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Guided Notes - Alliteration, Consonance, and Assonance

  • Alliteration is the ............... of .................... sounds, usually at the beginning of .................
  • The following letters are consonants:
  • It is important to know that two different consonants can make the same sound. These pairs count as alliteration. Some examples of this are:

............... and ...............

............... and ...............

............... and ...............

  • Tongue Twisters are examples of alliteration. Read the famous Tongue Twister below. Can you say this fives times fast?

    Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
    Did Peter Piper pick a peck of pickled peppers?
    If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
    where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
  • Consonance is the close .................... of the same ...................... sound at the end of ................. with ................. vowel sounds.
  • These are examples of consonance:
    • Milk and drink
    • Boat and night
    • ......................
    • ......................
  • These are not examples of consonance:
    • shrink and think
    • bite and write
    • ......................
    • ......................
  • Assonance is the close .......................... of the same ................ sounds in .........................
  • The following letters are vowels: ............................................................
  • The following are examples of assonance:
    • lake and spade
    • night and ride
    • ......................
    • ......................
  • The following are not examples of assonance:
    • mail and bell
    • trade and ride
    • ......................
    • ......................

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