How to perform poetry Say every word clearly Which bits should be louder or quieter? Which bits should be faster or slower? Do you need pauses anywhere? What about different voices? Are any actions needed? Would sound effects help anywhere?. Dice Score What to write
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Dice Score What to write
2A game I like to play
3Someone I like
4A TV programme I like
5Something I like to wear
6 A nice place for a holiday
7Something I like to do
8An animal I like
9Something I like to eat
10A place I like outside home
11Something nice at school
12A place I like at home
What is a rhyme?
A rhyme is something you hear.
When two words end in the same vowel phoneme, or
the same vowel-plus-consonant pair of phonemes, they rhyme.
Examples:1) sky, try 2) cat, hat
You can't tell a rhyme just by looking at a word!
Examples: Do these pairs rhyme? Do they look like rhymes?
paid, saidblood, hoodweight, height
eye, sighhome, foamchoose, use
Sometimes words almost rhyme, but not quite. We call this a half rhyme.
neat, hatepeach, couchsorting, parting
Benjamin Zephaniah uses these pairs of words which sound a bit alike but don't rhyme:
Can you find any others that he uses?
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
bl br ch cl cr dr dw fl fr gl gr pl pr sc sh sk sl sm sn sp st sw scr shr spl spr squ str th tr tw thr