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Poetry Features

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Keith Broyles

on 7 March 2014

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Transcript of Poetry Features

Let's Go!
But what do all of these mean?

Let's learn about the components of poetry!
What makes a poem?

What is this poem about?

What do you notice about this
poem?
Poetic Literary Devices
Fun with words
What poems do you love?

How do poets gather ideas?

Why does poetry sound better read
aloud

What does imagery look and sound
like in poetry?
Authors use many literary devices to help them create works of art.
Examples of literary devices:
Similies
, Metaphors,
Imagery
, Onomatopoeia,
Word Choice
, Descriptive Language,
Rhyme and Rythym of Language
, Alliteration,
Allusion
, Personification
Alliteration:
Repetition of initial consonant sounds

Example: Sister Suzy sat on the
seashore until suddenly she was
swallowed by a shark.
Allusion:
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art.

Ex. To act or not to act, that was Maria's dilemma
Metaphor:
A figure of speech in which
something is described as though
it were something else

Ex: He is such a pig when he eats!
Onomatopoeia:
The use of words that imitate sounds

Ex: The buzz of the bee was very loud. Pop,
zoom, splat, whoosh
Personification:
A type of figurative language in
which a non-human subject is
given human characteristics

Ex. The tree waved excitedly in
the wind.
Simile:
A figure of speech that uses like or
as to make a direct comparison
between two unlike ideas

Ex. My love is like a red, red rose.
Rhyme:
Repetition of sounds at the
end of words

Ex. Roses are red
Violets are blue
Sugar is sweet
And so are you
Rhythm:
Pattern of beats or stresses in
spoken or written language

Ex:
All around the room
I hear the music play
It takes control of the children’s feet
And makes their bodies sway
Mood:
The feeling created in the reader by
a literary work


Sad, Excited, Joy, Laughter, Hatred
so many that we can't list them all.
Any feeling you have can be a mood
Imagery:
A word or phrase that appeals to
one or more of the five senses

Ex. Daffodils by William Wordsworth
A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the Milky Way
But what are literary devices?
A Literary Device is a writing technique which
produces a specific effect.
http://learnzillion.com/lessons/630-determine-a-characters-mood-in-a-poem
CREATIVITY

Literary Devices Song

Let's have a little fun with
literary devices!

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