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3 100 200 400 300 400 Poetry Structure Sound DevicesImagery Figurative Language 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

4 Row 1, Col 1 A poem that tells a story and has elements like character and plot. What is a narrative poem ?

5 1,2 BOOM! ZAP! POP! What is onomatopoeia?

6 1,3 1) Use your __ to determine images. 2) The images are found in the readers ______. 1) What is five senses? 2) What is mind?

7 1,4 The wind whistled like a train. What type of figurative language? What is simile?

8 2,1 A Japanese poem with three Lines. The syllables are 5, 7, 5. The topic is often nature. What is a Haiku?

9 2,2 The words car and far. What is rhyme?

10 2,3 The image salty pretzels appeals to what sense? What is taste?

11 2,4 I coughed like a million times in class because I had a cold. What type of figurative language? What is a hyperbole?

12 3,1 Ill tell you the story of Jimmy Jet And you know what I tell you is true. He loved to watch his TV set Almost as much as you. He watched all day, he watched all night Till he grew pale and lean, From The Early Show to The Late Late Show And all the shows between. The number of lines in each stanza. What is four?

13 3,2 Calico cat Denver diamond Busy beaver What is alliteration?

14 3,3 List the five senses. What sight, sound, taste, touch, smell?

15 3,4 The car sighed with relief when it got a bath. What type of figurative language? What is personification?

16 4,1 The little blue engine looked up the hill. His light was weak, his whistle was shrill. He was tired and small, and the hill was tall, And his face blushed red as he softly said, I think I can, I think I can, I think I can. The rhyme scheme of this stanza. What is AABCD?

17 4,2 Long-Leg Lou and Short-Leg Sue Went for a walk down the avenue, Laughin and jokin like good friends do, Long-Leg Lou and Short-Leg Sue. The two lines that contain repetition. What is lines 1 and 4?

18 4,3 Rice Krispies crisp, though they now and then lisp As they whisper their thnap, crackle, pop in your bowl 1) What is the image in line 2? 2) What sense does it appeal to? 1) Whisper their thnap, crackle, pop? 2) sound/hearing

19 4,4 Sue was so smart. She loved school, and she loved to learn. She was a sponge soaking up everything that was told to her. 1) What two things are compared? 2) Simile or metaphor? 3) What does it really mean? 1) Sue to a sponge. 2) metaphor. 3) she listened and took in everything that she was learning.

20 5,1 Describe a lyric poem. What is a highly musical verse that expresses the authors thoughts and feelings?

21 5,2 Long-Leg Lou and Short-Leg Sue Went for a walk down the avenue, Laughin and jokin like good friends do, Long-Leg Lou and Short-Leg Sue. 1) Does this poem contain rhythm? Explain! 2) Do all poems have to rhyme? 1) What is yes? 2) What is NO!!

22 5,3 The curly, blonde hair The busy bird The wrinkled old man The snowman in the yard. Which image is related to setting? What is the snowman in the yard?

23 5,4 Tom was a wall, bouncing every tennis ball back over the net. What is the metaphor? What does it mean? Pick out an alliteration. What word is an onomatopoeia? 1) Tom was a wall. 2) tom was returning everything; good at tennis 3) ball back 4) bouncing


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