Why and how is a song about Alliteration effective for students?
Alliteration is a fancy word for a relatively easy concept. When authors use repetitive letter sounds, blends, and digraphs, it creates a pleasing poetic element. Tongue-twisters are a fun and memorable example of the use of alliteration. Once introduced, the concept of alliteration is easy to recall; the challenge is remembering the word itself, “alliteration”. This song explains the poetic element of alliteration using many fun and silly examples which help with overall retention!
Great! What is included with the video?
Alliteration Work Sheet:
To help read and locate alliteration in sentences. Also, includes a section to encourage students to make up and share tongue twisters – this is a fun and memorable way to help students remember the concept.
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