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The assignment• Define the underlined literary term and then follow the activity directions to give an example of the literary term.• 1.) Using your shoulder partner create PowerPoint slides and define each of these terms on a slide. You will need to create at least 2 slides per term – one with the definition and one with the activity.• 2.) Underline the term and number them.• 3.) EACH OF YOU will turn upload your slides to Schoology by the end of class for a participation grade.
• Alliteration – Example: The Cute Cuddly Kitten hid in the pantry. – Activity: Describe two family members using their first name and alliteration. (Tiny Terrible Tina)• Allusion – Example: I compared myself to Toni Braxton, thought I would never catch my breath. – Activity: Describe your school using an allusion.• Figurative Language – Example: Donny was so angry flames of fire came out of his mouth. – Activity: Write two sentences about your English class using figurative language.• Metaphor – Example: Life is a broken winged bird that can not fly. – Activity: Write a metaphor for love.• Extended Metaphor – Example: See Paul Laurence Dunbar’s poem “Sympathy” – Activity: Describe your personality using an extended metaphor
• Onomatopoeia – Example: The bacon sizzled in the pan. – Activity: Write two sentences that use Onomatopoeia.• Personification – Example: When I sat down, the chair wrapped its arms around me comfortingly. – Activity: Describe your house using personification.• Rhyme – Example: Now I lay me down to sleep. / I pray the Lord my soul to keep. – Activity: Write a 3 line rhyme about your favorite restaurant.• Repetition – Example: Martin Luther King’s speech “I Have a Dream” – Activity: Use repetition to sell your favorite soft drink.• Simile – Example: Float like a butterfly sting like a bee. – Activity: Use a simile to describe one of your parents.
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Bacon They serve bacon so much at school it is coming out of the students ears!! Bursting into Flames The classroom is so hot I thought it was going to burst into flames!!EUGENEE’
5. OnomatopoeiaThe formation of a word from a sound associated with what is namedBy: Evan & Octavia
Onomatopoeiasplish-splash down When we were walking the windows of my to the golf course , ping a school golf ball had hit one ofwhoosh, passing the tea’s. breeze When I woke up this morning I heard theOctavia C. birds chirping outside my widow. Evan S.
Personification• an embodiment or perfect example of something
Personification• When I got home from out the cold air the warm air inside wrapped around me .
DEFINITION EXAMPLE The simple repeating Buy coke its good of a word, within a sentence or a poetical coke buy coke. line, with no particular placement of the words, in order to provide emphasis.Jose and Jimmy
DEFINITION EXAMPLE A figure of My little brother speech comparing is as good as a two unlike things dove. that is often introduced by like or asJose and Jimmy
The act or process or an instance of repeating or being repeated
Josh Drink root beer it’s the best. Drink root beer makes people happy. Drink root beer it’s a reasonable price. Drink root beer never lets you down.
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