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Sound in Poetry. Rhythm. Why Rhythm. Rhythm helps to create mood. Even if you do not understand English, it is possible that you may feel the mood created by the rhythm of lines of poetry. How Rhythm is Produced. Can words create rhythms?. YES

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why rhythm
Why Rhythm

Rhythm helps to create mood.

Even if you do not understand English, it is possible that you may feel the mood created by the rhythm of lines of poetry.

can words create rhythms
Can words create rhythms?
  • YES
    • Although the words of a language have many sounds, they can create rhythms.
    • In English, words may have stressed and/or unstressedsyllables.
examples
Examples

SUMmer

AUtumn

WINter

PENcil

how rhythm is produced1
How Rhythm is Produced

* This will be explored further in the coming lessons.

stress patterns
Stress patterns

Stressed/Unstressed/Stressed/Unstressed/Stressed/Unstressed/…

  • What is the smallest pattern that is repeated?

Unstressed/stressed/unstressed/stressed/unstressed/stressed

 What is the smallest pattern that is repeated?

stress patterns cont d
Stress Patterns (Cont’d)

Stressed/Unstressed/Unstressed/Stressed/Unstressed/Unstressed/Stress/Unstressed/Unstressed . . .

 What is the smallest pattern that is being repeated?

do you know
Do you know?

The smallest stress pattern that is repeated in a line of poetry (e.g. stressed/unstressed) is known as the foot.