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Slide 2 Literary Terms Jeopardy English 9 Slide 3 Directions for online viewing: Use the Internet Explorer Browser, not Netscape. When viewing in Internet Explorer, click the Slide Show button found in the lower-left corner of the screen to view as a presentation. Slide 4 Literary Terms Jeopardy Big Words Rhyme Time Word Plays Think About It Poetic Types Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Slide 5 Literary Terms Jeopardy Big Words Rhyme Time Word Plays Think About It Poetic Types Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Slide 6 $100 Question from Big Words The use of words to imitate natural sounds such as buzz or pop. Slide 7 $100 Answer from Big Words What is onomatopoeia? Slide 8 $200 Question from Big Words The repetition of the same sound beginning several words in sequence. Slide 9 $200 Answer from Big Words What is alliteration? Slide 10 $300 Question from Big Words A kind of metaphor in which a nonhuman thing is talked about as if it were human. Slide 11 $300 Answer from Big Words What is personification? Slide 12 $400 Question from Big Words A line of poetry that contains 5 iambs. Slide 13 $400 Answer from Big Words What is iambic pentameter? Slide 14 $500 Question from Big Words Repetition of similar vowel sounds that are followed by different consonant sounds. Slide 15 $500 Answer from Big Words What is assonance? Slide 16 $100 Question from Rhyme Time Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme. Slide 17 $100 Answer from Rhyme Time What is free verse? Slide 18 $200 Question from Rhyme Time A metrical foot or unit of measure that consist on an unstressed syllable followed by a a stressed syllable.) Slide 19 $200 Answer from Rhyme Time What is iambic? Slide 20 $300 Question from Rhyme Time Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter. Slide 21 $300 Answer from Rhyme Time What is blank verse? Slide 22 $400 Question from Rhyme Time Repeated word, phrase, line, or group of lines. Slide 23 $400 Answer from Rhyme Time What is a refrain? Slide 24 $500 Question from Rhyme Time Two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme. Slide 25 $500 Answer from Rhyme Time What is a couplet? Slide 26 $100 Question from Word Plays It gives the qualities of a human to an animal or object Slide 27 $100 Answer from Word Plays What is personification? Slide 28 $200 Question from Word Plays A comparison between two unlike things Slide 29 $200 Answer from Word Plays What is a metaphor? Slide 30 $300 Question from Word Plays A figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things, using a word such as like, as. Slide 31 $300 Answer from Word Plays What is a simile? Slide 32 $400 Question from Word Plays An exaggerated statement used to heighten effect Slide 33 $400 Answer from Word Plays What is hyperbole? Slide 34 $500 Question from Word Plays The use of words, phrases, symbols, and ideas in such a way as to evoke mental images and sense impressions. Slide 35 $500 Answer from Word Plays What is figurative language? Slide 36 $100 Question from Think About It A group of consecutive lines in a poem that form a single unit. Slide 37 $100 Answer from Think About It What is a stanza? Slide 38 $200 Question from Think About It The attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a character. Slide 39 $200 Answer from Think About It What is tone? Slide 40 $300 Question from Think About It References to some universal story or well- known event or character Slide 41 $300 Answer from Think About It What is an allusion? Slide 42 $400 Question from Think About It Imperfect rhyme such as dark and heart Slide 43 $400 Answer from Think About It What is slant rhyme? Slide 44 $500 Question from Think About It The use of a person, place, thing, or event that stands for itself and for something beyond itself as well. Slide 45 $500 Answer from Think About It What is symbolism? Slide 46 $100 Question from Poetic Types Rhyme that occurs within one line of poetry. Slide 47 $100 Answer from Poetic Types What is internal rhyme? Slide 48 $200 Question from Poetic Types Pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song Slide 49 $200 Answer from Poetic Types What is rhyme scheme? Slide 50 $300 Question from Poetic Types A character with many personality traits (a dynamic character) Slide 51 $300 Answer from Poetic Types What is a round character? Slide 52 $400 Question from Poetic Types The feeling a reader gets from the words Slide 53 $400 Answer from Poetic Types What is mood? Slide 54 $500 Question from Poetic Types Fourteen line lyric poem that is usually written in iambic pentameter and that has one of several rhyme schemes. Slide 55 $500 Answer from Poetic Types What is a sonnet? Slide 56 Final Jeopardy The apparent paradox achieved by the use of words which seem to contradict one another. Slide 57 Final Jeopardy Answer What is an oxymoron? Need more help? Poetic Terms Poetic Terminology Take the Literary Terms Test Literary Terms Crossword