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1. Handouts: * “Analyzing Poetry” assignment (An in-class assignment for Wednesday and today) 2. Homework: * Read AR book 20 - 30 minutes daily & record progress * Begin looking for a “favorite poem” 3. Assignments Due: * None
Outcomes: 1. Indicate the first and most apparent literary device in reading poetry. 2. Name five types of sound effects used as literary devices in poetry. 3. Define these terms: repetition, alliteration, rhyme, rhythm, onomatopoeia. 4. List six steps for reading a poem that will help you understand it better and enjoy it more. 5. Identify the use of repetition, alliteration, rhyme, rhyme scheme, rhythm, and onomatopoeia in designated poems from your poetry booklet.
What type of literary device is the most obvious or apparent one when we hear someone reading a poem? The first and most obvious feature is how a poem sounds. Yesterday we identified five or six types of literary sound devices used in poetry. Can you name them? Repetition Alliteration Rhyme Rhythm Onomatopoeia
Take out your handout from yesterday, “Analyzing Poetry.” Let’s see how many of those literary devices we can identify in today’s poems in our poetry booklets....
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