Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 12

What can you see in the picture?

Can you imitate the sound?

Analyze the following sentences. Identify
the sound device used.
I lie down by the side of my bride.
Hear the lark and harkens to the barking of the dark fox gone to
It's hot and it's monotonous.
The crumbling thunder of seas.
Try to light the fire.
The horse’s hooves clip-clopped on the cobblestones.
Those clucking chickens are driving me crazy!
If you’re going to cough, please cover your mouth.
The prisoner was terrified to hear the crack of the whip.
We roasted marshmallows over the crackling fire.
Which sentence start with the same
sound are used close together in a
phrase or sentence?
Onomatopoeia is when a word’s
pronunciation imitates its sounds.
 Example
I could here the crowd
murmur as the news
Alliteration happens when words that start with the same
sound are used close together in a phrase or sentence.the sound
is usually a consonant and the words don’t have to always be
right next to one another
 One of the fun features
of alliteration is when it
becomes a tongue
 She could feel her son’s
sweet smell of success
Assonance takes place when two or more words
close to one another repeat the same vowel sound but
start with different consonant sound.
Analyze the given sound device in a sentence.
Arrange it on the given table below.
1.The sheep went, “Baa.”
2.Silence your cellphone so that it does not beep during the movie.
3.We light fire on the mountain.
4.I feel depressed and restless.
5.Dan’s dog dove deep in the dam, drinking dirty water as he dove.
6.Eric’s eagle eats eggs, enjoying each episode of eating


Group activity: Analyze the sound
devices used in the sentences.
The large dog said, “Bow-wow!”
Both bees and buzzers buzz.
The bird’s chirp filled the empty night air
Honesty is the best policy.
Let the cat out of the bag.
A stitch in time saves nine.
Alice’s aunt ate apples and acorns around August.
Becky’s beagle barked and bayed, becoming bothersome for Billy.
Carrie's cat clawed her couch, creating chaos.
Group presentation!
Generalization: differentiate the
sound devices that you learned
1. onomatopoeia
2. alliteration
 Complete the following lines by
underlining the appropriate assonance
1.We ( create, light) ( noice, fire) on the
2. I feel ( happy. Depressed) and restless,
3.(Hurry,Go) and (mow, trim)the lawn
4.(johnny, Peter) want ( back, here)and
(there, forth) and ( side to side,
5.The (captain, engineer) held the ( wheel,
hammer) to (steel, swerve )the vehicle.

Underline the letters that make the

alliteration in the sentence.
1.Sam sipped a strawberry soft drink.
2.The monkey made a massive mess.
3.David’s dog drank dirty water.
4.Even elephants enjoy eating eggs.