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Sound Devices Literary Devices #2 Poetry Poetry/Literary Devices Point of View/Irony
100
What is an example of alliteration?
Peter Piper ate Pizza
100
What is an example of simile?
He danced like a butterfly.
100
What is a couplet?
A two line stanza that rhymes
100
What is a refrain?
A repeated line or phrase throughout the poem
100
What is verbal irony?
“Thanks for the ticket officer you just made my day!”
200
What is an example of onomatopoeia?
“BANG” & “BOOM”
200
What is an example of metaphor?
The snow is a white blanket.
200
What is a quatrain?
A 4 line stanza in a poem (that usually has a rhyme pattern)
200
What is an allusion?
A reference made to a well known person, event, or place from history, music, art, or other literary work
200
What is dramatic irony?
In a movie, a detective does not know that the criminal responsible for the crimes in the city is his partner. The audience however is already aware of this fact and waits anxiously to know what will happen once the character finds out what they already know.
300
What is an example of consonance?
Dawn goes down along with her crown
300
What is an example of a hyperbole?
I’m so hungry I could eat the world.
300
What is free verse?
Poetry without a fixed pattern of meter and rhyme
300
What is an example of imagery?
The pizza was covered in tomatoes. It had tons of layers of white cheese, and the oregano smell could be sniffed.
300
What is first person point of view?
I heard that our entire class was going to the aquarium for a field trip, thanks to Mr. Simmons. I could not wait to explore the coral reefs and yesterday Heather told me she had a million questions to ask about sharks. The class was going on a field trip to the local aquarium. Mr. Simmons hoped everyone would learn a great deal. Heather would spend hours looking at the sharks. I just wanted to stare at the amazing coral reef display.
400
What is an example of assonance?
Men sell the wedding bells.
400
What is an example of symbol?
A white dove arrived into town and we knew things would get better.
400
What is anaphora?
and I made my own way
and I wrote the first line
and I saw the heavens
400
What is a sonnet?
a 14 line poem that consists of 3 quatrains and a couplet
400
What is third person limited point of view?
After arranging to take the class on a field trip to the local aquarium, Mr. Simmons began gathering resource materials. He knew that John would be excited about the coral reef display, and he had no doubt Heather would have questions about the shark exhibit.
500
What is an example of repetition?
A horse is a horse, of course, of course.
500
What is an example of personification?
Where the ocean kissed the southern shore.
500
What is an example of foreshadowing?
A teenage girl leaves the house for an evening out with her friends. Her mother makes her promise to be back before midnight. The girl kisses her mother and tells her she worries too much. She'll be fine, she says.
500
What is an ode?
a lyric poem that expresses the feelings or thoughts of a speaker, often celebrating a person, event, or thing
500
What is third person omniscient point of view?
Mr. Simmons arranged to take the class on a field trip to the local aquarium, knowing everyone would learn a great deal. John was eager to explore the latest display on coral reefs, and Heather was already writing down the questions she wanted to ask about sharks.






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