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Poetry. Jessica Robey. 4 th Grade Language Arts. Objectives: Recognize discussed poetry terms in selected poems. Respond to questions from the quiz. . Poetry Terms . Alliteration The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning of words. Free Verse

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poetry

Poetry

Jessica Robey

4 th grade language arts
4th Grade Language Arts
  • Objectives:
    • Recognize discussed poetry terms in selected poems.
    • Respond to questions from the quiz.
poetry terms
Poetry Terms
  • Alliteration
    • The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning of words.
  • Free Verse
    • Poetry composed of either rhymed or unrhymed lines that have no set meter.
  • Narrative
    • Telling a story.
poetry terms1
Poetry Terms
  • Personification
    • A figure of speech in which nonhuman things or abstract ideas are given human characteristics.
  • Rhyme
    • The occurrence of the same or similar sounds at the end of two or more words.
snow ball
Snow Ball

I made myself a snowball as perfect as could be

I thought I’d keep it as a pet and let it sleep with me

I made it some pajamas and a pillow for it’s head

Then, last night it ran away

But first – it wet the bed.

-Shel Silverstein

what poetry techniques did you notice in the first poem
What poetry techniques did you notice in the first poem?
  • [Remember the discussed terms were: Alliteration, free verse, narrative, personification, and rhyme.]
five little peas
Five Little Peas

Five little peas in a pea-pod pressed,

One grew, two grew, and so did the rest;

They grew…and grew…and did not stop,

Until one day the pod went…Pop!

what poetry techniques did you notice in the second poem
What poetry techniques did you notice in the second poem?
  • [Remember the discussed terms were: Alliteration, free verse, narrative, personification, and rhyme.]