2-28 Chapter 6 Poetry - 2/28 Chapter Six Poetry Emotional...

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2/28 Chapter Six: Poetry Emotional appeal of children’s poetry should reflect the real emotions of childhood: not cute, coy, nostalgic, sarcastic. Where it begins: Nursery rhymes/games, songs, folk rhymes Elements of Poetry Rhythm measured beat natural response to rhythm Rhyme and Sound children respond to rhyme alliteration, assonance repetition unusual or ridiculous combinations of words are also enjoyed Imagery sensory images never a substitute for actual experience
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Unformatted text preview: ○ Figurative Language ■ comparison, contrast ■ simile and metaphor ■ personfication ○ Shape ■ it looks different ★ Overall Impact ○ heightens emotions ★ Evaluating Poetry ○ depth of emtoion or quality ○ pg 175 - criterion ★ forms of Poetry ○ rhyme vs. free verse ○ Narrative - one event or tale ○ Lyrical - personal, descriptive ○ Limerick ○ Free Verse ○ aiku ○ Concrete- picture poems...
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