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"Auto Wreck" by karl shapiro

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Transcript of "Auto Wreck" by karl shapiro

Sound Devices
Highlight the following terms in your Introduction to Poetry Packet:
Alliteration
Consonance
Assonance
Consonance
Example:
1. He stoo
d
on the roa
d
and crie
d
.
2. The zoo was ama
z
ing, especially the li
z
ards and chimpan
z
ees.
3. I dropped the lo
ck
et in the thi
ck
mud.
Assonance
Example:
1. From "The Bells" by Edgar Allan Poe
Hear the m
e
llow w
e
dding b
e
lls

2. From "The Feast of Famine" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Sudden cr
o
wings of laughter, monot
o
nous dr
o
ne of s
o
ng
"Auto Wreck"
1. Read the poem "Auto Wreck" by Karl Shapiro as a class.
2. Number off from 1-6 to create small groups.
"Auto Wreck" Vocabulary
With your group, look up the definitions to the following words, and write then next to where the words appear in the poem:
1. beacon 6. banal
2. douche 7. occult
3. tourniquet 8. denouement
4. convalescent 9. expedient
5. gauche
Alliteration
Example: From "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe
D
eep into that
d
arkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing,
D
oubting,
d
reaming
d
reams no mortal ever
d
ared to
d
ream before
"Auto Wreck" by karl shapiro
"Auto Wreck" - Finding Sound
Devices
1. Reread the poem with your group.
2. Circle all of the instances of
repetition
of words.
3. Locate the sound devices assigned to your
group by underlining or highlighting them.
Group 1 - alliteration
Group 2 - consonance
Group 3 - assonance
Group 4 - alliteration
Group 5 - consonance
Group 6 - assonance
Presentation of Devices
With your group, present the
examples of the assigned
sound device from the poem.
Each group member should
participate by presenting
an example and explaining
its use/function in the poem.
Daily Grade!
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