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Copy of RHYME and RHYME SCHEME

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Introducing Rhyme
and Rhyme Scheme.

Rhyme: The repetition of a sound at the end of words. Rhyme can be end or internal. End rhyme occurs at the end of the line, and internal rhyme occurs within the line.
RHYME DEFINITION
See how many words you can find that rhyme with:
Full rhyme is when rhyming words
are similar in sounds, except for the
consonants at the beginning.
E.g. Hat and mat
Popped and dropped
Directed and expected
Half Rhyme (also called consonance)
is where the consonants
of the rhyming words may be the same, but the vowel sounds differ.
e.g. grain and groan
gate and mat
one and stone.
My teacher said to calculate
3.141 times 8.
I threw my hand up instantly
and so, of course, she called on me.
She asked me, "What's the answer, please?"
I'd figured this one out with ease.
I looked her squarely in the eye
and calmly answered, "Octopi!"
It took her half an hour to get it,
and then she gave me extra credit.

Kenn Nesbitt
OCTOPI

At history I'm hopeless.
At spelling I stink.
In music I'm useless.
From science I shrink.
At art I'm atrocious.
In sports I'm a klutz.
At reading I'm rotten.
And math makes me nuts.
At language I'm lousy.
Computers? I'm cursed.
In drama I'm dreadful.
My writing's the worst.
There's only one subject
I'm sure I would pass,
but they don't teach
video games in my class.

--Kenn Nesbitt
AT HISTORY I AM HOPELESS.
Eye rhymes are those that look like they
should rhyme but they don’t.
e.g. want and pant
EYE RHYMES
Identify the vowel
sound and consonants
in the following
words.
Seek/peek
Race/ face
Time/lime
Woke/bloke


A candy bar.
A piece of _ _ _ _
A lollipop.
A chocolate shake.

A jelly donut.
Chocolate _ _ _ _ _
Some gummy worms
and licorice whips.

A candy cane.
A lemon drop.
Some bubblegum
and soda _ _ _

Vanilla wafers.
Cherry punch.
My mom slept in
while I made _ _ _ _ _
MY LUNCH
cake.
chips.
pop.
lunch.
Three
Two
One
Look through poem and
notice words which rhyme
with each other.
Write a letter beside rhyming
words, use a new letter
when a new rhyme is noticed.
There once was a cat. - A
Who sat on a mat. - A
He was holding a spoon. - B
Because he wanted to jump over the moon. - B
Write all the letters beside each
other, and then you will have
the rhyme scheme.
There once was a cat. - A
Who sat on a mat. - A
He was holding a spoon. - B
Because he wanted to jump over the moon. - B
A, A, B, B - Rhyme Scheme
Rhyme Scheme
A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song. It is usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme. In other words, it is the pattern of end rhymes or lines.
Mashed potatoes on the ceiling.
Green beans on the floor.
Stewed tomatoes in the corner.
Squash upon the door.

Pickled peppers in my pocket.
Spinach up my sleeves.
Mushrooms in my underpants with
leeks and lettuce leaves.

Okra, onions, artichokes,
asparagus and beets;
buried neatly underneath the
cushions of our seats.

All the rest I've hidden in my socks
and down my shirt.
I'm done with all my vegetables.
I'm ready for dessert!
P
O
T
A
T
O
E
Twinkle, twinkle little star,
How I wonder what you are?
Are you a star twinkling bright?
Or just another satellite?
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