Meter and Rhyme in Poetry Presentation and Assignment - Poetic Form

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Help students better analyze poetic form with this presentation and assignment to teach meter and rhyme in poetry. After using this resource, students will better understand the role that sound and rhythm play in poetry analysis. The presentation will help students understand poetic meter, rhyme scheme, and types of rhyme. The accompanying assignment will allow them to put what they learn into practice!

Included in this meter and rhyme in poetry resource:

➡️ A 17-slide Powerpoint presentation that will guide the lesson. There are instructional slides and interactive slides that engage students to participate. Below is a list of the topics covered in the presentation:

  • What is Meter?
  • Basic Units Of Meter
  • Iambic Meter
  • Trochaic Meter
  • Dactylic Meter
  • Anapestic Meter
  • Spondaic Meter
  • Rhyme Scheme
  • Exact Rhyme
  • Half Rhyme
  • Eye Rhyme
  • Internal Rhyme

➡️ An assignment where students can put what they learn into practice by labeling the meter and rhyme scheme of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem about meter! 

➡️ A detailed teacher answer key that makes for quick and easy classroom review or grading

What teachers are saying about this meter and rhyme in poetry resource:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This resource was excellent to support the lesson that was given. My students were engaged in this, and they were excited to share their learning. Loved it! Thank you!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This really helped clarify the different types of meter that my students weren't quite sure about. They can now identify the types of meter on their own.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The visual appeal is stunning. Well laid-out slides are easy to read and follow a consistent format across slides. The information is incredibly thorough and builds in complexity.

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