5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a A rhythm of accented and unaccented symbols.
- b Language that appeals to the 5 senses of a person. For example, "the white fluffy clouds smelled/looked like giant marshmellows.
- c A collection of verses in a poem. Usually there are 4 phrases.
- d Giving human-like characteristics to intimate objects or who dont want to play basketball.
- e Literal dictionary definition of a word.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A short type of poem with one speaker who expresses thoughts and feeling. For example, an ode is a form of lyric poem.
- A basic unit of meter consisting of about 2-3 syllables
- 1) abab
- Using words that compliment each other. There are many different types of ryhme.
- Repetition of constant sounds. For example, "Purple Patricia ate a purple pizza."
5 True/False Questions
Free Verse → A rhythm of accented and unaccented symbols.
Sonnet → A praise or worship t an object or person. Usually in the form of a lyric poem, it is a formal adress to a person, event, or object.
Couplet → Two rhyming lines together.
Metaphor → A rhythm of accented and unaccented symbols.
Hyperbole → A literary device which exaggerates things more than they are.