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7th Gr - Onomatopoeia

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Ms Rogala

on 9 March 2013

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Transcript of 7th Gr - Onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia Words that sound like the action or thing they describe or represent. In our own words:
an imitation of another sound, example: meow, woof, honk &
boom etc. "woof, woof" as the dog angrily barked at the cat sitting in the tree. "Pitter, patter!" the rain slowly leaked threw the roof of Lucas's wooden cabin. Which one is the Onomatopoeia?

hearing
bang
disappointed
appreciative Description of onomatopoeia:
An authors way of describing and telling a sound, it is used to
make the story more interesting by adding descriptive sounds. It is mainly intended to mimic a certain sound. Tips When adding Onomatopoeias-,
always make sure that you make the sound as realistic as possible! "quack,quack,quack" as a herd of ducks waddles by the sky blue pond. "zippityzip!" as laura tightly zips up her comfy winter jacket. "screech" as the old broken car tries to pause at a red light more examples THE END! What do you think the onomatopoeia in this picture/sentence should be?? " ??????? " AS THE EXCITED DINOSAUR KNOCKS DOWN EVERY TREE AS HE JOGS THROUGH THE FOREST " ???????? " the cat pawed at the closed door angrily. Songs with Onomatopeias
With a "Quack,quack" here and a "Quack,quack" there (Old Mcdonald had a farm)
Boom Boom Pow (Black Eye Peas)
Tik Tok (Ke$ha)
Boom, Boom, Boom even brighter than the moon, moon, moon (Firework Katy Perry)
Hickory dickory dock, the mouse went up the clock MORE EXAMPLES!!!

1 - Cock-a-doodle-do, crowed the rooster.
2 - The clock goes ticktock.
3 - The cow says moo all day long.
4 - With the click of a mouse I can open another window on my computer.
5 - The duck quacked at the bird.
6- The birds like to tweet outside my window.
7 - Don't belch so loud.
8 - I was so cold my teeth were chattering.
9 - I heard the bees buzzing. By Ms. Rogala BOOM! BAM! ZIP! bang
bash
beep
buzz
boom
ding
fizz burb
hiss
hoot
howl
moan
mutter
plot phew
yikes
clap
clink
clang
twang
slurb slash
thud
slosh
squawl
tweet
snip
smack wolf
zip
zing
zoom
wop
yelp
wirr Why use Onomatopoeia's?
It stimulates the readers imagination. It can turn a story or a poem into something more memorable. It makes life more exciting. It give an idea of a sound effect. How reading and writing is enhanced. It makes reading very exciting by adding an onomatopoeia in the sentence. It helps tell what's going on and how the characters react and it makes for an exciting story. BAM POW POW Warm-up
* What do you think an Onomatopoeia is?
Talk with your table friends, be prepared to share your answer. Agenda:
Warm-up
What's the Big Idea?
To learn about Onomatopoeia's
and to Create an Onomatopoeia
Exit Pass Exit Pass:
1) Name 3 things you found out
2) Name 2 interesting things
3) Name 1 question you have
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