- 6.1: Figurative Language
- This section discusses various examples of figurative language. Some of the common types addressed here are: simile, metaphor, and personification. Students will additionally learn about the difference between denotation and connotation and how these affect how we read, and use, language.
- 6.2: Making Inferences
- This section discusses the importance of being able to "read between the lines" to make reasonable inferences. There are specific elements in a text to look for so making inferences may be appropriately accomplished.