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A type of literature usually written in meter and organized in lines and stanzas. Rich in figurative language, images, repetitions, and rhymes ….
Ordinary language Written in sentences and paragraphs.
The point that a poet is making in the poem. Sometimes referred to as “content.”
The occurrence of the same or similar sounds at the end of two or more words. When the rhyme occurs in a final stressed syllable, it is said to be masculine: cat/hat, desire/fire, observe/deserve. When the rhyme occurs in a final unstressed syllable, it is said to be feminine: longing/yearning. The pattern of rhymeusually by using a different letter for each final sound.In a poem with an aabba in a stanza or poem is shown =rhyme scheme, the first, second, and fifth lines end in one sound, and the third and fourth lines end in another.
A single metrical line of poetry, or poetry in general (as opposed to prose).
Two or more lines of poetry that together form one of the divisions of a poem. The stanzas of a poem are usually of the same length and follow the same pattern of meter and rhyme.
Two or more syllables that together make up the smallest unit of rhythm in a poem. For example, an iamb is a foot that has two syllables, one unstressed followed by one stressed. An anapest has three syllables, two unstressed followed by one stressed.
The arrangement of a line of poetry by the number of syllables and the rhythm of accented (or stressed) syllables.
The analysis of a poem's meter. This is usually done by marking the stressed and unstressed syllables in each line and then, based on the pattern of the stresses, dividing the line into feet.
A fixed verse form of Italian origin consisting of 14 lines that are typically 5-foot iambics rhyming according to a prescribed scheme
UNIT 6- VOCABULARY English II World Literature WEEK TWO
Terms to Know – Unit 6 for the Final Analyze- This is to separate a whole into its parts. Bias- This is a prejudice that is leaning towards a positive or negative judgment on something; a personal judgment or opinion about a particular person, position, or thing. Bibliographic Material- Data pertaining to the history, physical description, comparison, and classification of books and other works. Chronological Order-This is the arrangement of events in the order in which they occur. Cite- to quote (a passage, a book, an author, etc.), especially as an authority Dictionary- This is a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words, with information given for each word, usually including meaning, pronunciation, and etymology. Evaluate- This is placing a value or rank on a piece of writing or speaking. Formal Summary- A shorter piece of a longer piece of writing Inquiry- This is an examination into the facts; research questioning. Order of Importance- This is used when details are organized by degree of impact. Organization- In writing, this is trait of order, structure and presentation or information; It is the writing trait which measures logical sequencing of ideas, details, or events. Paraphrase-This is the restatement of a written work in one’s own words that keeps the basic meaning of the of the original work. Primary Source- This is the original document or firsthand account. Secondary Source- This is a commentary on an original document or firsthand account. Sequence- This is order in which things happen. Sequential Order- This is the chronological, or time, order of events in a reading passage. Spatial Order- This is used when details are organized from one location to another. Summarize- This is to state briefly. Thesaurus- This is a book of synonyms. Thesis: a proposition stated or put forward for consideration, especially one to be discussed and proved or to be maintained against objections. Sonnet Ode Villanelle Elegy Ekphrasis Narrative Stanza Lines Verse Prose Poetry Argument Meter Rhyme Rhythm