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1 Poetry Elements Come Together

2 Let’s Review ! Figurative Language Alliteration Hyperbole Metaphor Onomatopoeia Personification Simile

3 Let’s Review ! Diction Imagery Poetic Elements Tone Setting Mood Theme

4 Let’s Review ! Sound Devices Assonance Consonance Internal Rhyme End Rhyme Meter Repetition Rhyme Scheme Rhythm

5 Let’s Review ! Form Acrostic Ballad Cinquain Concrete Poem Couplet Diamonte Free Verse Haiku Limerick Lyric Narrative Poem Quatrain

6 How do all the elements combined create the meaning of the poem?

7 How do all the elements combined create the tone and mood of the poem?

8 What helps the author develop all the poetic elements of a poem?

9 What Do We Remember?

10 #1 The Racers Know by Anonymus

11 #2 Music by Kelly Meyer Voice of instruments fills the air Sounds of music everywhere. The violins sing As the tambourines ring.

12 #3 Mornings by Joel Walton Daybreak Alarm rings Mom enters Sadness comes I must get up

13 #4 Alligator by Chris Castro There once was an alligator named Cicilia If you ever saw her it would chill ya. She wore a hat. She was so fat. She was always trying to kill-ya.

14 #5 War and Peace by Ryan Young War run, hit stabbing, shooting, killing Vietnam, Iran, United States, Japan living, relaxing, singing harmony, free Peace

15 #6 Trumpet by Joel Griffin Trumpet Golden, gleaming Puckering, puffing, blowing Mean machine Bronze flower

16 #7 What the Doctor Said by Raymond Carver He said it doesn't look good he said it looks bad in fact real bad he said I counted thirty-two of them on one lung before I quit counting them I said I'm glad I wouldn't want to know about any more being there than that he said are you a religious man do you kneel down in forest groves and let yourself ask for help when you come to a waterfall mist blowing against your face and arms do you stop and ask for understanding at those moments I said not yet but I intend to start today he said I'm real sorry he said I wish I had some other kind of news to give you I said Amen and he said something else I didn't catch and not knowing what else to do and not wanting him to have to repeat it and me to have to fully digest it I just looked at him for a minute and he looked back it was then I jumped up and shook hands with this man who'd just given me something no one else on earth had ever given me I may have even thanked him habit being so strong

17 #8 Sailing by Justin Warwick My ship floats the sea I’ll drift to some distant place. Better get started!

18 #9 The Challenger by Sarah Moore In the year of 1986 The Challenger went up into space. On board were astronauts and a teacher Trying to find an unexplored place. The audience roared and were filled with hope. And finally the moment was here. The fans watched in awe… While it blew up, and they were full of fear. The teacher and six astronauts In a moment… They were gone. But they are up in space, At home, where they belong.

19 #10 Dust of Snow by Robert Frost The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued.

20 #11 Storms by Lisa Buchanan Look at how the clouds rumble Over the lovely navy sky The lightning flashes and trees tumble I’m just glad I’m not that high

21 #12 What kind of poem is it? / They are simple stories told in poetic form. / They are used as verses of songs

22 #13 What kind of poem is it? / Is a five-line poem describing a subject / This traditional pattern follows a syllable count: / 2-syllable title / 4-syllable word or phrase / 6-syllable phrase / 8-syllable phrase / 2-syllable word

23 #14 What kind of poem is it? Creates the shape of the poem’s subject

24 #15 What kind of poem is it? Composed of two-line stanzas that rhyme

25 #16 What kind of poem is it? / A type of poetry that shows change slowly occurring from the first line to the last line. / It is written in the shape of a diamond.

26 #17 What kind of poem is it? / Does not have a specific pattern. / Rhythm and the language are used to express an idea that makes the poem.

27 #18 What kind of poem is it? / A single thought expressed in three non-rhyming lines. / The first line has 5 syllables. / The second line has 7 syllables / The third line has 5 syllables.

28 #19 What kind of poem is it? / An amusing verse of five lines / Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme. / Lines 3 and 4 rhyme. / Line 5 refers back to line 1. / Lines 3 and 4 are usually shorter than the other lines.

29 #20 What kind of poem is it? / Focuses on sharing feelings and impressions. / Has a strong rhythm, or meter. / Includes rhyming words.

30 #21 What kind of poem is it? / These are four line poems. / The lines can rhyme in two patterns. / Lines one and two and three and four / Lines one and three and two and four

31 #22 What is the term? the repetition of sounds at the end of words

32 #23 What is the term? rhyme that occurs at the end of lines

33 #24 What is the term? rhyme that occurs within a line

34 #25 The underlined words are examples of ___________. Now a promise made is a debt unpaid, and the trail has its own stern code. In the days to come, though my lips were dumb, in my heart how I cursed that load.

35 #26 The underlined words are examples of ___________. Now a promise made is a debt unpaid, and the Trail has its own stern code. In the days to come, though my lips were dumb, In my heart how I cursed that load.

36 #27 Below is an examples of ___________. I quarreled with my brother,a I don’t know what about,b One thing led to anothera And somehow we fell out.b

37 #28 What is the term? pattern of rhymes in a poem

38 #29 What kind of poem is it? / A poem that tells a story. / Has literary elements: / Setting / Characters / Conflict / Resolution

39 #30 What is the term? repetition of consonant sounds in words that are close together.

