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Assonance Lesson Plan

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Ember Vosmek-Park

on 1 April 2013

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Transcript of Assonance Lesson Plan

What is Assonance? You may not know what assonance means
or where it is seen,
but soon you will know that it happens to float
in almost everything! Assonance is... Assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds to create internal rhyming within phrases and sentences Examples of Assonance The man with the tan was the meanest in the land See how the words 'man,' 'tan,' and 'land' have been used to provide a specific sound Excerpt from 'The Bells' by Edgar Allen Poe ...From the molten golden notes... 'Molten,' 'golden,' and 'notes' all share a hard 'o' vowel sound Even in the food we eat! 'Reese's' and 'pieces' both make a hard 'e' sound My puppy punched me in the eye.
My rabbit whacked my ear.
My ferret gave a frightful cry
and roundhouse kicked my rear.
My lizard flipped me upside down.
My kitten kicked my head.
My hamster slammed me to the ground
and left me nearly dead.
So my advice? Avoid regrets;
no matter what you do,
don’t ever let your family pets
take lessons in kung fu.
–Kenn Nesbitt This poem includes some examples of assonance, too. Can you find them? Review of what you've learned Try and identify whether these are examples of assonance or not a. Try to light the fire
b. Tony tried the tea
c. Mary loves her cats
d. The moon will rise soon Assonance Sources http://examples.yourdictionary.com/assonance-examples.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1Bs6ej5yO0 http://www.sheerpoetry.co.uk/junior/literacy-hour/year-6/assonance http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/lessons/alliteration-and-assonance-a-poetry-lesson-plan/ http://poetryinternational.sdsu.edu/docs/Alliteration_Consonance_Assonance_Lesson%20Plan.pdf
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