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POETRY TERMS

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

FORMS OF POETRY

FORMS

FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

FIGURATIVE

POETRY TERMS

VOCABULARY

LATIN ROOTS

LATIN

PRONOUNS

PRONOUNS

TOPIC OR THEME

PICK ONE

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

AN ARRANGEMENT OF WORDS

IN LINES USING RHYME AND

PATTERNS.

POETRY

HER HAIR STOOD UP LIKE

SPIKES (SIMILE/METAPHOR)

SIMILE

DOIMSI EXPRESSIONS THAT

ARE UNIQUE TO A REGION OR

LANGUAGE

IDIOMS

BENE THE PRINCIPAL BELIEVES

GRASS CAN _____THE SCHOOL

KIDS.

BENEFIT

I READ POETRY ALOUD.

I

KINDNESS AND TRUST IS

IMPORTANT IN ALL PEOPLE'S

LIVES.

THEME

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

2 RHYMING LINES WITH THE

SAME METER OR PATTERN OF

ACCENTED SYLLABLES

COUPLET

HER EYES WERE SAUCERS

(SIMILE/METAPHOR)

METAPHOR

ESARHPARAP RESTATING THE

LINES IN YOUR OWN WORDS

PARAPHRASE

BENE THE GENERAL'S VISIT

WAS ____ BECAUSE IT RAISED

EVERYONE'S SPIRITS.

BENEFICIAL

DID YOU SEE THE WINTER

MOON?

YOU

I LOVE PIZZA.

TOPIC

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

EXPRESSES EMOTION OR

DESCRIBES NATURE

LYRIC POETRY

HIS HEAD BOBBED UP & DOWN

LIKE AN OCEAN LINER ON

WAVES (SIMILE/METAPHOR)

SIMILE

NLOGIAAES COMPARISONS OF

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN UNLIKE

THINGS

ANALOGIES

VERGE BECAUSE OF THAT

LARGE BOULDER, THAT

STREAM MUST_____.

DIVERGE

WHITMAN HIMSELF

ADDRESSES FUTURE POETS.

HIMSELF

A STORY ABOUT A FUGITIVE

SLAVE FLEEING TO CANADA.

TOPIC

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

A LYRIC POEM WRITTEN IN 14

LINES WITH PATTERNS OF

RHYME

SONNET

HER SHOES WERE BOATS

(SIMILE/METAPHOR)

METAPHOR

ONET THE WRITER'S ATTITUDE

TOWARD THE SUBJECT AND

THE AUDIENCE

TONE

VERGE ALL THE GROUPS WILL

_____ AT NOON FOR A

COMBINED LUNCH MEETING.

CONVERGE

WE CAN RING THE BELL.

WE

JIMMY MUST RISK REVEALING

HIS PAST TO SAVE A GIRL'S

LIFE.

THEME

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

A HEROIC STORY TO BE

HANDED DOWN THROUGH THE

GENERATIONS

EPIC

THE TEST WAS A QUIET

MOUSE (SIMILE/METAPHOR)

METAPHOR

ESGIMA SPECIFIC PICTURES IN

THE READER'S MIND

IMAGES

INTER AN _____HIGHWAY

SYSTEM RUNS FROM

CALIFORNIA TO MAINE.

INTERSTATE

WHEN WILL THEY FINISH THE

POETRY BOOK?

THEY

THE ROAD NOT TAKEN IS

ABOUT MAKING CHOICES IN

LIFE.

THEME

 CATEGORY:   

DEFINITION  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

A PERSON, PLACE, OR THINGTHAT IN ADDITION TO ITS OWNMEANING, HAS LAYERS OFMEANING.   

 Response:   

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POETRY TERMS

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

PARALLEL/NOT

PARALLEL OR NOT

LATIN MIX

LATIN MIX

PREPOSITIONS

PREPOSITIONS

POETRY TERMS

VOCABULARY

LATIN MIX II

LATIN MIX II

LATIN LATIN LATIN

LATIN MIX III

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE HEAVY DOOR WAS NO

MATCH FOR THE DRILL WHICH

WAS LIGHT.

NOT PARALLEL

ATE THE SMELL OF FOOD CAN

MAKE A HUNGRY PERSON

_______.

SALIVATE

THEY FOUND THE MONEY

NEAR THE SAFE.

NEAR

NYRA A TALL TALE, STORY OR

LEGEND THAT ARE FUNNY

EXAGGERATED SITUATIONS.

YARN

CRED THE JOB WAS

_____DIFFICULT.

INCREDIBLY

TRANS SOON THE UGLY

DUCKLING WILL _____INTO A

GRACEFUL SWAN.

TRANSITION

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE HEAVY DOOR WAS NO

MATCH FOR THE LIGHT DRILL.

PARALLEL

SCOPE AN INSTRUMENT USED

IN A SUBMARINE TO SEE THE

OCEAN SURFACE

PERISCOPE

REACH FOR THE COOKIES IN

THE JAR.

IN

LROA NOITIDART ALL SONGS,

STORIES, POEMS PASSED

DOWN FROM GENERATIONS BY

WORD OF MOUTH.

ORAL TRADITION

CRED SHE TOLD SO MANY FIBS

THAT SHE DIDN'T HAVE MUCH

_____WITH HER FRIENDS.

CREDIBILITY

TRANS SHOULD WE _____THIS

TREE IN OUR BACKYARD?

TRANSPLANT

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

HIS WORN TOOLS, COMPLETE

CONCENTRATION, AND

EXPERIENCED ATTITUDE

SILENCED THE GROUP.

PARALLEL

SPEC TO LOOK AT CAREFULLY

INSPECT

LOOK FOR ME BY THE CORNER.

BY

PHORATEM A DESCRIPTION OF

ONE ITEM WITHOUT USING LIKE

OR AS.

METAPHOR

CRED IN SCHOOL, SHE EARNED

_____ FOR TAKING LESSONS.

CREDIT

TRANS OUR_____CRUISE TOOK

MORE THAN A WEEK.

TRANSATLANTIC

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

HIS WORN TOOLS, COMPLETE

CONCENTRATION, AND AN

ATTITUDE THAT WAS

EXPERIENCED SILENCED THE

GROUP.

NOT PARALLEL

SPEC EYEGLASSES

SPECTACLES

THE RAILROAD TRAIN

REACHED THE STATION

BEFORE THE WHISTLE.

BEFORE

IFIIONTACONSPRE

NONHUMANS ARE GIVEN

HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS.

PERSONIFICATION

GRAT THE CAT WAS FILLED

WITH _____WHEN THE

FIREMAN PULLED IT FROM THE

TREE.

GRATITUDE

TRANS THE TEACHER MUST

_____THE GRADES INTO THE

ROLLBOOK.

TRANSFER

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

JIMMY WORE A GRAY VEST, A

WOOL COAT, AND A SHIRT

THAT WAS PRESSED.

PARALLEL

SPEC BAND OF COLORS FOUND

IN LIGHT

SPECTRUM

THE EGG STUCK TO THE PAN.

TO

IIELMSS COMPARISON OF TWO

THINGS USING LIKE OR AS.

SIMILES

GRAT ONLY THE OWL WAS

_____FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF

VIEWING THE SITE OF THE

HISTORIC HOUSE.

GRATEFUL

TRANS THE TWO BUSINESS

MEN WILL_____THEIR

AGREEMENT SHORTLY.

TRANSACT

 CATEGORY:   

DEFINITION  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

A PERSON, PLACE, OR THINGTHAT IN ADDITION TO ITS OWNMEANING, HAS LAYERS OFMEANING.   

 Response:   

SYMBOL

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