Chloe De Silva
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This will help you with your PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES and LANGUAGE OF POETRY...even spelling the word.

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Chloe De Silva
Created by Chloe De Silva about 4 years ago
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Question Answer
What is a simile? A comparison between two things, they use the words 'like' and 'as' but sometimes 'than'.
What is a metaphor? Comparison between two things. More extreme than a simile and doesn't mean what that thing actually means.
What is personification? Giving non-human things qualities to things and makes it seem more alive.
What is alliteration? In a sentence or heading that all the start of the letters are the same.
What is onomatopoeia? Words that sound the way that the words describe the sound e.g bang, whiz, pow.
What is repetition? Repeating a vital phrase/words n order to make a point.
What is generlisation? Sweeping statements which make a general comment, usually without much evidence: makes something sound important.
What is facts/statistics? Can be used to convince. A fact is something that can be proven to be true.
What is anecdole? A story which emphasizes your point of view: can be emotional, angry, humorous, sad...
What is emotional appeals/emotive language\\ ? Invite an emotional response- anger, despair, joy etc.
What is inclusive language? Language witch puts us all in the same place. Makes it appear that we all agree on the point brief made e.g we all need to care about our school.
What is a rhestorical question? Questions to which the answer is obvious/unnecessary.
What is a contention? Your point of view or opinion towards that topic.
Which of the following is alliteration? (This is about the THINGS ABOUT WORDS poem). a.squat, pot, plump, dump b.Some move with grace a dance, a lace. c.Preen: Pride, pomp c. Preen: Pride, pomp
Which one of the following is a simile? (This is about the THINGS ABOUT WORDS poem). a. Some words clink as ice in a drink. b.A few are small, A, is and all. c.Some words are thick, Glue, paste and brick. a.Some words clink as ice in a drink.
Which one of the following is a metaphor? (This is about the THINGS ABOUT WORDS poem). a.Some move with grace. b.Some words are squat: a mug, a pot. c.Had, gay, play b.Some words are squat: a mug, a pot.
How do you spell SIMILE? SIMILE
How do you spell METAPHOR? METAPHOR
How do you spell ONOMATOPOEIA? ONOMATOPOEIA
How do you spell ALLITERATION? ALLITERATION
How do you spell PERSONIFICATION? PERSONIFICATION
How do you spell CONTENTION? CONTENTION
How do you spell INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE? INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE
How do you spell REPETITION? REPETITION
How do you spell RHETORICAL QUESTION? RHESTORICAL QUESTION
How do you spell FACTS? FACTS
How do you spell STATISTICS? STATISTICS
How do you spell ANECDOLE? ANECDOLE
How do you spell EMOTIONAL APPEALS? EMOTIONAL APPEALS
How do you spell RHYME? RHYME
How do you spell RHYTHM? RHYTHM