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Elements of Poetry (Grade 6)

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Elements of Poetry

Words that rhyme and occur at the ends of different lines of poetry create a(n)                .
  1. internal rhyme
  2. end rhyme
  3. sight rhyme
  4. rhyme scheme
This is to a poem what a paragraph is to prose.
  1. stanza
  2. repetition
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. tone
How do you know you are most likely reading a poem?
  1. It will include a simile.
  2. It will include paragraphs.
  3. It will rhyme.
  4. It will be written using lines and stanzas.
                is a series of stressed or unstressed sounds in a group of words.
  1. Couplet
  2. Rhythm
  3. Stanza
  4. Cinquain
                is a regular pattern of rhythm in a poem.
  1. Metric
  2. Meter
  3. Story
  4. Scheme
Words that are very similar on the end but do not truly rhyme are examples of a(n)                .
  1. end rhyme
  2. sight rhyme
  3. true rhyme
  4. slant rhyme
Rhythm can be created by meter, rhyme, alliteration and refrain.
  1. True
  2. False
A group of lines in a poem.
  1. Verse
  2. Alliteration
  3. Symbolism
  4. Meter
When the first line is designated as "A" and the sound at the end of the second line is designated as "B" it is called
  1. symbolism.
  2. hyperbole.
  3. personification.
  4. rhyme scheme.
Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O. E-I-E-I-O is an example of:
  1. Refrain
  2. Cluster
  3. Idiom
  4. Voice
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