PowerPoint Jeopardy. Sounds. Snap, Crackle, Pop Onomatopoeia. Sounds. "Rabbits running over roses" Alliteration. Sounds. “fleet feet sweep by sleeping geeks” Assonance. Sounds. “The daily diary of the American dream." (For extra credit, identify what paper uses this as their slogan)
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Snap, Crackle, Pop
"Rabbits running over roses"
“fleet feet sweep by sleeping geeks”
“Rubber baby buggy bumpers”
A comparison between two unlike things,
using “like” or “as”
One object becomes the other object
Giving human qualities to
The river was like a monster,
swallowing everything in its path
The flowers danced in the breeze.
Two words that almost rhyme
The patterns of end rhyme
Identify the rhyme scheme:
There once was a big brown cat
That liked to eat a lot of mice.
He got all round and fat Because they tasted so nice.
Rhythm: Identify the number of
syllables in the line:
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood.
Identify the kind of poem (Form):
Against the bright sky
stones glow where strong arms placed them
to say "Remember."
Who came up with the idea
for a rebellion?
Which two animals would
emerge on the farm as leaders?
Squealer and Napolean
Which animal is regarded for his
Which animals initiated
What is Boxer’s motto?
“I will work harder”
Most exciting part of plot
A struggle between two characters
A struggle involving
a difficult decision
A character who changes
Three (of the five ways a
character can be indirectly revealed
Leading republican candidate
Capital of Idaho
Wrote Grapes of Wrath
An illegal muscle enhancer:
Muscle that attaches at sternum, clavicle,