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Techniques Authors use to Create meaning

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Examples of personification, hyperbole, alliteration, and onomatopoeia in poetry are all part of this lesson. The word is defined and several examples are given. A review quiz follows.

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Poetry Techniques

I'd like to use this with my sixth graders because it's really great. There are some spelling errors though that need to be fixed. Personification is spelled wrong on the second slide after the title. Beginning and squealed are also spelling wrong. There may be others....I just glanced through it.

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