Assonance Exercise – You need to pay particularly close attention to vowels. It's often called a vowel rhyme. Isn't that very fitting, when you think about it.
Writing with Assonance – This is probably the process rappers use when writing new songs.
Getting Tiger Reps... – We give you a solid guided example. We look at the poem Tyger by William Blake.
Circle The Set – Which set of phrases use that technique?
Recognizing Assonance – You need your own piece to work off of here.
Daffodils – This worksheet is a line-by-line dissection of a poem. As you go through the poem try to pain attention as to whether there is a form of assonance or alliteration at each line. If neither is present, just write the word none.
Missing Pieces – Fill in what's missing from this. Choose from the words provided to complete each sentence in a way that creates assonance.
Assonance in Poetry – Another organizer to work with off of your content. You will need to start with a poem or song lyrics. Just record at least four examples of assonance. Write each example in the box.
Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening – Hint: there are just under 10 examples in this poem.
In the Raven – Just print out a copy of The Raven for yourself first.
Assonance or Alliteration? – See what each sentence tells you. Write on the line whether each set of words creates assonance or alliteration.
Creating Assonance – We are always working off of the word to the left. Read the first word. Create assonance by circling the appropriate word from each line.
A Dash of This, a Dash of That! – Add a word or words to each word provided below to create assonance.
Creating Effect with Sound – Use assonance to make descriptions of the following people, places and things interesting and memorable.
A Poet And Know It! – As you read the assignment, record at least instances of assonance that you notice. Write an example of each in the box.