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Poetic Devices

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Students will drag the poetic devices to the poem. If the device is used in the poem, the word will stay; if it is not in the poem, the words will disappear. The second slide is linked to http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/index.html

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campbellc Posted by: campbellc Mimio Certified Trainer

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Poetic Devices

It's so nice to see content for the secondary level within ELA. My students love the "naughtiness" of this poem and will enjoy discussing both the meaning and analyzing the sound and poetic devices. My students aren't quite at the level of learning about masculine rhymes, but I could replace it with internal rhyme, etc.

This is also a great idea in general that I can apply to a lot of other poems. Thanks.

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