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Playing with Words Lexicon; Section
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moistbiker

π. Words and Sound. Woosh. !. Alliteration. Definition. The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds in two or more neighboring words . Effects. reinforces meaning . unifies ideas. supplies .

Poetry Definitions Words you need to know
Poetry Definitions Words you need to know - presentation

natalia-si

. Alliteration. The repetition of consonant sounds, especially at the beginning of words. . Examples:. "Fetched fresh, as I suppose, off some sweet wood." . “Polly planted plenty of pretty pansies.”.

Roots
Roots - presentation

olivia-mor

and Prefixes. Visual aids. RPS #. 3. Pre. ,. Mon,. Micro,. Ali,. Scrib. ,. De,. Capit. , . Fer. Pre. Meaning. Examples in other words . before. precede. Pre. Meaning. Examples in other words . before.

Good morning! 10/28
Good morning! 10/28 - presentation

kittie-lec

You need…. Journals!. Bellwork. 10/28. Define the following terms: . Imagery. Simile. Metaphor. Hyperbole. Personification. Alliteration. Onomatopoeia. Imagery. Any description using one of the five senses (sight, smell, taste, touch, sound)..

Semantics
Semantics - presentation

debby-jeon

Term 2 Week 4. Lexical Relations. Lexical Relations. Synonymy. Two or more words with very closely related meanings are called . synonyms. . . Synonymy. Synonyms can often, though not always, be substituted for each other in sentences. .

Semantics
Semantics - presentation

cheryl-pis

Term 2 Week 4. Lexical Relations. Lexical Relations. Synonymy. Two or more words with very closely related meanings are called . synonyms. . . Synonymy. Synonyms can often, though not always, be substituted for each other in sentences. .

Brianna
Brianna - presentation

natalia-si

Kiana. Kristina. Blake . Bryce. Poetic devices. Examples: . “This bread is as soft as concrete”. “Clear as mud”. “That was almost as fun as a root canal”. Verbal Irony. When the speaker says something that is opposite to what they really mean.

APPLIED
APPLIED - presentation

tawny-fly

LINGUISTICS. AMBIGUITY. LOOK AT THIS:. WHAT IS AMBIGUITY?. A . word, phrase, or sentence is ambiguous if it has more than one . meaning, in other words ambiguity has more than one interpretation.. FOR .

The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Picture of Dorian Gray - presentation

tatyana-ad

Mood Analysis. Pay attention to what the prompt is asking you to analyze.. Thoroughly annotate the passage below, . noting Wilde’s use of diction, syntax, and imagery.. Then synthesize these notes into a one-page, typed analysis that .

EOC Essentials
EOC Essentials - presentation

karlyn-boh

Literary Terms. Language that appeals to a reader’s sense of sight, hearing, touch, smell, or taste.. SENSORY LANGUAGE:. An example of sensory language. The crisp autumn wind felt cold on his wrist and almost tasted of ripe apples..

Figurative Language English
Figurative Language English - presentation

jane-oiler

11. Simile. Definition: A statement that shows a comparison between two unlike things using the words “like” or “as”. Examples. “Kate inched over her own thoughts like a measuring worm.” .

Figurative Language  A quick review before we play
Figurative Language A quick review before we play - presentation

luanne-sto

Bingo !!! . Similes . Kevin is as bright as a light bulb. . This guy is as blind as a bat. .. A way of describing something by comparing it with ‘like’ or ‘as’. . Metaphors. . The clown was a feather floating away..

Prepositional
Prepositional - presentation

lindy-duni

Phrases. Prepositions. Words that show . relationships between nouns and other words . Examples. The pencil is . under. . the desk.. The desk . is . inside. . the classroom.. Objects. Nouns . in a sentence that do .

Prepositional
Prepositional - presentation

marina-yar

Phrases. Prepositions. Words that show relationships between nouns and other words . Examples. The pencil is . under. . the desk.. The desk is . inside. . the classroom.. Objects. Nouns . in a sentence that do .

VISUAL PUNS Drawing/Graphic Design
VISUAL PUNS Drawing/Graphic Design - presentation

giovanna-b

WHAT IS A PUN?. A play on words, usually the assignment of different meanings to similarly sounding words or phrases, with humorous intent. .. a joke exploiting the different possible meanings of a word or the fact that there are words that sound alike but have different meanings..

Figurative Language
Figurative Language - presentation

trish-goza

Let’s . figure. it out together…. Metaphor. A. . statement that . isn’t literal, but only . makes sense when the . similarities or comparison . between the two things become . apparent.. Examples:.

Drama Terms
Drama Terms - presentation

calandra-b

Words to Know. TRAGEDY. Begins light-heartedly. Ends in sorrow. Drama. COMEDY. Begins in drama, seriously. Ends in lightheartedness. ACTS. Larger chunks of time. Defined by plot curve. Divisions in plays.

Students are res-ponsible for knowing definition of each wo
Students are res-ponsible for knowing definition of each wo - presentation

ellena-man

Latin and Greek Roots . Instructions:. Copy the root, meaning and examples.. Study, learn the words and their definitions.. Root meanings will help you learn the words meanings. . Root . . Meaning .

Literary Terms &
Literary Terms & - presentation

lois-ondre

Story Elements. Character. Characterization: refers to a characters personality or the method by which the writer reveals this personality.. Direct Characterization: the writer tells you directly about the character..

Verbals
Verbals - presentation

tatiana-do

English 11. Verbals. Definition: A word that is formed from a verb but functions as a different part of speech.. Verbals. can function as nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and verbs.. Parts of Speech Review.

Figurative Language
Figurative Language - presentation

cheryl-pis

A Creative Writing Strategy. Ahhhh. yes, figurative language.  This is some of the . funnest. , yet hardest stuff to learn.  It is different than the Elements of Literature, yet it is a part of it also because this is the language the author uses in order to convey his/her message to you, the reader.  If you type in .

Literary Devices: Interesting when you read, useful when you write!
Literary Devices: Interesting when you read, useful when you - presentation

min-jolico

Literary Devices: Interesting when you read, useful when you write! ONOMATOPOEIA Examples : crunch zap tick-tock whoosh is a word that imitates the sound it represents. PERSONIFICATION Examples : My

“Roar”
“Roar” - presentation

myesha-tic

by Katy Perry. An introduction to poetry. Alliteration . Idioms. Similes. Onomatopoeia . Allusion . Repetition. Personification . End rhyme. H. yperbole. Review of terms. Scavenger Hunt. Find four examples of ALLITERATION.

“Roar”
“Roar” - presentation

alexa-sche

by Katy Perry. An introduction to poetry. Alliteration . Idioms. Similes. Onomatopoeia . Allusion . Repetition. Personification . End rhyme. H. yperbole. Review of terms. Scavenger Hunt. Find four examples of ALLITERATION.

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