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Poetry Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Jabberwocky
"Come to my arms, my beamish boy!"
This is an example of:
  1. alliteration
  2. assonance
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. consonance
Grade 8 Poetry

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In poetry, repetition is the recurrence of the same:
  1. word only
  2. phrase only
  3. sound only
  4. word, phrase or sound
Grade 2 Poetry CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.2.4
Grade 9 The Bells
Grade 9 The Bells
What is the purpose of this poem?
  1. Depict something ever changing through different sounds
  2. Describe different types of bells
  3. Depict the boredom of the author
Grade 9 The Bells
What is the last image of the poem?
  1. A man lying by the grave of his lost love
  2. A woman being carried off by angels
  3. A sunset
Grade 9 The Bells
Grade 12 Poetry
Grade 11 Poetry
Which line below contains an example of direct address?
  1. “If ever two were one, then surely we”
  2. “Thy holy word my distaff make for me”
  3. “My words, and actions, that their shine may fill”
  4. “And make Thy holy spirit, Lord, wind quills”
Grade 3 Poetry
  1. manages to say a lot with just a few words.
  2. is intended to be read aloud.
  3. is personal and can be about anything.
  4. all of the above
Grade 10 Shakespeare's Sonnets
Grade 10 Same Song
In the poem "Same Song," what is the connection between the twelve-year old daughter and her six-year old bother?
  1. They are both concerned about their health and fitness.
  2. They are both concerned about their appearance.
  3. They are both busy but enjoy spening time with each other.
  4. They are both early risers.
Grade 10 Shakespeare's Sonnets
When were sonnets developed?
  1. Around the 13th Century
  2. During the French Revolution
  3. Around the 19th Century
  4. In the 20th Century
Grade 10 Same Song
What generalization can you make about children and fear of the dark?
  1. Children often celebrate the coming of dark and feel safe within it.
  2. Children develop standard rules for playing special games in the dark.
  3. Children have vivid imaginations about scary things that might lurk in the dark.
  4. Most children have no apprehension of the dark.
Grade 8 Poetry

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Ballads are songlike poems that:
  1. must be sung
  2. share trade secrets
  3. do not make sense
  4. tell a story
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