Prose and Poetry

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Excellent source for developing language and communication through listening, speaking, viewing, and presenting.

A list and examples of different poetic devices

An interactive tool that defines and explains diamontes and allows student to create their own.

Help with Shakespearian sonnets and plays

The student is able to browse literary criticism by author, by work, or by period. The search produces biographical information, criticism, links to other helpful sites, and links to works online.

Rhyme Zone would be a dictionary type tool primarily useful for students/tutors working on poetry.

Literary terms in alphabetical order with definitions and examples.

Site discusses what the hero's journey is and breaks down the elements of this kind of writing and how to understand these elements

This site gives students access to quality poetry - students can click through to read the poem. Author and publication information is listed at the bottom of each page.

An interactive tool that teaches the reader to understand why a poet breaks line and asks questions so the student can think through the decisions the poet made.

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