40 #31 The highlighted words are examples of ___________. I chatter over stony ways, In little sharps and trebles I bubble into eddying bays, I babble on the pebbles.

41 #32 What is the term? same vowel sound is repeated in words that are close together

42 #33 The highlighted words are examples of ___________. By thirty hills I hurry down, Or slip between the ridges, By twenty thorpes, a little town, And half a hundred bridges.

43 #34 What is the term? when a poet uses the same word or words more than once in a line or a poem

44 #35 What is the term? the stressed and unstressed syllables in the line

45 #36 What type of figurative language is being used? He loves the scent of blossoming flowers and the warbles of birds.

46 #37 What type of figurative language is being used? I was so hungry that I even ate the plate!

47 #38 What type of figurative language is being used? My father was the sun and the moon to me.

48 #39 What type of figurative language is being used? The rain seemed like an old friend who had finally found us.

49 #40 What type of figurative language is being used? Her head was so full of ideas that it was ready to burst wide open.

50 #41 What type of figurative language is being used? Dessert was a dark chocolate covered brownie with slurpy, pink ice cream.

51 #42 What type of figurative language is being used? Your car sounded as if it were mad at us.

52 #43 What type of figurative language is being used? He was a library of information about baseball.

53 #44 Which poetic element is important to the mood in this poem? Winter Trees All the complicated details of the attiring and the disattiring are completed! A liquid moon moves gently among the long branches. Thus having prepared their buds against a sure winter the wise trees stand sleeping in the cold.

54 #45 What poetic element shows the author’s attitude towards his/her subject?

55 #46 What is the author’s tone? I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

56 #47 Clap the rhythm of the following stanza. I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

57 #48 What is the rhyme scheme of the following stanza. I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

58 #49 What mood is the author trying to convey? I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

59 #50 Give one example of rhyming words in the following stanza. I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

60 #51 What technique does the author use to address the five senses?

61 #52 What technique does the author use in the following line of poetry? The rain makes running pools in the gutter.

62 #53 The following is an example of what type of sound device? Up from the meadows rich with corn, Clear in the cool September morn, The clustered spires of Frederick stand Green-walled by the hills of Maryland.

63 #54 Based on the setting, what mood is set for the beginning of this poem? Up from the meadows rich with corn, Clear in the cool September morn, The clustered spires of Frederick stand Green-walled by the hills of Maryland.

64 #55 What tone does the author show regarding war by the following quotes? “To the eyes of the famished rebel horde,”

65 #1 Answer Concrete Poem

66 #2 Answer Couplet Poem

67 #3 Answer Free Verse Poem

68 #4 Answer Limerick Poem

69 #5 Answer Diamonte Poem

70 #6 Answer Cinquain Poem

71 #7 Answer Narrative Poem

72 #8 Answer Haiku Poem

73 #9 Answer Ballad Poem

74 #10 Answer Lyric Poem

75 #11 Answer Quatrain Poem

76 #12 Answer Ballad Poem

77 #13 Answer Cinquain Poem

78 #14 Answer Concrete Poem

79 #15 Answer Couplet Poem

80 #16 Answer Daimonte Poem

81 #17 Answer Free Verse Poem

82 #18 Answer Haiku Poem

83 #19 Answer Limerick Poem

84 #20 Answer Lyric Poem

85 #21 Answer Quatrain Poem

86 #22 Answer Rhyme

87 #23 Answer End Rhyme

88 #24 Answer Internal Rhyme

89 #25 Answer Internal Rhyme

90 #26 Answer End Rhyme

91 #27 Answer Rhyme Scheme

92 #28 Answer Rhyme Scheme

93 #29 Answer Narrative

94 #30 Answer Consonance

95 #31 Answer Consonance

96 #32 Answer Assonance

97 #33 Answer Assonance

98 #34 Answer Repetition

99 #35 Answer Rhythm

100 #36 Answer Imagery

101 #37 Answer Hyperbole

102 #38 Answer Metaphor

103 #39 Answer Simile

104 #40 Answer Hyperbole

105 #41 Answer Imagery

106 #42 Answer Personification

107 #43 Answer Metaphor

108 #44 Answer Setting

109 #45 Answer Tone

110 #46 Answer Possible Answers: worried, scared, distressed

111 #47 Answer I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide. I do not know how long in the snow I wrestled with grisly fear; But the stars came out and they danced about ere again I ventured near; I was sick with dread, but I bravely said: “I’ll just take a peep inside. I guess he’s cooked, and it’s time I looked” … Then the door I opened wide.

112 #48 Answer abcbdefeabcbdefe abcbdefeabcbdefe

113 #49 Answer Possible Answers: nervous, scared, curious

114 #50 Answer Possible Answers: snow, know fear, near dread, said cooked, looked inside, wide Possible Answers: snow, know fear, near dread, said cooked, looked inside, wide

115 #51 Answer imagery

116 #52 Answer personification

117 #53 Answer consonance

118 #54 Answer Possible Answers: calm, peaceful, relaxed Possible Answers: calm, peaceful, relaxed

119 #55 Answer Possible Answers: dislikes war, feels sorry for the soldiers Possible Answers: dislikes war, feels sorry for the soldiers


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