Consonance Exercise – Saying these aloud really helps a great deal.
Writing with Consonance – Use consonance to describe the following people, places and things.
Which Uses It? – You are presented with phrases now, instead of just words.
Recognizing Consonance – Have this next to you the next time you read a good book.
Are You Missing Something? – Add that single missing link to finish it off.
'Twas Later When the Summer Went – For each word from the poem identified below, write down whether it functions with the other words in the poem primarily as alliteration or consonance.
Consonance in Poetry – As you read the assignment, record at least four examples of consonance.
Recorded Poetry – Include an adverbial clause for each as indicated in parentheses.
Deep In It... – Underline the sounds in each quotation that create consonance.
Poetry Analysis – As you read the assignment, record at least three examples of consonance that you notice.
Assonance or Consonance? – Write on the line whether each set of words creates assonance or consonance.
Picking Apart Poetry – For each line of the poem, if consonance is used, write consonance. If there is no consonance in the line, leave the line blank.
Creating Consonance – Add a word or words to each word provided below to create consonance.
Creating Effect with Sound – Use consonance to make descriptions of the following people, places and things interesting and memorable.
Getting Reps... – Try your own hand at consonance. Compose a few lines of poetry that make use of this device.