9 Rhyming Words Ex: place/face words that have identical or very similar final soundsEx: place/facehat/mat
10 Rhyme Schemethe pattern in rhyme which represents identical final sounds in lines or versesEx: What is the rhyme scheme? (ABAB)He threw the ball (A)Up a tree. (B)It could not fall (A)Down to me. (B)
11 Internal Rhymerhyme between a word within the line of poetry and the last word of the same lineEx: At number four, to waltz no more.
12 Imagerylanguage that creates a sensory impression within the reader’s mind
13 Figurative Languagethe use of words, phrases, symbols, and ideas in such a way as to evoke mental images and sense impressions
14 Alliteration the repetition of sounds at the beginning of words Ex: The delightfully dainty dinosaurs danced through my dreams. (“d” sound)
15 Assonance the repetition of vowel sounds Ex: The goat jumped off the boat and started to float.(“o” sound)
16 Analogya comparison between things based on parallels or connections between two ideas.Ex: sox : feet :: gloves : handslion : cage :: book : bookcase