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SPI 0501.8.8 Identify the effect of sound within context (i.e., onomatopoeia, alliteration, rhythm, rhyme, repetition)

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2 SPI Identify the effect of sound within context (i.e., onomatopoeia, alliteration, rhythm, rhyme, repetition)

3  A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words and is most often used in poetry and songs.

4  I love this little booger. All shiny green and black, You can hold it for a minute, But I want my booger back. It stays right where I put it, It sure knows how to stick, And if it gets dry....? It just needs a little lick! I can hold it on my finger, I can flick it in the air, I can stick it underneath a desk, Or underneath a chair. I can make a ball and roll it, Just to see which way it goes, I love this booger everywhere, Except inside my nose.

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6  Look at the lyrics of the “MacDonald’s Rap”

7  I wanna double cheeseburger  And hold the lettuce  Don't be frontin’ son  No seeds on the bun  We be up in this drive thru  Order for two  I gotta a cravin' for a number nine, like my shoe!  We need some chicken up in here,  In this dizzle  For rizzle my nizzle,  Extra salt on the frizzle  Dr. Pepper my brother,  Another for your mother  Double-double super size,  And don't forget the fries!

8  I wanna double cheeseburger  And hold the lettuce  Don't be frontin’ son  No seeds on the bun  We be up in this drive thru  Order for two  I gotta a cravin' for a number nine, like my shoe!  We need some chicken up in here,  In this dizzle  For rizzle my nizzle,  Extra salt on the frizzle  Dr. Pepper my brother,  Another for your mother  Double-double super size,  And don't forget the fries!

9  Rhythm in a poem is the beat that the poem follows.  The most obvious kind of rhythm is the regular repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables found in some poetry.

10  A sunshiny shower  Won't last an hour.  Rain before seven;  Clear by eleven.  March winds and April showers  Bring forth May flowers.  Wishes  Won't wash dishes.  Early to bed and early to rise  Makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise

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13  Repetition is simply the repeating of a word, within a sentence or a poetical line.

14  I looked upon the rotting sea, And drew my eyes away; I looked upon the rotting deck, And there the dead men lay.

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17  Take all of your wasted honor Every little past frustration Take all of your so-called problems, Better put 'em in quotations Say what you need to say [x8] Walking like a one man army Fighting with the shadows in your head Living out the same old moment Knowing you'd be better off instead, If you could only... Say what you need to say [x8] Have no fear for giving in Have no fear for giving over You'd better know that in the end Its better to say too much Then never say what you need to say again Even if your hands are shaking And your faith is broken Even as the eyes are closing Do it with a heart wide open Say what you need to say [x24]

18  Sound words  Bang  Clank  Ring! Ring!

19  Tongue Twisters  Peter Piper Picked a Pail of Pickles


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