ELA Terms To Know.


Connotative and Denotative

Connotative - Something that is taken another way than the actual meaning.

Denotative- Is a dictionary meaning of a word.

When you trip and your spaghetti falls out your pocket. (Funniest Vines)

The Video Shows A Denotative Meaning Of Spaghetti Falling Out Of Someones Pocket

SammyClassicSonicFan- You Guys Have Officially Made me LOSE MY MARBLES

This Is A Connotative Video Of 'Sammy" Losing His Marbles.

There are no marbles that are rolling around or that have been lost. He is simply talking about hes loosing his mind AKA Marbles.

Similes And Metaphors.

Similes and Metaphors.

A simile is when you are comparing two thing and you are using 'like' or 'as'.

A metaphor is when you are comparing two things and you are not using like or as.

"Similes and Metaphors" by The Bazillions

Point Of View.

There are several different points of view




1st person point of view is you telling the story and using the words me, i , and we.

2nd person point of the view includes 'you, you're, or your'.

3rd person point of view has two kind 3rd person and third person omniscient

third person omniscient include 'they' and knows what everyone is thinking.

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Types of Poetry: lyric, epic, narrative

Lyric poems- can be made into a song and has a constant rhythm and rhyme pattern.

Epic poem-a long, serious, poetic narrative about a significant event, often featuring a hero.

Narrative poem- tells a story.

Commonplace assertion, opinion, fact

assertion- is and assumption of something.

opinion- what someone thinks of something

fact- can be proven

Review Of What We Talked About.

Figurative Language and Poetic Devices in Song Lyrics