If your students struggle with sound devices such as alliteration, assonance, and consonance, you are not alone. Correctly identifying these poses a real barrier to my 9th graders and using them in their poetry (using them well!) is even harder. I designed this lesson to address the skill directly
This packet includes one page of notes regarding the three vocabulary terms, and then one worksheet for each of the terms accompanied by the answer key, which totals to more than 40 sentences/questions. The worksheets can be used as individual or group work, or even as an entry task. The three terms
Worksheet focuses on student knowledge of Alliteration, Assonance, Rhyme, and Consonance. There are examples and definitions given of the three terms and then ten sample sentences for students to independently work on.
With definitions, examples, small group practice, and interactive review questions, this Power Point explores the poetic sound devices Alliteration, Assonance, Consonance, and Onomatopoeia. A black and white modified Power Point contains blanks throughout the different slides and can be printed ou
This product has notes to project onto the board that breaks down alliteration, assonance, and consonance into "ALASCO" which includes tips and hints for students to recognize the difference. There are fill in notes, a practice page with an answer key, and a quiz with an answer key. This file is edi
Harness the popularity of Hamilton: An American Musical to reinforce poetry skills with your students. Students struggle with sound devices such as alliteration, assonance, consonance and rhyme. Correctly identifying these devices poses a real barrier to my 9th graders and using them in their poet
Students will learn rhetorical devices by seeing these in speeches and by creating silly riddles that use them.
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In addition to adding literary devices to their speeches, students will observe how alliteration, assonance and consonance can add interes
Alliteration, Assonance and ConsonanceA poster explaining these figurative language terms. A brief explanation and an example support each term. Print this poster at a size that suits you and display it in your classroom or home school. SizesYour download includes two high resolution 300 dpi files
This activity includes a chart for listing the instances of alliteration, consonance and assonance found within the poem The Hill we Climb by Amanda Gorman. Once students have been introduced to the three concepts, they can use the attached poem to search out and list instances found within the poe
***Originally created for online learning***Interactive and engaging.This bundle includes a PowerPoint and worksheet that include videos and a poem reading to teach students the purpose of assonance, alliteration and consonance. They are encouraged to demonstrate their understanding and engage with
Fun activity to teach the difference between alliteration, assonance, and consonance where students write a 6-line tongue twister based on a letter and animal of their choosing. Makes a great beginning-of-the-year activity if each student is given one of their own initials and can be shared with th
***Originally created as an online learning resource***This PowerPoint explains why assonance, alliteration and consonance is used in poetry. It steps them through how to identify each poetic device, using examples from Dr Seuss' The Lorax. It includes a video and final activities.
Using a poem to identify figurative language; assonance, consonance, and alliteration.
Use the numbered chart to list each type of figurative language found in the poem. A column is also provided as extra credit for any additional figurative language found.
In addition, use the following link f
This lesson defines, reviews and gives writing practice for the use of alliteration, consonance and assonance techniques in poetry. Features Robert Frost's "Fire and Ice" as well as works by Seamus Heany and Janis Joplin.
This short lesson on alliteration, consonance, and assonance will give students the ability to understand how these elements create rhythm in poetry and enhance meaning. It includes the following items:• Detailed teacher’s guide• Short Power Point Presentation• Creative writing exercise• Links to
This lesson teaches alliteration, assonance, and consonance use in a lib letter. It can be used with all ages. A term sheet is included. If you read the students' lettters out loud, the lesson takes about 60 minutes. It is fun and educational.
Have your students practice Alliteration, Assonance, & Consonance with Dr. Seuss books. Students will find examples from books such as Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks, and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. They will select quotes and write them in MLA format and highlighting the repeating sounds