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Figurative Language Review
1. Repetition of the first sound in wordsALLITERATION 1. Repetition of the first sound in words
2. Repetition of a vowel sound IN wordsASSONANCE 2. Repetition of a vowel sound IN words
3. A comparison using the words like or asSIMILE 3. A comparison using the words like or as
4. An exaggeration, not a comparisonHYPERBOLE 4. An exaggeration, not a comparison
5. When the word sounds like its meaningONOMATOPOEIA 5. When the word sounds like its meaning
6. A pairing of words with opposite meaningsOXYMORON 6. A pairing of words with opposite meanings
7. Repetition of a consonant sound in wordsCONSONANCE 7. Repetition of a consonant sound in words
8. A comparison without using the words like or asMETAPHOR 8. A comparison without using the words like or as
Imagery 9. When the author paints a picture using words that appeal to the senses.
IDIOM 10. A word or phrase that has a different meaning, a connotative meaning, not a denotative or dictionary meaning
11. Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of lines of poetryANAPHORA 11. Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of lines of poetry
12. A pairing of words with opposite meanings but both are truePARADOX 12. A pairing of words with opposite meanings but both are true
JARGON 13. A word or phrase whose meaning is related to a certain group of people
Forced rhyme 14. When you have to force the pronunciation of a word a bit in order for a rhyme to occur.
15. Giving something the characteristics of a personPERSONIFICATION 15. Giving something the characteristics of a person
16. When words end with the same sound in poetryRhyme 16. When words end with the same sound in poetry
17. When words within a line of poetry end with the same soundInternal Rhyme 17. When words within a line of poetry end with the same sound
18. The beat of the poem due to accented and unaccented syllablesRhythm 18. The beat of the poem due to accented and unaccented syllables
19. When the words LOOK like they would rhymeSight rhyme 19. When the words LOOK like they would rhyme
HOW DID YOU DO? Do you need to study your notes?
Characteristics, Analysis, Key Terms
Elements of Poetry Vocabulary
Objective: Evaluate form and devices and annotate poetry to better understand a poem’s theme and poet’s vision or purpose.
How a poem is divided The “paragraphs” of a poem.
POETIC DEVICES and FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
What is Poetry? What is a Poem? Where can you find poetry in every day life? Music/song lyrics Television and magazine ads Books Newspapers Movies Others?
Poetry Vocabulary Words
Question and Answer. TRUE or FALSE? Poetry is the only genre of literature that uses figures of speech.
Painting with Words Poetry. Form- the structure of the writing (what it looks like on the page)
Poetry Terminology Identify the following definitions.
-Please place this in your Poetry section of your binder -Take notes we go along!
AP vocab test # 1 25 words. Alliteration The beginning sound in a series of words is the same.
Jeopardy Definitions Definitions 2Definitions 3Examples Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Analyzing Poetry. Step One: Number the lines and stanzas A stanza is a group of lines within a poem.
Poetry Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Poetry Terms Basic words and concepts to know when reading and writing poetry.
Hosted by Brenda House Literary Devices 1 Literary Devices 2 Literary Devices 3 Literary Devices
Figurative language. metaphor a comparison between two unlike things.
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