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“What would you do for love?”. Literary devices with The highwayman. Directions. ADD to your Keynote presentation for the upcoming notes. You should have ONE slide for EACH word. Include the following: Definition Example Picture/image (we will do this part LATER, not right now!).

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Literary devices with the highwayman

“What would you do for love?”

Literary devices with The highwayman


Directions

Directions

  • ADD to your Keynote presentation for the upcoming notes.

  • You should have ONE slide for EACH word. Include the following:

    • Definition

    • Example

    • Picture/image (we will do this part LATER, not right now!)


Imagery

imagery

  • definition: writing that uses the five senses to create “pictures” in the mind of the reader

  • Examples:

  • “There’s a patch of old snow in the corner.”

  • The aroma of the sweet, syrupy chocolate filled my nostrils when I walked into the kitchen.”

  • When the bee stung me, it was as though my skin was attacked with fifty thousand pinpricks.


Simile

simile

  • definition: comparison of two or more UNLIKE things using “like” or “as”

  • Examples:

  • Her hand was as cold as an icicle on Minnesota winter day.

  • “My love is like a red, red rose.”

  • Non-examples:

  • The girl was as quiet as a mute person.

  • WHY is this not a good simile?


Metaphor

metaphor

  • definition: comparison of two or more UNLIKE things not using “like” or “as”

  • Examples:

  • “Poets make pets of pretty words.”

  • His locker was a trash can.


Onomatopoeia

onomatopoeia

  • definition: when a word’s pronunciation imitates its sound OR when you say the word, the sound it makes it its only meaning

  • Examples:

  • “Bang! There goes another building.”

  • The bacon sizzled in the pan.

  • The snake hissed at the prancing ponies.


Literary devices with the highwayman

Now…

  • Add a picture/image to each of your slides that will help you remember the MEANING of the word.

  • Remember: Simply typing in the poetry term in Google Images does NOT count as a meaningful picture. How Google “remembers” or associates the word might not have any use for you!


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