Ms. Ross<br />Poetry Unit<br />
Two or more words which have the same initial sound<br />Alliteration<br />
A partial rhyme which has the same internal vowel sounds amongst different words<br />Assonance<br />
A comparison which does not use the words like or as<br />Metaphor<br />
Words that sound like their meaning. <br />Example: Pow, bang, buzz<br />Onomatopoeia<br />
the repetition of the same word throughout the poem to emphasize significance<br />Repititions<br />
The repetition of sounds within different words, either end sound middle or beginning.<br />Rhyme<br />
The flow of words within each meter and stanza<br />Rhythm<br />
A comparison that does use the words like or as<br />Simile <br />
The way the poem is written. Free-style, ballad, haiku, etc. Includes length of meters, number of stanzas along with rhyme...
Something that represents something else, association, resememblance, or convention<br />Symbol<br />
The message, point of view and idea of the poem.<br />Theme <br />
Some say the world will end in fire,<br />Some say in ice.<br />From what I've tasted of desire<br /> I hold with those wh...
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Poetry unit

  1. 1. Ms. Ross<br />Poetry Unit<br />
  2. 2. Two or more words which have the same initial sound<br />Alliteration<br />
  3. 3. A partial rhyme which has the same internal vowel sounds amongst different words<br />Assonance<br />
  4. 4. A comparison which does not use the words like or as<br />Metaphor<br />
  5. 5. Words that sound like their meaning. <br />Example: Pow, bang, buzz<br />Onomatopoeia<br />
  6. 6. the repetition of the same word throughout the poem to emphasize significance<br />Repititions<br />
  7. 7. The repetition of sounds within different words, either end sound middle or beginning.<br />Rhyme<br />
  8. 8. The flow of words within each meter and stanza<br />Rhythm<br />
  9. 9. A comparison that does use the words like or as<br />Simile <br />
  10. 10. The way the poem is written. Free-style, ballad, haiku, etc. Includes length of meters, number of stanzas along with rhyme techniques and rhythm.<br />Style<br />
  11. 11. Something that represents something else, association, resememblance, or convention<br />Symbol<br />
  12. 12. The message, point of view and idea of the poem.<br />Theme <br />
  13. 13. Some say the world will end in fire,<br />Some say in ice.<br />From what I've tasted of desire<br /> I hold with those who favor fire.<br />But if it had to perish twice,<br />I think I know enough of hate<br />To say that for destruction ice<br />Is also great<br />And would suffice.<br />“Fire and Ice” by Robert Frost<br />
  14. 14. http://www.wix.com/sross1116/webquests <br />Webquest<br />

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