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  • Onomatopoeia, Hyperbole, & Repetition
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  • Onomatopoeia Onomatopoeia is the imitation of natural sounds in word form. These words help us form mental pictures about the things, people, or places that are described.
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  • Examples buzz hiss roar woof bang pop hiss sizzle
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  • ReadWriteThink Online Onomatopoeia http://interactives.mped.org/previe w_mg.aspx?id=736&title= http://interactives.mped.org/previe w_mg.aspx?id=736&title= More Examples
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  • Tutorial Onomatopoeia & Mind Map http://leadingfamilies.com/learning/ writing/flash/can_hear.swf http://leadingfamilies.com/learning/ writing/flash/can_hear.swf
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  • Go to the next slide and listen to Todd Rundgren sing Onomatopoeia
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  • Onomatopoeia every time I see ya My senses tell me hubba And I just cant disagree I get a feeling in my heart that I cant describe Its sort of lub, dub, lub, dub A sound in my head that I cant describe Its sort of zoom, zip, hiccup, drip Ding, dong, crunch, crack, bark, meow, whinnie, quack Onomatopoeia in proximity ya Rearrange my brain in a strange cacophony I get a feeling somewhere that I cant describe Its sort of uh, uh, uh, uh A sound in my head that I cant describe Its sort of whack, whir, wheeze, whine Sputter, splat, squirt, scrape Clink, clank, clunk, clatter Crash, bang, beep, buzz Ring, rip, roar, retch Twang, toot, tinkle, thud Pop, plop, plunk, pow Snort, snuk, sniff, smack Screech, splash, squish, squeak Jingle, rattle, squeal, bong Honk, hoot, hack, belch
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  • See how Danielle Caryl used onomatopoeia in her poem Noises on the next slide.
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  • Noises By Danielle Caryl The click of the clock, the creak of the stair, The squeak of a mouse and the swoosh of the air. The groan of the house as it settles below, And outside the window, the patter of snow. The scruff of the dogs paws below where I rest, The rattle of the window that seems to face West. The jingle of bells from a wind chime next door The unearthly sounds of a truly loud snore. The crunching of snow under an animals feet, The honk of a horn from right down the street. So many noises I just want to weep, Is it too much to ask for some sleep?
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  • Hyperbole Hyperbole is a figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis or effect. It may be confused with a simile because it often compares two items. The difference is that with a hyperbole the comparison is an exaggeration.
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  • Examples I could sleep for a year. This box weighs a ton. His eyes were as round as saucers. I nearly died laughing. I'm so hungry; I could eat a horse. I've told you a million times not to exaggerate.
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  • Tutorial Hyperbole and Procrastination http://leadingfamilies.com/learning/writi ng/flash/hyping.swf
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  • Repetition Repetition is when one or more words are repeated to show urgency or importance.
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  • Example Dig it oh oh oh, dig it Dig it oh oh oh (oh) Dig it oh oh oh, dig it Dig it oh oh oh (oh) Dig it oh oh oh, dig it Dig it oh oh oh (oh) Dig it oh oh oh, dig it Dig it oh oh oh (yeah)
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  • Class Poem Write one line that tells what one of the boys in Tent D might be thinking as he is digging his 5 foot hole. This will be turned into a class poem.
