English Literature Poetry terms GCSE Dominos

Instructions for use:

1) Print off the sheet

2) Cut round the outside

3) Cut down the middle (thickist line)

4) Cut horizontally across so you end up with 28 cards, consisting of two boxes each

5) Mix them up and try and match them

6) They should all end up joining together

7) Time yourself when doing it- see if each time you get beat your time

TIP- to check you've got the right answers, look at the initial sheet- they match diagonally. I will put up a marksheet called

"English Literature Poetry terms GCSE Dominos Mark sheet" if needed.

Hope it helps :)

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A phrases that contradicts itself When a sentence runs over
as the words have meanings that A Metaphor from one line/stanza to the Caesura
don't fit together
Describing something by
saying it's something else
Where words close together
start with the same letter
A pause in a line Structure
The order and arrangement of
Alliteration There is no rhyme and no ideas and events in a piece of Symbolism
regular rhythm writing
An object stands for
Free Verse Rhyming Couplet something else Form
A pair of rhyming lines next Repetition of `s' and `sh' The type of poem for
to each other sounds example a ballad Ballad
Form of poetry that tells a Modern communicatio
Sibilance Contrast story (usually sounds quite and old West imager
When two things are described
in a way which emphasises how Writing that tells a story Quickdraw Imagery
different they are
Words are used in a sarcastic/c
Creates a picture in your mind
Narrative Sonnet (including metaphors and
way to imply the opposite of wha
normally mean
Fourteen lines, clear rhyme A word in the middle of th
pattern and usually about love Dialect Irony rhymes with the last word
The order and arrangement of
A variation of language ideas and events Internal Rhyme Alliteration
Can give a nice pattern to a
Structure Theme phrases Mood
An idea of topic that's important The mood/ feelings suggested Feel or atmosphere in a
within a piece of writing by the way the narrator
poem e.g. threatening Assonance
Where the vowel sound is shared
Tone Enjambment by words however the Oxymoron
consonants are different

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