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Todays Focus is SOUND DEVICES. Use your prior knowledge and your classmates to complete the notes guide. You may also use your RJ text if needed.
Alliteration: repeating the same sound at he beginning of a series of words Assonance: repeating the same vowel sound in the middle of a series of words Onomatopoeia: words that imitate sounds Rhythm: the musicality or beat of a poem; found in the syllables/emphasis in each line – there must be a clear pattern Repetition: repeating words or phrases in poem Rhyme Scheme: the pattern of end rhyme in a poem; labeled with letters, such as: AABB CCDD EEFF
Summer Skin Squeaky swings and tall grass The longest shadows ever cast The water's warm and children swim And we frolicked about in our summer skin I don't recall a single care Just greenery and humid air Then Labor day came and went And we shed what was left of our summer skin On the night you left I came over And we peeled the freckles from our shoulders Our brand new coats so flushed and pink And I knew your heart I couldn't win Cause the season's change was a conduit And we'd left our love in our summer skin
Say to them, Say to the down-keepers, The sun-slappers The harmony-hushers. a. Onomatopoeia b. Alliteration c. Rhyme d. Rhythm
I see the green sheen of the deep green sea. a. Onomatopoeia b. Alliteration c. Rhyme d. Assonance
a. Onomatopoeia b. Alliteration c. Rhyme d. Rhythm The rusty spigot Sputters, Utters A splutter, Spatters a smattering of drops, Gashes wider; Slash, Splatters, Scatters, Spurts, Finally stops sputtering And plash! Gushes rushes splashes Clear water dashes.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall a. Onomatopoeia b. Alliteration c. Personification d. Rhythm