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  • Example Dig it oh oh oh, dig it I don't have to dig tomorrow because I have the gold tube. Dig it oh oh oh, dig it I wish I could talk to my mom and tell her I'm sorry. Dig it oh oh oh, dig it Mr. Sir's sunflower seeds were easy to snatch. Dig it oh oh oh, dig it That Stanley thinks he's tough, but I'm tougher. Dig it oh oh oh, dig it
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  • Practice
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  • If Only -- Highlight similes in blue, metaphors in red, alliterations in green, hyperboles in yellow & repetitions in pink. The old mans been stealin Shes holding her grievance for a hundred-odd years We all keep believin That history repeats itself year after year All I fear's that the future is worse We have to give in to the hundred-year curse Sweat in the sun like were digging a grave Dig deep enough and our fortune we'll save (chorus) If only, if only The woodpecker sighs The bark on the trees was as soft as the skies As the wolf waits below hungry and lonely He cries to the mo-oo-n If only, if only Chasing the sky A beautiful wife You'll make mistakes And its my back that breaks And forever my past steals my life To submission Im beat But theres hope beneath these feet Blisters and blood And the sun makes you blind Dont let it eat Till it cant help but be kind Cause you know whats important With your back to the wall You can break metal chains And youre friends dont let you fall (chorus) Im a soul But I find myself lent That is no use When Im finding my history, finding my history I am no plane, Im more like a feather That is no use When Im finding my history, finding my history I am no plane, Im more like a feather But I cant fly away without finding myself (chorus) (repeat chorus)
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  • similes blue metaphors red repetitions pink alliterations green hyperboles yellow The old mans been stealin Shes holding her grievance for a hundred-odd years We all keep believin That history repeats itself year after year All I fear's that the future is worse We have to give in to the hundred-year curse Sweat in the sun like were digging a grave Dig deep enough and our fortune we'll save (chorus) If only, if only The woodpecker sighs The bark on the trees was as soft as the skies As the wolf waits below hungry and lonely He cries to the mo-oo-n If only, if only Chasing the sky A beautiful wife You'll make mistakes And its my back that breaks And forever my past steals my life To submission Im beat But theres hope beneath these feet Blisters and blood And the sun makes you blind Dont let it eat Till it cant help but be kind Cause you know whats important With your back to the wall You can break metal chains And youre friends dont let you fall (chorus) Im a soul But I find myself lent That is no use When Im finding my history, finding my history I am no plane, Im more like a feather That is no use When Im finding my history, finding my history I am no plane, Im more like a feather But I cant fly away without finding myself (chorus) (repeat chorus)
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  • There's a sad sort of clanging from the clock in the hall And the bells in the steeple too And up in the nursery an absurd little bird Is popping out to say "cuckoo" Cuckoo, cuckoo Regretfully they tell us Cuckoo, cuckoo But firmly they compel us Cuckoo, cuckoo To say goodbye... Cuckoo!... to you So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night I hate to go and leave this pretty sight Adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu So long, farewell, au revoir, auf wiedersehen I'd like to stay and taste my first champagne So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye -- Goodbye! I'm glad to go, I cannot tell a lie I flit, I float, I fleetly flee, I fly The sun has gone to bed and so must I So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye Goodbye! So Long, Farewell -- Highlight similes blue metaphors red repetitions pink personification brown alliterations green hyperboles yellow onomatopoeia purple
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  • There's a sad sort of clanging from the clock in the hall And the bells in the steeple too And up in the nursery an absurd little bird Is popping out to say "cuckoo" Cuckoo, cuckoo Regretfully they tell us Cuckoo, cuckoo But firmly they compel us Cuckoo, cuckoo To say goodbye... Cuckoo!... to you So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night I hate to go and leave this pretty sight Adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu So long, farewell, au revoir, auf wiedersehen I'd like to stay and taste my first champagne So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye -- Goodbye! I'm glad to go, I cannot tell a lie I flit, I float, I fleetly flee, I fly The sun has gone to bed and so must I So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye Goodbye! So Long, Farewell -- Highlight similes blue metaphors red repetitions pink personification brown alliterations green hyperboles yellow onomatopoeia purple
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  • The Trolley Song -- Highlight similes blue metaphors red repetitions pink alliterations green hyperboles yellow onomatopoeia purple With my high starched collar and my high topped shoes and my hair piled high upon my head, I went to lose a jolly hour on the trolley and lost my heart instead. With his light brown derby and his bright green tie, He was quite the handsomest of men, I started to yen, so I counted to ten, then I counted to ten again. "Clang, clang, clang," went the trolley, "Ding, ding, ding," went the bell. "Zing, zing, zing," went my heart-strings, For the moment I saw him I fell. "Chug, chug, chug," went the motor, "Bump, bump, bump," went the brake, "Thump, thump, thump," went my heart strings, When he smiled, I could feel the car shake. He tipped his hat, and took a seat He said he hoped he hadn't stepped upon my feet, He asked my name, I held my breath, I couldn't speak because he scared me half to death. "Buzz, buzz, buzz," went the buzzer, "Plop, plop, plop," went the wheels, "Stop, stop, stop," went my he

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