b. Shakira thinks people should hang only clean clothes outside to dry.
Figurative Language © 2002 Thinking Publications
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Activity 1—Identifying Literal and Figurative Meanings of Idioms in Stories Form A
Name: ___________________________________ Date: ________________
Idioms are expressions that have two meanings—a literal meaning and a figurative meaning. Read each paragraph below. For each phrase in bold, choose the best mean- ing by circling either a or b. Then write an F or an L in the box to indicate whether the phrase is being used in a Figurative or a Literal way in the given paragraph. Be prepared to discuss your answers. Ask questions if you need assistance.
     GREAT Resource!
This book is VERY GOOD! What a wealth of information and activities! LOVE IT!
Michaela T., Wilmington, NC

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