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Before: Quick Write. Why do you think so many songs rhyme?. Rhyme Scheme. Rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhyme between the lines of a poem or song. The scheme is designated using letters. The dog was so fat (A) It could not catch the cat (A) It was like a toothless shark (B)

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before quick write
Before: Quick Write
  • Why do you think so many songs rhyme?
rhyme scheme
Rhyme Scheme
  • Rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhyme between the lines of a poem or song. The scheme is designated using letters.

The dog was so fat (A)

It could not catch the cat (A)

It was like a toothless shark (B)

All it could do was bark bark bark! (B)

  • Also expressed: AABB
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Rhyme Scheme

We must not look at goblin men, (A)

We must not buy theirfruits: (B)

Who knows upon what soil they fed (C)

Their hungry, thirsty roots? (B)

Also expressed: ABCB

song of the dwarves j r r tolkien
“Song of the Dwarves” – J.R.R. Tolkien

Far over the Misty Mountains cold,

In dungeons deep and caverns old,

We must away

Ere break of day,

To seek our pale enchanted gold.

The pines were roaring on the height,

The wind was moaning in the night,

The fire was red,

It flaming spread,

The trees like torches blazed with light.

song of the dwarves j r r tolkien1
“Song of the Dwarves” – J.R.R. Tolkien

Far over the Misty Mountains cold, (A)

In dungeons deep and caverns old, (A)

We must away (B)

Ere break of day, (B)

To seek our pale enchanted gold. (A)

The pines were roaring on the height, (C)

The wind was moaning in the night, (C)

The fire was red, (D)

It flaming spread, (D)

The trees like torches blazed with light. (C)

Also expressed: AABBA CCDDC

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Rhyme Scheme
  • There once was a fellow named Tim (A)
  • Whose dad never taught him to swim(A)
  • He fell off a dock (B)
  • And sunk like a rock (B)
  • And that was the end of him! (A)
  • Also expressed: AABBA
rhyme scheme try it
Rhyme Scheme: Try It

There’s a hole in the world like a great black pit

And the vermin of the world inhabit it

And its morals aren’t worth what a pig could spit

And it goes by the name of London

At the top of the hole sit a privileged few

Making mock of the vermin in the lower zoo

Turning beauty to filth and greed

I too have sailed the world and seen its wonders,

For the cruelty of men is as wondrous as Peru,

But there’s no place like London.

rhyme scheme how did you do
Rhyme Scheme: How did you do?

There’s a hole in the world like a great black pit (A)

And the vermin of the world inhabit it (A)

And its morals aren’t worth what a pig could spit (A)

And it goes by the name of London (B)

At the top of the hole sit a privileged few (C)

Making mock of the vermin in the lower zoo (D)

Turning beauty to filth and greed (E)

I too have sailed the world and seen its wonders, (F)

For the cruelty of men is as wondrous as Peru, (D)

But there’s no place like London. (B)

Also expressed: AAABCDEFDB

after exit slip 5 minutes
After: Exit Slip (5 minutes)
  • What is rhyme scheme?
  • How can you tell the rhyme scheme of a poem?
  • What is something else you learned about poetry today?