Sound Devices
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by Steve Schmaltz
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
Schmaltz
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What are Sound Devices?
Words that are written in the shape of the topic of the writing
Literary devices used by poets to convey and reinforce the meaning or experience of poetry through the skillful use of sound.
Language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation.
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What is Alliteration?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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Choose the best example of Alliteration.
Pink Rink Stink
Bang Pop Pow Fizz
Silly Snakes Slither
Tim Win
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What is Assonance?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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Choose the best example of Assonance.
Pink Rink Stink
Bang Pop Pow Fizz
Silly Snakes Slither
Tim Win
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What is Perfect Rhyme?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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Choose the best example of Perfect Rhyme.
Pink Rink Stink
Bang Pop Pow Fizz
Silly Snakes Slither
Tim Win
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What is Slant Rhyme?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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Choose the best example of Slant Rhyme.
Pink Rink Stink
Bang Pop Pow Fizz
Silly Snakes Slither
Tim Win
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What is End Rhyme?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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What is Repetition?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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What is Rhythm?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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What is Onomatopoeia?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only.
The repetition of vowel sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Words that represent the sounds that they are naming.
The musical quality of the way the words sound in a poem. Also, the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
The repetition of consonant sounds in nearby words or syllables.
Rhyming happens between the words at the end of the lines of a poem.
Repeating words or phrases to create rhythm and/or emphasis in poetry.
Words that begin with different consonant sounds, then have identical stressed vowel sounds and any other following sounds.
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Choose the best example of Onomatopoeia.
Pink Rink Stink
Bang Pop Pow Fizz
Silly Snakes Slither
Tim Win
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