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November 16. Today’s Focus is SOUND DEVICES. Use your prior knowledge and your classmates to complete the notes guide. You may also use your RJ text if needed. . Let’s Review. Alliteration : repeating the same sound at he beginning of a series of words

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    1. November 16 Today’s Focus is SOUND DEVICES. Use your prior knowledge and your classmates to complete the notes guide. You may also use your RJ text if needed.

    2. Let’s Review Alliteration: repeating the same sound at he beginning of a series of words Assonance: repeating the same vowel sound in the middle of a series of words Onomatopoeia: words that imitate sounds Rhythm: the musicality or beat of a poem; found in the syllables/emphasis in each line – there must be a clear pattern Repetition: repeating words or phrases in poem Rhyme Scheme: the pattern of end rhyme in a poem; labeled with letters, such as: AABB CCDD EEFF

    3. Disco Dancing Boom-boom base balanced blast, Pulsating pace, palaver passed, Click-clack cameras caution cast, Flick-flack faces flickering fast. Chirpy chirpy cheap chicks cha-cha-cha, Haughty “Hooray” Henries ha-ha-ha, Yap-yap yodeller yelps ya-ya-ya, Tap-dancer taps tat-ta-tat-ta-tat-ta.. Haphazard hip-hoppers happily howl, Flip-flop footballer follows fowl, Gargling gargantuan grumbles growl, Plip-plop plumber’s passions prowl. Fat funky fellow’s fox trot fails, Willy-nilly wallower woefully wails, Tittle-tattle two-steppers tell tall tales, Heave ho! Haranguer hackney-cab hails. Puffing-panting policeman politely prancing, Chattering champagne Charlie cautiously chancing, Everybody elevates, enhancing, Da-de-da-dar-da-de-do-dar dapper damsel disco dancing

    4. Poetic Devices in Music Watch the video --

    5. Death Cab for Cutie Summer Skin Squeaky swings and tall grass The longest shadows ever cast The water's warm and children swim And we frolicked about in our summer skin I don't recall a single care Just greenery and humid air Then Labor day came and went And we shed what was left of our summer skin On the night you left I came over And we peeled the freckles from our shoulders Our brand new coats so flushed and pinkAnd I knew your heart I couldn't winCause the season's change was a conduit And we'd left our love in our summer skin

    6. Sound Devices Review Take out your homework!

    7. What type of sound device is used in this line of poetry? Say to them, Say to the down-keepers, The sun-slappers The harmony-hushers. Onomatopoeia Alliteration Rhyme Rhythm

    8. What type of sound device is used in this line of poetry? I see the green sheen of the deep green sea. Onomatopoeia Alliteration Rhyme Assonance

    9. What type of sound device is used in this line of poetry? The rusty spigot Sputters, Utters A splutter, Spatters a smattering of drops, Gashes wider; Slash, Splatters, Scatters, Spurts, Finally stops sputtering And plash! Gushes rushes splashes Clear water dashes. Onomatopoeia Alliteration Rhyme Rhythm

    10. What type of sound device is used in this line of poetry? Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall Onomatopoeia Alliteration Personification Rhythm