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Study the word list: Cove School Year 8 Unpick a poem

Words to help you when talking and writing about poems

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Genre is the different kinds of writing for a particular purpose; for example, thriller, romance, novel, poetry. *
She is a skillful writer.
Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
James plays rhythm guitar.
A poem has a structure. *
Imagery is when words are used to create a picture in a reader's mind. *
Tone is the feel of the text, indicated by choice of words, rhythm of sentence and such like. *
A poem has a minimum of one stanza. *
We need to make a comparison between these two poems. *
Let's compare scores.
Use a thesaurus to widen your vocabulary.
I learnt the poem by rote.
Simile involves describing something by comparing it with something else. *
A metaphor talks of something as if it is something else. *
Alliteration involves words that begin with the same sound. *

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