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What is poetry? You tell me…
Format Poetry is arranged in lines and stanzas Lines may or may not form a complete sentence Stanzas are a group of lines forming a unit and separated from the next stanza by a line of space
Figurative Language Poems use figurative language– a word or expression that is not literally true but expresses a point
Types of Figurative Language Simile Metaphor Personification Imagery Alliteration Onomatopoeia Hyperbole Idioms
Rhyme and Rhythm The term rhyme scheme refers to the rhyming pattern of a poem Each end sound is assigned its own letter
Example Roses are red a Violets are blue b Sugar is sweet c So are you b
Example Twinkle twinkle little star a How I wonder what you are a Up above the world so high b Like a diamond in the sky b Twinkle, twinkle little star a How I wonder what you are a
Free Verse Poetry without a fixed pattern of rhyme or rhythm
Tone An author’s attitude towards his/her subject matter Shown through word choice, figurative language, etc.
Mood The emotional quality that a reader feels based on an author’s tone
Elements of Poetry.
By Robert Frost. Alliteration: Repeating a consonant sound, usually at the beginning of the word.
Characteristics, Analysis, Key Terms
Poetry Terms and Definitions.
POETRY TERMS PLEASE TAKE NOTES AS YOU FOLLOW ALONG.
TYPES OF POETRY. NARRATIVE POEMS A Narrative Poem combines elements of fiction and poetry to tell a story Like short stories, they usually include characters,
Poetry, Prose, figurative language and stanza
Objective: Evaluate form and devices and annotate poetry to better understand a poem’s theme and poet’s vision or purpose.
POETRY. THERE’S MORE TO POEMS THAN RHYME When the word “poem” is mentioned, we often think of rhymes. Beyond the rhyme, there can be a substantial amount.
Hook What do you notice about the trees? Is there a clear structure difference in the two? Is one tree better than the other? Do you see any similarities?
Figurative Language Vocabulary Poetic Terms More Poetic Terms Rhyme & Meter Seen Here $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Poetry Jeopardy World Literature.
Poetry “Re-cap” Poems and Terms Review. What is poetry? A. An imaginative response to experience. B. Rhyming sentences that poets use to show their feelings.
Poetry Review. 0 The use of any elements of language more than once.
Poetry Vocabulary Words
TPCASTT Poetry Analysis.
Poetry- Unit 5 Essential Question: What Makes a Poem?
Poetry Terms Mrs. Graham English 9 1:1. Same as a “verse” A paragraph of writing in a poem. These paragraphs are written as clusters of rhyming lines.
Poetry Terminology Identify the following definitions.
How Poetry is Different: Presentation Distinguish poetry from prose (written or spoken language in its ordinary form).
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