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Poetry Terms

Poetry Terms

Poetry Terms. By Peggy Ness. Introduction to Poetry Terms. Alliteration Assonance Free verse Haiku Onomatopoeia Rhyme Rhythm Repetition. Alliteration. The repetition of initial consonant sounds in words. The w ayward w ind, is a restless w ind. Assonance.

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Syllables and rule interaction

Syllables and rule interaction

Syllables and rule interaction. The longest tradition has seen syllables as being waves of energy (“sonority”, in current parlance). In the late 1940s, some students of Leonard Bloomfield tried out the idea of imposing syntactic structure on the syllable. The idea stuck. s. rhyme. onset.

By jaden
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HEADLINES

HEADLINES

HEADLINES. OBJECTIVE: We will learn how writers use different language effects to create interesting headlines. Why are headlines important? Discuss. Language effects. You may have already noticed that the style of headlines in broadsheet newspapers is different to that of tabloids.

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What is poetry?

What is poetry?

What is poetry?. A guide for Literature students: how to read and write about poetry. A poet’s definition. Remember Langston Hughes said: “What is poetry? It is the human soul, squeezed like a lemon or lime, drop by drop, into atomic words.”. Definition of poetry.

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American Masters

American Masters

American Masters. Whitman and Dickinson Together their words mark the beginning of modern American poetry. Walt Whitman. Wrote in broad, flowing, conversational rhythms that came to characterize his innovative free-verse style. Drifted from career to career.

By derex
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Poetic Devices

Poetic Devices

Poetic Devices. The Sounds of Poetry. Onomatopoeia. When a word’s pronunciation imitates its sound. Examples Buzz Fizz Woof Hiss Clink Boom Beep Vroom Zip. Repetition. Repeating a word or words for effect. Example

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Required Forms For Student Data Folders For 4 Year Old Pre-K Students

Required Forms For Student Data Folders For 4 Year Old Pre-K Students

Required Forms For Student Data Folders For 4 Year Old Pre-K Students. The slides that follow are the ones that are to be included in each Pre-K student’s data folder.

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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry. Poetic Devices and Terminology. Speaker. The voice through which the poem is told, not necessarily the poet. Form and Structure. Lines-are what poems are written in and can vary in length. Stanzas-section of a poem which contains a group of lines, stanzas are separated by a space.

By bryanne
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LAP 4: Poetry

LAP 4: Poetry

LAP 4: Poetry. Literary Types Understanding Sight and Sound. Technique of Sight. Imagery is the descriptive language that creates a vivid picture in the mind of the reader and appeals to one of the senses. Imagery uses concrete objects to represent a scene, an emotion or an experience.

By kacy
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Phonemic Awareness Learning to Rhyme

Phonemic Awareness Learning to Rhyme

Phonemic Awareness Learning to Rhyme. What rhymes with cat?. cat - hat. OOPS! Have another go…. What rhymes with mouse?. mouse - house. OOPS! Have another go…. What rhymes with frog?. frog - dog. OOPS! Have another go…. What rhymes with carrot?. carrot - parrot.

By ephraim
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Early Literacy

Early Literacy

Early Literacy. T/TAC at VCU. Goals for Today. We will provide an overview of the components of a quality early childhood program We will discuss the evidence-based research within the domains of language and literacy

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Antagonist: A major character who opposes the protagonist in a story or play.

Antagonist: A major character who opposes the protagonist in a story or play.

Allegory: A story in which the characters represent abstract qualities or ideas. For example, in westerns, the sheriff represents the good, and the outlaw represents evil.

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LESSON 6 RHYME

LESSON 6 RHYME

LESSON 6 RHYME. FREE WRITE. Remember…. Don’t worry! Keep your pen and pencil moving for the whole five minutes. BRAINSTORM In your journal, write as many words that rhyme with “top” as you can in 30 seconds.

By lilia
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Sonnet CXVI “Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds” (1609) William Shakespeare

Sonnet CXVI “Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds” (1609) William Shakespeare

Sonnet CXVI “Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds” (1609) William Shakespeare. Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds. Non sia mai ch'io all'unione di anime fedeli  Ponga impedimenti. Amore non e' Amore se muta quando scopre un mutamento  O tende a svanire quando l'altro s'allontana.

By kaleb
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The Clown Punk

The Clown Punk

The Clown Punk . Simon Armitage. Learning Objectives (AQA). AO1: respond to texts critically and imaginatively, select and evaluate textual detail to illustrate and support interpretations.

By billy
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Phonological Awareness

Phonological Awareness

Phonological Awareness. Dr. Linda Thistlethwaite Central Illinois Adult Education Service Center (CIAESC) Western Illinois University. Contact me at Western Illinois University:. mfllt@wiu.edu Be sure to include 2 l’s. 309-298-1958. Big Picture: Phonological Processing.

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Introduction to

Introduction to

Introduction to. Poetry. The basic unit of poetry is the line . Most poems have a structure in which each line contains a set amount of syllables ; this is called meter . Lines are also often grouped into stanzas - similar to a paragraph. (2) Couplet: a two line stanza

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What is Poetry?

What is Poetry?

What is Poetry?. Poetry. Poetry is boned with ideas, nerved and blooded with emotions, all held together by the delicate, tough skin of words . -- PAUL ENGLE. A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom . – ROBERT FROST. Poetry is the art of uniting pleasure with truth. – SAMUEL JOHNSON.

By aletha
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The Song Of the old Mother

The Song Of the old Mother

The Song Of the old Mother.

By meena
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The Serf – Roy Campbell

The Serf – Roy Campbell

The Serf – Roy Campbell. His naked skin clothed in the torrid mist That puffs in smoke around the patient hooves, The ploughman drives, a slow somnambulist, And through the green his crimson furrow grooves His heart, more deeply than he wounds the plain,

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