Presentation on theme: "POETRY QUIZ DO YA KNOW WHAT YA KNOW?. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS POETRY? 1. BALLARD OF THE LANDLORD 2. TSHIRT 3. SLOGAN 4. MOVIES 5. SONNET 6. ALL OF THE."— Presentation transcript:
MATCH THE FOLLOWING WORDS WITH THEIR DEFINITIONS Metric foot Scansion Assonance Onomatopoeia Alliteration Consonance Rhythm 1.is the repetition of a consonant at the beginning of two or more words or stressed syllables 2.is the repetition of vowel sound in the middle of two or more words, such as the ‘ow’ sound in loud mouth. 3.is the repetition of a consonant sound in the middle or at the end of words, such as the “L” sound in fall and swell. 4.refers to the use of words that sound like what they name or describe. 5.in poetry is created through patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables. 6.is a group of stressed and/or unstressed syllables that form the basic unit of rhythm in a poem 7.is the process of finding patterns of unstressed and stressed syllables in lines of poetry
SONNET BLANK VERSE METRE VERSE HEROIC COULET BALLAD BLANK VERSE METRE A.is a line of poetry B.in poetry is the style of continuing a sentence from one line to the next without a pause C.is the rhythmic structure of a verse of poetry D.describes poetry that has neither rhyme nor consistent metre E.describes poetry that has a consistent metre but no rhyming scheme. F.describes lines of poetry that have words that sound similar but do not entirely rhyme G.is a form of rhyming verse, usually following a pattern of abcb, that tells a narrative and can be set to music H.is a 14 line poem in iambic pentameter, containing three quatrains and a heroic couplet I.is 2 lines of rhyming verse, usually at the end of a sonnet, which tend to be ‘closed’ (there is no enjambement between the liens) and self-contained.
Blank verse Free Verse Apostrophe Metaphor Metonymy Personification Imagery Figurative language Synecdoche smile 1.A poem with no metre or pattern of syllables 2.is the use of descriptive language to evoke sensory experience. 3.is the language that is not intended to be taken literally but uses references to one thing to express ideas about something else. 4.is a type of metaphor where human qualities are given to an animal, object or concept. 5.is a device that allows the poet, or the narrator of the poem, to directly address something inanimate or someone dead or absent. 6.descries references to things or concepts not by name but by something closely associated with them. 7.A poem with metre but no rhyme 8.is referring to an entire thing or concept by referring to one of its parts 9.comparing two unlike things without using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’ 10.comparing two unlike things using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’
DEFINE THE FOLLOWING: HOW DO YOU CREATE A NATURAL RHYTHM IN LANGUAGE? WHAT IS SYNTAX? WHAT IS AN IAMB? WHAT IS A STANZA? WHAT IS AN ENJAMBEMENT?
COUNT THE FEET…. A TETRAMETER HAS: A DIMETER HAS: A TRIMESTER HAS: A PENTAMETER HAS:
TRUE OR FALSE A VERSE IS ALWAYS A COMPLETE SENTENCE IF TWO WORDS ALMOST RHYME, IT IS A CALLED A PARTIAL RHYME AN IAMB IS A FOOT THAT HAS A STRESSED SYLLABLE FOLLOWED BY AN UNSTRESSED SYLLABLE A SPONDEE IS A FOOT THAT HAS A STRESSED SYLLABLE FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER STRESSED SYLLABLE