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Figurative Language Vocabulary Poetic Terms More Poetic Terms Rhyme & Meter Seen Here $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
1-100 q The technique that gives human qualities to non-human items.
1-100 a What is personification?
2-100 q The repetition of sounds at the end of words.
2-100 a What is rhyme?
3-100 q When a word, phrase, or sentence, is used more than once in a poem.
3-100 a What is repetition?
4-100 q The rhyme scheme of a limerick.
4-100 a What is AABBA?
5-100 q Windows open wide Birds chirping, children laughing Spring break has arrived
5-100 a What is a Haiku?
6-100 q Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout
6-100 a What is alliteration?
1-200 q The repetition of the first consonant sound of several words.
1-200 a What is alliteration?
2-200 q Rhyming words inside of the line.
2-200 a What is internal rhyme?
3-200 q The character that tells the story in the poem.
3-200 a Who is the speaker?
4-200 q The rhyme scheme of a couplet.
4-200 a What is AA?
5-200 q The students entered the room like a herd of cows.
5-200 a What is a simile?
6-200 q The students were wild animals!
6-200 a What is a metaphor?
1-300 q The technique that uses exaggeration for emphasis.
1-300 a What is hyperbole?
2-300 q A group of lines in a poem; like a paragraph.
2-300 a What is a stanza?
3-300 q Two words that share the same ending vowel and consonant sounds.
3-300 a What is rhyme?
4-300 q Two words that share the same ending vowel sound or ending consonant sound.
4-300 a What is a near rhyme?
5-300 q The trees were dressed in all white after the snow storm.
5-300 a What is personification?
6-300 q Each night I have the same dream, Though still don’t know what it could mean.
6-300 a What is a near rhyme?
1-400 q A word that makes the sound it describes when it is spoken.
1-400 a What is onomatopoeia?
2-400 q The metrical foot made of one stressed syllable followed by one unstressed syllable.
2-400 a What is an iamb?
3-400 q A four line poem.
3-400 a What is a quatrain?
4-400 q A type of poetry that does not have any repeating patterns of syllables and does not rhyme.
4-400 a What is free verse?
5-400 q 2 syllables 4 syllables 6 syllables 8 syllables 2 syllables
5-400 a What is the pattern of a cinquain?
6-400 q An example of this type of poetry is “Annabel Lee”
6-400 a What is an example of a narrative poem?
1-500 q The technique that uses words in a way that appeals to the five senses in order to create an image.
1-500 a What is imagery?
2-500 q The writer’s attitude toward their subject in a poem or story.
2-500 a What is tone?
3-500 q The atmosphere or feeling created in the reader by the poem or story.
3-500 a What is mood?
4-500 q Type of poetry that is written in lines of iambic pentameter and does not use end rhyme.
4-500 a What is blank verse?
5-500 q I like to high five when I arrive on time.
5-500 a What is assonance?
6-500 q My teacher gave me a ton of homework.
6-500 a What is hyperbole?
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