5th Grade Poetry

speaker the narrator of a poem stanza a group of lines arranged together couplet a two line stanza; usually rhymes rhythm can be created by meter, rhyme, alliteration, repetition meter a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables free verse no repeating patterns of syllables, usually no regular rhyme, often sections with no size standard, modern …

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What summarizes the level of material culture in the Americas in the 15th century? A wilde variety of cultures from pre-Neolithic to advanced civilization What does the worship of Huitzilopochli in the Aztec empire represent? Syncretism Why were the ten clans of the Inca similar to the Aztec calpulli? They were both based on kinship …

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definition of poetry: style contains figures of speech, can have new grammar rules, can have rhythm, diction and syntax is concentrated and shortened definition of poetry: structure divided into stanzas and lines, lines can be long or short, margins can be uneven definition of poetry: content anything Simile a comparison using ‘like’ or ‘as’ ex: …

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alliteration repetition of the same sound, usually a consonant, at the beginning of two or more adjacent words to draw the reader’s attention to those two words allusion a brief reference to details the writer expects the reader to recognize; may be proper nouns (EX: references to customs, geography, history, mythology, etc.) anaphora repetition of …

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GENRE OF THE POETRY HEROIC, ELEGIAC, RELIGIOUS POEMS, BIBLICAL PARAPHRASES, VERSE SAINTS’ LIVES, CHARMS HEROIC LIST BEOWULF, THE BATTLE OF MALDON, BRUNANBURH, THE LONG PRIMARY EPIC ELEGIAC POEMS LIST THE SEAFARER, THE WANDERER RELIGIOUS POEMS LIST THE DREAM OF THE ROOD 4 MSS The exetEr book, vercelli book, the beowulf MS=cotton vitellius A xv, the …

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