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LANGUAGE ARTS SIXTH GRADE
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BIG I’m talking big ! I’m talking huge! I’m talking enormous, immense, Tremendous! I’m talking hulking, towering, Titanic, mountainous! I’m talking maximum, massive, Stupendous, gigantic, monumental!
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I’m talking fantastic, fabulous, Incredible, unbelievable, mammoth, Vast! I’m talking astronomical, mighty, Monstrous, universal, colossal, Magnificent, galactical! I’m talking BIG! ----Colin McNaughton
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WHAT DO ALL THESE WORDS HAVE IN COMMON? THEY’RE ALL ADJECTIVES!
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SYNONYMS WORDS THAT HAVE NEARLY THE SAME MEANINGS.
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WHAT MAKES A POEM A POEM? PROSE---ALL WRITING THAT IS NOT POETRY ALLITERATION----START WITH THE SAME SOUND “towering” and “titanic”
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Unformatted text preview: HALF-RHYMES----like immense and tremendous MUSICALITY---ONE OF THE QUALITIES THAT MAKES IT A POEM. WHAT KIND OF PUNCTUATION IS USED IN THE POEM? HOW SHOULD THE POEM BE READ? CHOOSE A WORD THAT IS AN ADJECTIVE.---A WORD THAT DESCRIBES A PERSON OR AN OBJECT. NEXT,WRITE DOWN AS MANY SYNONYMS AS YOU CAN FOR THIS WORD. YOU MAY NOT USE ANY WORDS FROM THE POEM. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO USE A DICTIONARY OR THESAURUS. WRITE YOUR OWN SUPER-DUPER SYNONYM POEM. USE AS MANY OF YOUR WORDS FROM THE LIST AS POSSIBLE. . THE WORD YOU CHOSE ,YOUR ADJECTIVE, WILL BE THE TITLE OF YOUR POEM. NOW CONCENTRATE ON THOSE SYNONYMS!...
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