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  1. Perfect Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme

  2. Rhyme • A correspondence between two words that have a similar sound. “Two words that sound the same.” Examples: high and sigh, fail and sail, sneer and peer, cry and fry, seat and meat

  3. Perfect Rhyme • A rhyme where two or more words begin with different consonant sounds, then have the exact same stressed vowel sounds. Any other following sounds are also the same. Perfect rhymes may or may not be spelled the same way, but they do not have to be. Examples: rink and wink, gratitude and latitude.

  4. Slant Rhyme Rhyme where two words share just the vowel sound (assonance) or share just the consonant sound (consonance). Slant rhymes do not have to be spelled in different ways. Assonance Examples: heart and star, body and camaraderie Consonance Examples: ill and well, all and soul, felt, quilt Slant rhymes can be made by taking a two-syllable word and manipulating it so that one of the syllables no longer rhymes. Examples: rumor and consumer, wonder and daughter, easily and definitely, heart and starving.

  5. Humpty Dumpty HumptyDumptysat on a wall;Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the King's horses And all the King's menCouldn't  put Humpty together again! *Perfect rhymes=bold *Slant rhymes=underline

  6. Emily Dickinson: “Hope is the thing with feathers” Hope is the thing with feathersThat perches in the soul,And sings the tune without the words,And never stops at all,And sweetest in the gale is heard;And sore must be the stormThat could abash the little birdThat kept so many warm.I've heard it in the chilliest landAnd on the strangest sea;Yet, never, in extremity,It asked a crumb of me.

  7. Macklemore “Wings” I was seven years old, when I got my first pairAnd I stepped outsideAnd I was like, momma, this air bubble right here, it's gonna make me flyI hit that court, and when I jumped, I jumped, I swear I got so highI touched the net, momma I touched the net, this is the best day of my lifeAir Max's were next,That air bubble, that meshThe box, the smell, the stuffin', the tread, in schoolI was so coolI knew that I couldn't crease 'emMy friends couldn't afford 'emFour stripes on their AdidasOn the court I wasn't the best, but my kicks were like the prosYo, I stick out my tongue so everyone could see that logoNike Air Flight, but bad was so dopeAnd then my friend Carlos' brother got murdered for his Fours*, whoa See he just wanted a jump shot, but they wanted his Starter coat, thoughDidn't wanna get caught, from Genesee Park to OthelloYou could clown for those Pro Wings, with the VelcroThose were not tightI was trying to fly without leaving the ground,Cause I wanted to be like Mike, rightWanted to be him, I wanted to be that guy, I wanted to touch the rimI wanted to be cool, and I wanted to fit in,I wanted what he had, America, it begins

  8. A hundred dollars for a pair of shoes I would never hoop inLook at me, look at me, I'm a cool kidI'm an individual, yeah, but I'm part of a movementMy movement told me be a consumer and I consumed itThey told me to just do it, I listened to what that swoosh saidLook at what that swoosh didSee it consumed my thoughtsAre you stupid, don't crease 'em, just leave 'em in that boxStrangled by these laces, laces I can barely talkThat's my air bubble and I'm lost, if it popsWe are what we wear, we wear what we areBut see I look inside the mirror and think Phil Knight tricked us allWill I stand for change, or stay in my boxThese Nikes help me define me, but I'm trying to take mine, off [Chorus:]I want to flyCan you take me far awayGive me a star to reach forTell me what it takesAnd I'll go so highI'll go so highMy feet won't touch the groundI stitch my wingsAnd pull the stringsI bought these dreamsThat all fall down We want what we can't have, commodity makes us want itSo expensive, damn, I just got to flaunt itGot to show 'em, so exclusive, this that new shit

  9. [Chorus:]I want to flyCan you take me far awayGive me a star to reach forTell me what it takesAnd I'll go so highI'll go so highMy feet won't touch the groundI stitch my wingsAnd pull the stringsI bought these dreamsThat all fall downIt started out, with what I wear to schoolThat first day, like these are what make you coolAnd this pair, this would be my parachuteSo much more than just a pair of shoesNah, this is what I amWhat I wore, this is the source of my youthThis dream that they sold to youFor a hundred dollars and some changeConsumption is in the veinsAnd now I see it's just another pair of shoes

  10. Question 1 Would there be more or fewer slant rhymes for than perfect rhymes for most words? Why? *Silent Partner Share Silent Partner Share Rules: • Partner A talks and Partner B listens • Switch • Partner B talks and Partner A listens • Share in large group when granted permission

  11. Question 2 How does the process of rhyming words affect the reader’s understanding? *Silent Partner Share Silent Partner Share Rules: • Partner A talks and Partner B listens • Switch • Partner B talks and Partner A listens • Share in large group when granted permission