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Elegy Melancholy poem lamenting the death of the poem’s subject.  Elegies often end with consolin
Elegy Melancholy poem lamenting the death of the poem’s su - presentation

lindy-duni

“Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” is a great example of an elegy. Written by Thomas Gray, the poem is 128 lines, and it ends with an “epitaph.” . Epitaph. Short poem intended as an inscription on a grave – can serve as a brief “elegy.” .

“I Am” poem Purposes of I AM Poem
“I Am” poem Purposes of I AM Poem - presentation

lindy-duni

To recognize the many roles we play. To practice authorship . To draw up important memories of events, people, and places in our lives . To develop self-respect and appreciate what is good and positive in ourselves .

Practicing Poem Analysis & Creation
Practicing Poem Analysis & Creation - presentation

tawny-fly

“Farewell, Love” . – by Sir Thomas Wyatt. Farewell . love and all thy laws forever;. Thy baited hooks shall tangle me no more.. Senec. and Plato call me from thy lore. To perfect wealth, my wit for to .

Eac Each guided poetry lesson will cover a different poem from the 17 in the anthology.
Eac Each guided poetry lesson will cover a different poem fr - presentation

alida-mead

It is important to remember that you will NOT be allowed to take your annotated anthology in to the exam. . Eac. Eac. Poem 1.. The Manhunt by Simon Armitage. After the first phase,. after passionate nights and intimate days,.

Good Friday   This poem describes a real life encounter.
Good Friday This poem describes a real life encounter. - presentation

lois-ondre

. Morgan . once said. : . . “. I think of poetry partly . as. . . . a special way of recording moments and events . . . I am very strongly moved by the absolute force of what actually happens” .

The Epic Poem
The Epic Poem - presentation

mitsue-sta

Larger than life hero (. Epic hero. ).. Often part God.. Hero goes on a long journey or quest (. Epic quest. ). . Begins . in medias res. .. Begins with an invocation to a . muse. (. Epic invocation.

Ballad poem Poetry 15                   Date:
Ballad poem Poetry 15 Date: - presentation

tatiana-do

Learning . Objectives. To learn what Ballads are.. To create our Ballads.. In your exercise copy, summarise a story. . D. escribe. any story in three. to six lines. It can be a fairytale, a movie, T.V. Show, book or any tale..

Poem Analysis Presentation
Poem Analysis Presentation - presentation

alexa-sche

A Thunderstorm. By: Archibald Lampman. Created By: Josh Pohl. 1.A . moment the wild swallows like a flight. 2.Of . withered gust-caught leaves, serenely high,. 3.Toss . in the windrack up the muttering sky..

Introduction to Poetry Components of a poem
Introduction to Poetry Components of a poem - presentation

mitsue-sta

Lines. Stanza. Figurative Language. Rhyme. Rhyme Scheme. Alliteration. Consonance. Assonance. Onomatopoeia . 2. Lines. Most poems are written in lines. .. How many lines . does this poem . h. ave?.

Reading a Poem
Reading a Poem - presentation

liane-varn

ACRONYM: STIFS. S. peaker. T. one. I. magery. F. igurative Language. S. ound. S. TIFS. Speaker. Identify . the Speaker. Who . is the speaker addressing? . What . is the speaker’s topic or argument? .

In our tenth year
In our tenth year - presentation

briana-ran

Simon . Armitage. Structure. The poem has 14 lines which suggests it is a sonnet.. The traditional theme of a sonnet is ‘love’.. How does this poem differ from some of the other poems we have analysed within the anthology? .

Analyzing the poem
Analyzing the poem - presentation

kittie-lec

to determine meaning (theme). TPCASTT with “Fifteen,” by William Stafford. Title. Paraphrase. Connotation. Attitude. Shifts. Title. Theme. What is “TPCASTT”?. Speculate (guess) what the poem might be about, based on its title..

