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Curipod lesson about topic "alliteration"

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1. Word cloud
60 seconds
What is it called when the same consonant sound is repeated at the beginning of many words in a sentence or phrase?
2. Slide
60 seconds
Alliteration: Explained
An example of alliteration: "Griffin got green grapes." Why is it used? It can be used to draw attention, create rhythm, and add interest. Where do we see it? It can be used in poetry, literature, advertising, and in regular speech.
3. Slide
60 seconds
Alliteration: What it's not
Alliteration uses repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of words. Consonants are any letters that are NOT "A, E, I, O," or "U."
4. Poll
20 seconds
Is "Allison ate at least eight apples" an example of alliteration?
  • Yes
  • No
5. Open question
660 seconds
Work together in pairs: What's an example of alliteration you can come up with?
6. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw a crazy picture of a flying pizza with a face!
7. Poll
300 seconds
What is an example of alliteration?
  • Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers
  • Alligator Alley
  • The Great Wall of China
  • King Kong
8. Poll
300 seconds
What is the purpose of alliteration?
  • To emphasize a point
  • To make a sentence flow better
  • To make a sentence rhyme
  • To make a sentence longer
9. Poll
300 seconds
Which phrase is an example of alliteration?
  • The fox jumped over the fence
  • Happy hippo hopping
  • I like ice cream
  • The cat sat on the mat
10. Poll
300 seconds
What sound does alliteration emphasize?
  • The beginning sound of words
  • The ending sound of words
  • Rhymes between words
  • The middle sound of words

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