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Alliteration Definition  – the repetition of consonants or sounds at the beginning of two or more words in a line of poetry Example  Example : The trees.

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1 Alliteration Definition  – the repetition of consonants or sounds at the beginning of two or more words in a line of poetry Example  Example : The trees s wayed s hyly in the s ummer breeze. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

2 Allusion Example  Example: "As the cave's roof collapsed, he was swallowed up in the dust like Jonah, and only his frantic scrabbling behind a wall of rock indicated that there was anyone still alive.” The allusion in the sentence above is to Jonah (from the Bible) being 'swallowed alive'... in this case, behind a wall of dust and rock. Definition  an indirect reference to another literary work or to a famous person, place, or event. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

3 Consonance  Repetition of consonants within non-rhyming words Assonance  repetition of vowel sounds within non- rhyming words. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem. Assonance Example Hear the m e llow w e dding b e lls From the m o lten-g o lden n o tes Consonance Examples "pi tt er pa tt er" or "all m a mm als na m ed Sa m are cla mm y".

4 Hyperbole Example  He's got tons of money.  I will die if she asks me to dance.  I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.  I have told you a million times not to lie. Definition  - is a figure of speech that uses an exaggerated or extravagant statement to create a strong emotional response. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

5 Imagery Example Happiness is orange It tastes like sweets under the Christmas tree It smells like spring flowers on a green field It looks like ice-cream with red cherries and vanilla topping It sounds like the bird's song at dusk It makes me feel like a butterfly with wide open wings. definition  – consists of descriptive words and phrases that re-create sensory experiences.  Imagery usually appeals to one or more of the five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch to help the reader imagine exactly what is being described. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

6 Example Definition  – a comparison of two things WITHOUT using the words “like” or “as” Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem. Metaphor  Time is a thief - Time isn't really stealing anything, this metaphor just indicates that time passes quickly and our lives pass us by.  He is the apple of my eye - There is, of course, no real apple in a person's eye. The "apple" is someone beloved and held dear.

7 Onomatopoeia – exampledefinition  sound effects; words that make the sound they represent when said out loud. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

8 Personification – example a smiling moon a jovial sun definition giving human qualities to an object, animal, or idea. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

9 Rhyme example It was purchased just for you, when you're happy or you're blue, you can wear it on your head, 'round the house or in your bed, definition  – the occurrence of a similar or identical sound at the end of two or more words (suite, heat, complete) Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

10 Rhyme Scheme example Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, A And sorry I could not travel both B And be one traveler, long I stood A And looked down one as far as I could A To where it bent in the undergrowth; B definition the pattern of end rhyme in a poem Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

11 Rhythm – the BEAT example definition  – the beat created by the pattern of sound from stressed/unstressed syllables Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

12 Simile example definition  – a comparison of two things using the words “like” or “as.” Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

13 Speaker definition  – the voice of the poem, not necessarily the author Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

14 Symbolism definition  – when one thing stands for or represents something else Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

15 Verse = poetry example Roses are red Violets are blue Sugar is sweet And so are you definition  – the literary term for poetry Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

16 Stanza example Here are two stanzas of a poem: definition  – a group of lines that form a unit in a poem, roughly comparable to a paragraph in prose Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

17 Couplet exampledefinition  – a rhymed pair of lines Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

18 Quatrain definition  – a four line stanza Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.

19 Sonnet definition Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem.  – a lyric poem of 14 lines, consisting of three quatrains (four-line units) and a final couplet

20 There are many ways to know a word. Connotation = feelings associated with a word  - the emotions, values, or images associated with a word. The connotation of a word may Denotation = definition of a word  - the literal or dictionary meaning of a word Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating? Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem. Apple : the round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin red or green skin and crisp flesh. Apple: It makes people think of NEW YORK CITY It can be a symbol for health Sometimes it even stands for SIN

21 Objective: I can identify features of sound patterns and structure in a poem. Objective: What is Poetry Out Loud and how do we learn from participating?


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