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Forms of Poetry (Grade 6)

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Forms of Poetry

1. 
A narrative poem is a poem that tells a                .
  1. story
  2. fact
  3. opinion
  4. rrhyme
2. 
One type poetry Shakespeare was famous for having written is:
  1. Limericks
  2. Sonnets
  3. Lyric
  4. Concrete
3. 
A poem where the first letter of each line spells out a "topic" word that ties all the lines fo the poem together is.....
  1. Cinquain
  2. Bio
  3. Haiku
  4. Acrostic
4. 
An Irish form of poetry that consists of 5 lines:
  1. Haiku
  2. Cinquain
  3. Limerick
  4. Ballad
5. 
A "haiku" is...
  1. a five-line humorous poem
  2. a five-line poem with a specific number of words in each line
  3. a poem that tells a story
  4. a three-line poem with five syllables in the first and third line
6. 
A "cinquain" is...
  1. a five-line humorous poem
  2. four lines of poetry with a rhyming pattern
  3. a five-line poem with a specific number of words in each line
  4. a poem that tells a story
7. 
Worm

At night, quietly
A worm under the moonlight
Digs into a nut.

What type of poem is this?                 
8. 
Wind
Blowing briskly
Leaves fall
From
The
Trees
We rake
Colored leaves
In
A
Big
Pile.

And jump.

What type of poem is this?
  1. Free Verse
  2. Haiku
  3. Rhyme Scheme
  4. Diamante
9. 
A is for Apple, B is for Ball, C is for Cat, etc. is an example of which type of poem?
  1. ABC Poem
  2. Epic
  3. Refrain
  4. Couplet
10. 
This is an example of what type of poetry:
Dogs
Happy, Friendly
Running, Jumping, Barking
Paws, Tails, Claws, Teeth
Hiding, Avoiding, Demanding
Snobby, Skittish
Cats
  1. Cinquain
  2. Diamante
  3. Limerick
  4. Haiku
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