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Cooking with Ragueneau the Poetic Chef! . Poetry . Ragueneau the Poetic Chef ! . What are your impressions of the character Ragueneau? . Literary Terms . Figurative language: (simile, metaphor, alliteration, personification, rhyme)

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Cooking with ragueneau the poetic chef

Cooking with Ragueneau the Poetic Chef!

Poetry


Ragueneau the poetic chef

Ragueneau the Poetic Chef !

  • What are your impressions of the character Ragueneau?


Literary terms

Literary Terms

  • Figurative language: (simile, metaphor, alliteration, personification, rhyme)

  • Perfect rhyme – a rhyme in which the later part of the word or phrase is identical sounding to that of another. (e.g. sky and high )

  • Imperfect or slant rhyme – consonance on the final consonants of the words involved (e.g. ill with shell)


Literary terms1

Literary Terms

  • Internal rhyme – a rhyme involving a word in the middle of a line and another at the end of the line or in the middle of the next

    • EX:

      I'm six-foot-one and I'm tons of fun and I dress to a T

      You see, I got more clothes than Muhammad Ali and I dress so viciouslyI got body guards, I got two big cars, I definitely ain't the whackI got a Lincoln Continental and a sun-roofed CadillacSo after school, I take a dip in the pool, which is really on the wallI got a color TV, so I can see the Knicks play basketball

      - Sugarhill Gang “Rapper’s Delight”


Literary terms2

Literary Terms

  • End Rhyme - a rhyme that occurs in the last syllables of verses

    • EX: Robert Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”:

    • Whose woods these are I think I know,His house is in the village, though;He will not see me stopping hereTo watch his woods fill up with snow.

      My little horse must think it queer


Recipe poem

Recipe Poem

  • You will be writing your very own poem based on a recipe. (The same way Ragueneau does with his A Recipe for Almond Tarts )

  • Using the original recipe I give you, rewrite the recipe to include two examples each of :

    • Perfect Rhyme

    • Imperfect Rhyme

    • Internal Rhyme

    • End Rhyme

    • Metaphor

    • Simile

    • Alliteration

      YOU MUST LABEL EACH EXAMPLE TO RECEIVE FULL CREDIT!


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