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Introduce your scholars to onomatopoeia and alliteration using a language elements learning exercise. They examine six sound words and match them to four pictures. Next, learners read two examples of alliteration and write one of their own. They also read a poem that demonstrates how words can be funny. Consider letting writers create their own funny poem. This learning exercise doesn't introduce the proper figurative language terms.