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Poetry

Is a precise form of language, with intense feeling, imagery, and qualities of sound.

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Types of poems child's like / understand

Mother goose rhymes and other rhymes of nursery (nursery rhymes)

Jump-rope and counting-out rhymes
(Jump-rope rhymes)

Folk songs/poems

Lyric or expressive Poems

Narrative poems

Nonsense verse

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Nursery rhymes

Verses by anonymous poets that are highly rhythmic, tightly rhymed, and popular with small children.

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Jump-rope rhymes

Are anonymous verses passed on from child to child.

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Folk poems

Are poems that deal with the folklore of The land. Very popular among children.

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Lyric/expressive poems

Where original lyrics for Greek poems that offered insight, and emotion.)

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Narrative poems

Poems that tell stories that are among the oldest of all poems.

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Nonsense verse

It's humorous poetry

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Form Poems: Limmericks

Is a poem that is 5 lines with the rhyme scheme of aabba.

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Form poems: haiku

A three-line non-rhyming poem developed in japan that traditionally contains 17 syllables, 5 on line one, 7 on line 2, and 5 on the last one.

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Dialogue Poems

A poem that uses two or more voices

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Novels in verse

Stories that are told in verse

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Free verse

Poetry that does not need to have form or rhyme or rhythm, but it's impression with an intensity of insight or feeling.

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Poetry collections

Is an anthology of verses. That can have a wide range of topics.

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How was early children's poetry?

It was often cheerless, moralistic, didactic and mean-spirited.

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How is Contemporary poetry?

Non-rhyming, more folksy, more honest and confiding.

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Poets

Might need to add poets specifically pages 184 look for the rest

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Elements of poetry

Sounds; rhythm, rhyme, alliteration, onomatopoeia

Images

Comparisons

Forms

Insight

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Sounds

Are the musical aspects of poetry

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Rhythm

Is the beat of a poem

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Rhyme

Lends a musical quality by building patterns if repetition

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Alliteration

Composed of two forms consonance (string together constant sounds)and assonance (string together vowel sounds)

They are the more subtle way of rhyming.

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Onomatopoeia

When words in a poem imitate actual sounds of things

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Images

Using details that enables us to picture how things look, sound, feel, smell, or taste

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Comparison

3 types; personification, similes, metaphor.

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Simile

Using like or as to describe something

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Metaphor

A direct comparison in which one thing is described as if it were another

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Personification

Describing an inanimate object as if it were human.

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Forms

The arrangement of words on the page.

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Insight

Is the clarity of understanding