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1.Identify the sound devices used (rhyme, assonance, alliteration and onomatopoeia) 2.Use the sound devices in writing meaningful sentences.

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1 1.Identify the sound devices used (rhyme, assonance, alliteration and onomatopoeia) 2.Use the sound devices in writing meaningful sentences

2 Say this as FAST and as MANY times as you can: “The summer sun will surely shine soon.” What kind of sound device is used in the line?

3 TRY THIS! What kind of sound device is used in the following lines?

4 SOME MORE!SOME MORE! Rewrite the following sentences using onomatopoeia. Make them sound alive!

5 FIGURE OUT THE SOUND DEVICE PRESENT IN THE FOLLOWING

6 The spider skins lie on their sides, translucent and ragged, their legs drying in knots. -Annie Dillard

7 The spider skins lie on their sides, translucent and ragged, their legs drying in knots. -Annie Dillard

8 Old age should burn and wave at closing of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light Do not go gentle into that good night -Dylan Thomas

9 Old age should burn and wave at closing of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light Do not go gentle into that good night -Dylan Thomas

10 A pop of the cork and The cling of the glasses We toast to the future… These are the best days of our life Best Days -Juice

11 A pop of the cork and The cling of the glasses We toast to the future… These are the best days of our life Best Days -Juice

12 A winter’s fall Wears its shawl To cover just right The earth with pure white - Gail Doyle

13 A winter’s fall Wears its shawl To cover just right The earth with pure white - Gail Doyle

14 Those images that yet Fresh images beget That dolphin-torn, that gong- tormenting sea. Byzanthium -W. B. Yeats

15 Those images that yet Fresh images beget That dolphin-torn, that gong- tormenting sea. Byzanthium -W. B. Yeats

16 Full fathom five thy father lies - William Shakespeare

17 Full fathom five thy father lies - William Shakespeare

18 Tsk, tsk, tsk…what a bad decision that was.

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20 As I went down to the woods last night I was faced with a big surprise The bears and birds all in the wood Were partying in disguise excerpt from A Teddy Bears Picnic by David Williams

21 As I went down to the woods last night I was faced with a big surprise The bears and birds all in the wood Were partying in disguise excerpt from A Teddy Bears Picnic by David Williams

22 The pit bull yelped As the police took him away Never to growl again At us kids in play - D. Alsup

23 The pit bull yelped As the police took him away Never to growl again At us kids in play - D. Alsup

24 References: CALLIOPE by Barday Lipson, Ed.D. language/poetic_devises language/poetic_devises


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