Poetry Concept Map. When introducing a poetry unit, this concept map graphic organizer will help your students understand the relationship of graphics, sound devices, and figurative language to poetry as a whole. Each of these are further broken down to show terms related to them. For example, sound devices are alliteration, assonance, consonance, and onomatopoeia. It can be projected on a whiteboard, or blown it up and made it into a poster to hang in the classroom. At the bottom is an essential question - What is poetry? I like to have students look up different definitions of poetry from the dictionary, famous poets, etc. and then we discuss and come up with our own class definition, which we write in. Included is a blank graphic organizer for students to fill out.
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