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Poetry Jeopardy. Rhyme Patterns. Structure. Poetic Speech. Give it a try!. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. What is the difference between a couplet and a triplet?.

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Poetry Jeopardy

Rhyme Patterns

Structure

Poetic Speech

Give it a try!

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A a b b a

A flea and a fly in a flue a

Were caught, so what could they do? a

Said the fly, “Let us flee.” b

“Let us fly.” said the flea. b

So they flew through a flaw in the flue a

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Think of a word to rhyme with each of the following:

Lawyer

Holly

Television

Pillow

Radio

Laundry

Novel

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Words that Rhyme with:

Lawyer: Destroyer

Holly: Jolly

Television: Superstition

Pillow: Willow

Radio: Audio

Laundry: Quandary

Novel: Grovel

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Please find me a lawyer

Who is kind

And does not mind

Being a destroyer

Of my junky car

That broke down

In the middle of town

I had driven so far

Someone with a law degree

Make this car history!

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An Iamb is a metrical foot of two syllables, one short (unstressed) and one long (stressed).

“Come live/with me/and be/my love”

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There are 14 Lines in a sonnet. Shakespeare is famous for his Sonnets

“Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May…”

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A type of meter in poetry, in which there are five iambs to a line. Here’s an example from Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet

“But soft!/What light/through yon/derwin/dowbreaks?”

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Hyperbole!

Ex: That cookie is bigger than an elephant!

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Acrostic

P

O

E

T

R

Y

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Acrostic

Poetry

Opens

Every

Tricky

Rhyme

You can think of!

*press space bar to see poem

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Haiku

(Build a Haiku using these words, remember to count the syllables!)

Cupcakes

Ice cream

Favorite

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Haiku

Cupcakes with frosting

Ice cream with chocolate syrup

My favorite things.

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Limerick

Unscramble this Limerick:

She ate ‘till she dropped

There once was a dog named Molly

Then she realized all her Folly

And did belly flops

Who enjoyed eating Christmas Holly

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Limerick

There once was a dog named Molly

Who enjoyed eating Christmas holly

She ate ‘till she dropped

And did belly flops

Then realized all of her folly

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Diamante

Build your own Diamante using these words for the first and last lines :

Carnival

Vs.

A Boring night at home

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Diamante

Carnivals

Noisy, Colorful

Ride-riding, eating, game winning

Fun, Exciting, Boring, Lame

Sitting, waiting, thumb twiddling

Quiet, Bland

A boring night at home