These worksheets will help your high school students learn how to analyze alliteration and assonance in Shakespeare’s plays and poetry. Use the handouts to build their knowledge and then use the 5 worksheets to practice their new skills.
→ 2 handouts explaining the literary terms alliteration and assonance, including the 8 types of alliteration and the purpose of them in Shakespeare.
→ 5 worksheets for students to practice identifying alliteration and assonance.
This FREEBIE is a great showcase of my full Shakespeare play units. Check out Macbeth Complete Unit
; Romeo and Juliet Workbook
and The Tempest Complete Unit
Please note – this free resource on TpT is limited to 10 pages and as such I cannot include the answer keys for you.
Take a look and see what buyers have said about my Shakespeare resources:
♥ “Fun way to engage students in Shakespeare right off the bat” February 2, 2017
♥ “Great background information” January 23, 2017
♥ “My students loved this. Thanks!” January 16, 2017
♥ “Very well done. Great intro activity for all level classes.” January 11, 2017
If you are looking for more ideas for creative writing, you might also be interested in:
Introduction to Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet Workbook
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