Alliteration is a stylistic literary device identified by the repeated sound of the first consonant in a series of multiple words. Using this technique students create silly sentences that could be joined together to create a fun to read poem.
Part A) Ask students to think of :
- the name of a person
- something to eat
- an adjective
- a city, a place or a country
Using those words and adding any extra words they may need, students have to create a sentence in the verbal tense you indicate.
Letter F in present perfect: Ferdinand, Fig, fantastic, Findlad .
If students read all the sentences they have created, one after the other, the alliteradion creates the sensation of a poem.