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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?
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Dice Score What to write

2A game I like to play

3 Someone I like

4 A TV programme I like

5 Something I like to wear

6 A nice place for a holiday

7 Something I like to do

8 An animal I like

9 Something I like to eat

10 A place I like outside home

11 Something nice at school

12 A place I like at home

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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, said blood, hood weight, height

eye, sigh home, foam choose, use

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Sometimes words almost rhyme, but not quite. We call this a half rhyme.

Examples:

neat, hate peach, couch sorting, parting

Benjamin Zephaniah uses these pairs of words which sound a bit alike but don\'t rhyme:

gravity, heavenly

freezing, believing

magic, panic

Can you find any others that he uses?

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