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Format Figures of Poetry of Speech Poetic Elements Types of Poems Misc. 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt A repeating pattern in the final sounds of words Rhyme Words that describe how things look, smell, taste, and sound Sensory Language The same sounds, usually at the beginning of words Alliteration A word that imitates the sound being described Onomatopoeia Language that paints sharp pictures Imagery Type of literature that is written in meter, or rhythm Poetry A repeating pattern of sounds, words, phrases, or lines Repetition Repeated phrases or verse in poetry Refrain Patterns of sounds and syllables Rhythm What is a limerick? A humorous poem that is five lines long Rows of words Lines A group of lines Stanza Pattern of rhyming lines in a poem Rhyme Scheme A stanza consisting of four lines Quatrain What is the rhyme scheme for a limerick? AABBA Language that uses figures of speech to compare two unlike objects Figurative Language Comparing two unlike objects using as or like Simile Giving non human objects human qualities Personification Comparing two unlike objects without using like or as Metaphor A figure of speech in which deliberate exaggeration is used for emphasis Hyperbole What is the format of a cinquain poem Five Lines One-word title Two describing words Three action words Four feeling words One synonym for title Poetry without regular meter, rhyme, or stanziac form Free Verse (blank verse) Poetry that tells a story Narrative Poetry that expresses thoughts, emotions, and feelings Lyric Elements of a haiku poem •Originated in Japan •3 lines •17 syllables •5-7-5 syllables •About nature A lyric poem that is fourteen lines long; three quatrains and a couplet Sonnet RULES FOR JEOPARDY REVIEW • Class is divided into five teams. • Listen intently to your team assignment so class time is not wasted getting situated. • We will begin with Group one selecting a CATEGORY and POINT VALUE. – No other group is to be speaking at this time, but rather thinking SILENTLY of the answer in case there is an opportunity for a steal. – If the group gets the question wrong, the question will move on to the next group for a chance to steal. • Whichever group gets the steal is who the next question will be asked to.