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A 23 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when introducing students to poetic devices.
This PowerPoint presentation has been designed to introduce your students to five commonly used poetic devices. It provides an overview and example of the following:
- sound play
- word play
A PDF version of the PowerPoint is also available. Teachers may wish to choose specific slides to be used as a classroom display.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
- English > Year 3 > Literacy > Interpreting, analysing, evaluating > ACELY1678
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- English > Year 4 > Literacy > Interpreting, analysing, evaluating > ACELY1690
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- English > Year 3 > Literature > Examining literature > ACELT1600
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- English > Year 4 > Literature > Examining literature > ACELT1606
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