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What in the world is ALLITERATION?

What in the world is ALLITERATION?

What in the world is ALLITERATION? . by Jean Barnes. Alliteration is what happens when the words in a phrase or a sentence… . begins with the same letter and sound!. Alliteration is used to make writing and reading… MORE INTERESTING! .

By liam
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Alliteration

Alliteration

Alliteration. Matching initial consonants. Click on the picture to hear it again. C. B. G. D. B. H. F. K. H. V. Q. L. P. B. M. F. S. Z. T. Th. CH. Y. V. F. C. T. J. Q. F. D. J. Y. K. M. R. P. V. Q. S. H. T. Sh. V. L. Y. Ch. N. F. D. K. G. D. K.

By libitha
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Poetry – Figurative Language and Structure

Poetry – Figurative Language and Structure

Poetry – Figurative Language and Structure. An Introductory Lesson . What is Poetry?. Major type of literature in which sound is as important as meaning. Poetry uses sound devices to give the work a musical quality. Poetry uses images to paint vivid pictures in the reader’s mind.

By diza
(190 views)

An introduction to functional skills – embedding them across the curriculum

An introduction to functional skills – embedding them across the curriculum

An introduction to functional skills – embedding them across the curriculum. New qualifications. New ways of working.

By sibley
(106 views)

Agenda

Agenda

Agenda. Importance of Alliteration. Author’s Tool Box 2.RL.CS.4 Describe how words and phrases supply meaning in a story, poem, or song. . Standards:. 2.RL.CS.4 Describe how words and phrases supply meaning in a story, poem, or song. 

By butterfly
(129 views)

Poetry Terms

Poetry Terms

Poetry Terms. terms that have to do with sound and meaning. ALLITERATION. commencement of two or more words of a word group with the same letter. ALLITERATION. from “Acquainted with the Night” by Robert Frost

By aliya
(162 views)

Women’s Work

Women’s Work

Women’s Work. By: Julia Alvarez. Julia alvarez.

By neviah
(293 views)

Review Jeopardy

Review Jeopardy

Review Jeopardy. AP ENGLISH Semester I. JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. A game show template. A figure of speech that uses like, as, or as if to compare two different things. What is a SIMILE?. The contrast between what a person says and what he/she means. What is VERBAL IRONY?.

By paul
(146 views)

Alliteration , Personification , Allusion , and Hyperbole

Alliteration , Personification , Allusion , and Hyperbole

Other Literary Devices. Alliteration , Personification , Allusion , and Hyperbole. Alliteration. Have you noticed that many products and places have names that repeat the initial sound in two or more words ? The Party Palace Crafty Karen Daren’s Delicious Delights

By khoi
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The slides are composed of timed elements, with pauses for discussion. A click of the mouse should move the presentation

The slides are composed of timed elements, with pauses for discussion. A click of the mouse should move the presentation

The slides are composed of timed elements, with pauses for discussion. A click of the mouse should move the presentation forward…. ‘Blessing’ by Imtiaz Dharker. The skin cracks like a pod. There is never enough water. The skin cracks like a pod. There is never enough water.

By redford
(86 views)

Literature: What are we learning?

Literature: What are we learning?

Literature: What are we learning?. Language Arts Mrs. Catlett. Subject (front side). Simple subject—is the key noun or pronoun that tells what the sentence is about. Compound subject—is made up of two or more simple subjects that are joined by a conjunction and have the same verb.

By halil
(67 views)

Unit 1

Unit 1

Unit 1. Anglo Saxon British Literature Ms. Carroll. Anglo-Saxon Period. Era of invasion Violent conquests Warfare and battle Value bravery and honor 6 th c. Augustine helped unite tribes Influence of Christianity Warrior code later seen in code of Chivalry.

By marlee
(122 views)

Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe

January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849. Edgar Allan Poe. Poetic Principle. Reasons to study poetry: 1. To learn creativity 2. To make yourself more well-rounded 3. To better understand yourself through understanding others. 4. Aesthetics (beauty) 5. History. Life.

By olina
(79 views)

My Music Project

My Music Project

My Music Project. Nina Dang. The only project where you are forced to listen to the music I like. Simile: Swim and Sleep (Like a Shark)- UMO. I wish I could swim and sleep like a shark does I’d fall to the bottom and I’d hide till the end of time.

By giolla
(92 views)

Beowulf

Beowulf

Please take notes. Beowulf Is a long heroic poem considered the supreme achievement of Anglo-Saxon poetry because of its length (3,182 lines) and sustained high quality . Horner. Why is Beowulf important?

By vanya
(177 views)

English 9

English 9

English 9. Week 1: 2/24-2/28. R&J, Elizabethan England: 2/24-2/28. Literary Devices in Romeo and Juliet 1. Tragedy. No need to write italicized info.

By edward
(147 views)

Words to Know

Words to Know

Words to Know. A Speaker’s Tools. Slang. A kind of language occurring mostly in casual and playful speech made up of short-lived coinages and figures of speech that are used in place of standard terms for added raciness, humor, irreverence, or other effect. When/How to use Slang.

By chul
(117 views)

Continuum -Allen Curnow

Continuum -Allen Curnow

Continuum -Allen Curnow. summary. Summary: The poet writes about his inability to sleep due to his inability to come up with material to write about (most likely a poem, could be another form of text).

By milton
(174 views)

Now repeat the exercise for short pieces of writing

Now repeat the exercise for short pieces of writing

Spot the five differences and use connectives to compare and contrast the images. Write this in a paragraph of 6-8 lines. Now repeat the exercise for short pieces of writing . Excerpt from a comic’s autobiography. Excerpt from a short story about a desperate woman.

By nitesh
(149 views)

What is Rhetoric?

What is Rhetoric?

What is Rhetoric?. Rhetoric (n) - the art of speaking or writing effectively (Webster's Definition). According to Aristotle, rhetoric is "the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion." He described three main forms of rhetoric: Ethos, Logos, and Pathos .

By dermot
(233 views)

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