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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Poetry Questions

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Grade 7 :: Poetry by greenerkim
This is to a poem what a paragraph is to prose.
  1. stanza
  2. repetition
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. tone
Grade 7 :: Poetry by rbenavage
A poem that tells a story is a/an:
  1. couplet
  2. narrative poem
  3. sonnet
  4. concrete poem
Grade 7 :: Poetry by teacher2XL
A Haiku has a syllable pattern of:
  1. 3,4,5
  2. 5,5,6
  3. 4,4,5
  4. 5,7,5
Grade 7 :: Poetry by clhume
A two line rhyming stanza is called a:
  1. Quatrain
  2. Quintet
  3. sextet
  4. couplet
Grade 7 :: The Cremation of Sam McGee by wwabbit
Why are Sam and the narrator in the Klondike?
  1. They are explorers mapping the terrain.
  2. They are prospectors hunting for gold.
  3. They are scientists studying cold climates.
Grade 7 :: Poetry by teacher2XL
A concrete poem is:
  1. a block poem.
  2. a poem formed to support meaning.
  3. one which uses musical language.
  4. about building houses.
Grade 7 :: The Cremation of Sam McGee by wwabbit
What does Sam make the narrator promise?
  1. The narrator promises to seek safety and leave Sam behind.
  2. The narrator promises to tell Sam's story to the world.
  3. The narrator promises to cremate Sam when he dies.
Grade 7 :: Richard Cory by MrParker
Grade 7 :: The Walrus and the Carpenter by wwabbit
Which best illustrates the sadness behind the humor in "The Walrus and the Carpenter"?
  1. The opening quarrel between the sun and moon illustrates the sadness.
  2. The conversation about sweeping up the sand illustrates the sadness.
  3. The treatment of the oysters illustrates the sadness.
Grade 7 :: The Walrus and the Carpenter by wwabbit
What kind of people might the Walrus and the Carpenter represent?
  1. They represent people who love the great outdoors.
  2. They represent people who say one thing but do another.
  3. They represent people who are always quarreling.
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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How does the author use personification in the poem?
  1. Referring to the statue as "her" and "she"
  2. Having the statute speak
  3. Saying her eyes command
  4. All of the above
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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Which characteristic of Emma Lazarus most likely influenced her decision to write the poem?
  1. Her elite social status
  2. Her desire to write poetry
  3. Her Jewish heritage
  4. Her mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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What is the main idea of the poem?
  1. To speak out against immigration
  2. To show how great American is
  3. To welcome immigrants to America
  4. To offer hope to those leaving America
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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What is the rhyme scheme of the poem?
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Grade 7 :: Shakespeare's Sonnets by szeiger

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Grade 7 :: Shakespeare's Sonnets by Janet_L
What do the last 2 lines in a Sonnet reveal about the poem?
  1. the rhyme scheme
  2. the plot
  3. the mood
  4. the theme
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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The poem is an example of a...
  1. Villanelle
  2. Sonnet
  3. Haiku
  4. Epitaph
Grade 7 :: The New Colossus by szeiger

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