A POEM IS JUST THE BEGINNING ...
A POEM IS JUST THE BEGINNING ... - presentation

trish-goza

TODAY WE ARE GOING TO:. Learn about different poetry techniques. Compare different techniques and their effect on the reader. Write a poem for Young Writers’ The Poetry Trials competition. WHAT. .

Have your metaphor poem on your desk
Have your metaphor poem on your desk - presentation

tatiana-do

Grab your TEXTBOOKS!!. “Ego Tripping” by . Nikki Giovanni. Activity 4.9 281-282. Purpose:. *To identify and critique the function of . hyperbole. and . allusions. in poetry. *To write an . analytical statement .

HOW TO  EXPLICATE  A POEM
HOW TO EXPLICATE A POEM - presentation

mitsue-sta

OBJECTIVES. A poem can have a number of different "pieces" that you need to look at closely in order to complete the poetic ". puzzle”. An . "explication" is simply an explanation of how all the elements in a poem work together to achieve the total meaning and effect.

How to Analyze a Poem: TP-CASTT
How to Analyze a Poem: TP-CASTT - presentation

alexa-sche

All that you need to know when it comes to reading a poem!. Title. Look at the title and make predictions about what the poem might be about. . What type of connotations or associations do you attach with the title?.

What title would you give a poem based on this picture?
What title would you give a poem based on this picture? - presentation

mitsue-sta

The Road Not Taken. L.O.. To explore different interpretations of poetry. . Discussing LANGUAGE. Verbs. Adjectives. Similes. Imagery. Alliteration. Repetition. Punctuation and sentence length. Tone. Discussing STRUCTURE.

Warm-up: Write an Acrostic Poem
Warm-up: Write an Acrostic Poem - presentation

marina-yar

It can be about any subject. Write the letters that spell your subject down the side of your page.  When you have done this then you go back to each letter and think of a word, phrase or sentence that  starts with that letter and describes your subject. The following poem is an example of acrostic poems  written in this format. Pick a word and write your own!.

An extension of the poem by
An extension of the poem by - presentation

pasty-tole

Langston Hughes. Adapted from Mensa for Kids by . Sherilyn. Hansen. Dream Deferred. Follow the slides in order at your own pace.. Read “Dream Deferred” by Langston Hughes. Answer the questions in complete sentences (the what). Provide details to show evidence of high level thinking (the how and why). Most answers will be in the form of a short paragraph..

I Am Poem
I Am Poem - presentation

calandra-b

I AM POEM. I am caring and loving.. I wonder if I am reaching any of my students.. I hear my name being called one hundred times a day.. I want my students to stay away from drugs and gangs.. I pretend that I can make a difference..

POEM PRESENTATION MADE BY :
POEM PRESENTATION MADE BY : - presentation

stefany-ba

RAISSA. W. TALITHA. WILSON WINATA. ROBIN KIE. GLADYS. THE CITY IS SO BIG. The city is so big. Kota itu sangat besar. Its bridges quake with fear. Jembatan-jembatannya retak dengan sangat mengerikan. I know, i have seen at night.

Rumi Found Poem Tape in your Composition Book
Rumi Found Poem Tape in your Composition Book - presentation

conchita-m

Rumi Found Poem Tape in your Composition Book USE COLOR READ you poem. THINK about what it means. CREATE a visual that represents the meaning of your poem. Block out words of the poem Draw an image Write a new poem inspired by this one

Eac Each guided poetry lesson will cover a different poem from the 17 in the anthology.
Eac Each guided poetry lesson will cover a different poem fr - presentation

jane-oiler

It is important to remember that you will NOT be allowed to take your annotated anthology in to the exam. . Eac. Eac. Cozy. Apologia. by Rita Dove. Autobiographical poem in which Dove expresses her love for her husband, Fred..

Poem Explication on “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” b
Poem Explication on “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” b - presentation

alexa-sche

By: Marianne File and Elizabeth . Hamilt. “The Rime of the Ancient mariner by Samuel Coleridge. Part II. "The sun now rose upon the right:. Out of the sea came he,. Still hid in mist, and on the left.

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