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ASSONANCE 
0Repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words 
0Used to add rythm 
0Internal rhyme 
0Add a musical effect to the ...
example 
0Men sell the wedding bell 
0Go and mow the lawn 
0The rain in Spain falls mainly in the 
plains
Example in Anglo Saxon 
0“At my sea weary soul…” The Seafarer 
0"By God, punished forever for the crime,” 
Beowulf 
0“I ha...
Find the assonance 
0Mike likes his new bike 
0The zoo was amazing, especially 
the lizards and chimpanzes 
0The black sac...
CONSONANCE 
0Repetition of a sound in the middle or 
end of a word in a phrase or sentence 
0Vowels don’t count! 
0“slant ...
examples 
0Don’t eat in that tent 
0Some mammals are clammy 
0The lumpy bumpy road
Examples in Anglo Saxon 
0“no kisman could offer confort” The Seafarer 
0Tore its iron fasteners with a touch” Beowulf 
0“...
Find the consonance 
0It will creep and beep while you 
sleep. 
0Norm, the worm, took the garden 
by a storm this morn. 
0...
ALLITERATION 
0When the same syllables or letters repeat at 
the begining of words in a phrase 
0Don’t always have to star...
example 
0Mickey Mouse 
0Peter Piper 
0Spongebob Squarepants 
0Funny photos 
0Sunny side
Examples in Anglo Saxon 
0"tell my travels.” The Seafearer 
0“Marked as a murderer, man-joys avoiding,” 
Beowulf 
0“And fo...
Mini conference 1 Consonance, assonance, aliteration
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Mini conference 1 Consonance, assonance, aliteration

  1. 1. ASSONANCE 0Repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words 0Used to add rythm 0Internal rhyme 0Add a musical effect to the sentence or fragment 0Adds mood to the text
  2. 2. example 0Men sell the wedding bell 0Go and mow the lawn 0The rain in Spain falls mainly in the plains
  3. 3. Example in Anglo Saxon 0“At my sea weary soul…” The Seafarer 0"By God, punished forever for the crime,” Beowulf 0“I had few loved ones in this land.” The Wifes Lament
  4. 4. Find the assonance 0Mike likes his new bike 0The zoo was amazing, especially the lizards and chimpanzes 0The black sack in the back 0Sent and went
  5. 5. CONSONANCE 0Repetition of a sound in the middle or end of a word in a phrase or sentence 0Vowels don’t count! 0“slant rhyme” 0Sounds are similar but don’t quite rhyme 0Capitol and symbol
  6. 6. examples 0Don’t eat in that tent 0Some mammals are clammy 0The lumpy bumpy road
  7. 7. Examples in Anglo Saxon 0“no kisman could offer confort” The Seafarer 0Tore its iron fasteners with a touch” Beowulf 0“Heart was bent. The best and most noble” Beowulf
  8. 8. Find the consonance 0It will creep and beep while you sleep. 0Norm, the worm, took the garden by a storm this morn. 0It will creep and beep while you sleep. 0Blank and think
  9. 9. ALLITERATION 0When the same syllables or letters repeat at the begining of words in a phrase 0Don’t always have to start in the same letter. 0We focus on the sound not the letter itself 0Makes names (of companies, brands, etc) more interesting
  10. 10. example 0Mickey Mouse 0Peter Piper 0Spongebob Squarepants 0Funny photos 0Sunny side
  11. 11. Examples in Anglo Saxon 0"tell my travels.” The Seafearer 0“Marked as a murderer, man-joys avoiding,” Beowulf 0“And folk-ruling Father’s favor relied on,” Beowulf 0"The Hall of the Heart”

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