This bundle contains a fully editable 75-slide PowerPoint lesson on the literary device of onomatopoeia, an accompanying set of 20 worksheets and a set of 30 engaging posters.
The content includes an explanation and definition of onomatopoeia, why it is used and examples from poetry, literature, adverts and comics -including The Ancient Mariner (Samuel Taylor Coleridge), The Highwayman (Alfred Noyes), The Charge of the Light Brigade (Alfred Tennyson), The Lake Isle of Innisfree (W. B. Yeats), The Bells (Edgar Allan Poe), The Tempest ( William Shakespeare) and For Whom the Bell Tolls (Ernest Hemingway).
Challenges and opportunities within the PowerPoint for pupils to identify and use onomatopoeia. It contains images to stimulate students to compose their own onomatopoeic words.
The PowerPoint also contains hyperlinks to a short, entertaining video on onomatopoeia; some adverts containing onomatopoeia and a recitation by Roger McGough of his poem 'The Sound Collector'.
This resource contains a set of 20 worksheets on the literary device of onomatopoeia. Tasks include identifying onomatopoeic words in sentences and literature and using onomatopoeia in sentences, to describe scenes and to create adverts.
Set of 30 Posters
A set of 30 colourful posters on the literary device of onomatopoeia.
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