Poetry for Kids. This lesson covers:. Poetry Types Poetry Forms Strategies. How is poetry different from prose?. Rich chocolate cake. Plain white bread. 3 Types of Poetry. Lyric Thought and emotion Some songs Eulogy, ode, sonnet Does not tell story. 3 Types of Poetry. LyricBy lefty
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Rhythm and Rhyme. Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe Martin Luther King by Raymond Richard Patterson. Rhythm. Rhythm is a poem’s pattern of stressed (‘) and unstressed (“) syllables. Notice the drum beat rhythm here: He came /upon /an age.
Rhyme & Rhythm. Limericks are good examples of the poetic devices of rhyme and rhythm. There once was a girl from Kentucky Who spent all her time with her ducky Her duck took a dive Into a beehive. Now that ducky was very unlucky. Rhyme is the repetition of end sounds in words. .
Rhythm and Rhyme. Rhythm. The pattern of sound created by the arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry Foot: basic unit of stressed and unstressed syllables. Usually 2 or 3 syllables. Rhythm (continued).
Repetition, Rhyme, and Rhythm. Repetition – What’s the point?. Repetition uses a word, phrase or image more than once for emphasis . . Repetition Example. HEAR the sledges with the bells, Silver bells! What a world of merriment their melody foretells! How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle,
Poetic Rhythm and Rhyme. RHYTHM. BEAT CADENCE METER. Meter. Patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables The basic unit of meter is a foot . Most common feet in English poetry: Iamb / Trochee / Anapest / Dactyl / Spondee / /. / Iambic.
Rhythm and Rhyme Schemes. …and the wonderful world of Limericks. Rhythm. The pattern the words and syllables make “The beat” Made up of unstressed and stressed syllables Unstressed syllables are marked with a small “u” and stressed syllables are marked with a “/”. Iambs.
Poetic Rhythm and Rhyme. Meter. Patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables The basic unit of meter is a foot . Most common feet in English poetry: Iamb / Trochee / Anapest / Dactyl / Spondee / /. Shakespeare’s SONNET 138 (IAMBIC)