shriek<br />* A loud, high, sound or laughter<br />
graves<br />tombs<br />* Places of burial<br />
tromped<br />*To walk heavily and noisily<br />
gargled<br />*To force air through liquid held in the mouth<br />
slithery<br />*Moving in a sliding motion like a reptile<br />
gunk<br />*Slimy, oily or filthy matter<br />
shivery<br />*Shaking from cold or fear<br />
swoop<br />*To move in a sudden sweeping motion<br />
plunked<br />*To throw or place heavily<br />
Literary Effects<br />*Repetition<br />*Onomatopoeia<br />*Alliteration<br />
Repetition, Repetition, Repetition<br />Repeating the same words or phrases through your writing can keep a reader interes...
Onomatopoeia<br />*A group of words imitating the sound it is describing<br />Clank clink clank<br />Glug glugglip<br />We...
Alliteration<br />*Repeating the first consonant sound in a phrase can make your writing fun to read.<br />Can you find th...
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Where's My Mummy?

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  2. 2. shriek<br />* A loud, high, sound or laughter<br />
  3. 3. graves<br />tombs<br />* Places of burial<br />
  4. 4. tromped<br />*To walk heavily and noisily<br />
  5. 5. gargled<br />*To force air through liquid held in the mouth<br />
  6. 6. slithery<br />*Moving in a sliding motion like a reptile<br />
  7. 7. gunk<br />*Slimy, oily or filthy matter<br />
  8. 8. shivery<br />*Shaking from cold or fear<br />
  9. 9. swoop<br />*To move in a sudden sweeping motion<br />
  10. 10. plunked<br />*To throw or place heavily<br />
  11. 11. Literary Effects<br />*Repetition<br />*Onomatopoeia<br />*Alliteration<br />
  12. 12. Repetition, Repetition, Repetition<br />Repeating the same words or phrases through your writing can keep a reader interested.<br />What are the four deep, dark places in the book?<br />Cave<br />Night<br />Woods<br />Swamp<br />
  13. 13. Onomatopoeia<br />*A group of words imitating the sound it is describing<br />Clank clink clank<br />Glug glugglip<br />Wee Wee SNOO<br />
  14. 14. Alliteration<br />*Repeating the first consonant sound in a phrase can make your writing fun to read.<br />Can you find three examples of alliteration in the story?<br />Flippyfloppy<br />Wiggly wobbly<br />Clicky clack<br />

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