This lesson is a walkthrough into the wonderful world of poetry. Poetry is a form of literature that uses aesthetic and often rhythmic qualities of language − such as phonaesthetics, sound symbolism, etc.
2. EALR’s (Essential Acedemic Learning Requirements) 2.2 write for different 3.2 draft Writing: purposes elaborate on a topic and use voice, word choice, supporting ideas and sentence fluency 3.3 revise 1.1 develop concept for intended style and collect input and and design audience enhance text and style develop a topic or such as telling stories, 3.4 edit theme; organize written presenting analytical use resources to correct thoughts with a clear responses to literature, spelling, punctuation, beginning, middle, and 2.3 write in a variety of grammar, and usag3.5 end; use transitional forms publish sentences and phrases including narratives, select a publishing form to connect related journals, poems, and produce a ideas; write coherently essays, stories, completed writing and effectively research reports, and project to share with technical writing chosen audience 3.1 prewrite 4.2 seek and offer generate ideas and feedback gather information
3. More EALR’s Reading: Communication: 2.3 Expand comprehension by 1.2 listen and observe to gain an analyzing, interpreting, and understanding. synthesizing information and ideas 2.1 communicate clearly to a range in literary and informational text. of audiences for different purposes 2.4 Think critically and analyze 2.2 develop content and ideas author’s use of language, style, develop a topic or theme; organize purpose, and perspective in thoughts around a clear beginning, informational middle, and end; use transitional 3.4 Read for literary/narrative sentences and phrases to connect experience in a variety of genres related ideas; speak coherently and and literary text. compellingly 4.2 Develop interests and share 2.3 use effective delivery reading experiences. adjust speaking strategies for a variety of audiences and purposes 4.2 seek and offer feedback seek and use feedback to improve communication; offer suggestions and comments to others
4. Dramatic Narrative Poetry Dramatizes Poetry Poetry- action though dialogue or Tells a story Lyrical Poetry Expresses Personal thoughts and Emotions
5. “Be Still my Beating Heart” - Sting Click here to view Expresses emotions, appeals to your senses, and often “Winter” could be set to music. -Shakespeare Check out Common Click here Lyrical to view poetic devices
6. When the Author of a 3 types: poem writes something, Metaphor but doesn’t Simile really mean it literally. Personification Time is Imagery about to run out!
7. When human like qualities are given to an animal or object. Example: An overly gregarious A decrepit old car.
8. • When you compare something using like or as. • The river is peaceful, like a new baby Assignment: sleeping. Find the similes in “Be Still My Beating Hea rt”
9. A comparison NOT using like or as. “It is Oh bright the East, and Juliet is the Romeo, “Romeo and Juliet”, William Shakespeare sun!”
10. A Poem that tells a story, and has the elements of a story. Often Narrative Click here poems have a “The Raven” rhyme scheme -And complete -Edgar Allen Poe assignment for -“Papa’s Fishing Hole” -“The Lie”
11. VS. Refrain is Repetition when a is when a poem word or repeats phrase is entire lines repeated or more just once several or in one times specific throughout area of . the poem. Find an Like the Example in “The Raven” chorus of a
12. In a poem, you can often see the images the author writes about When the author provides The spring flowers, vibrant, electrified with visual the newness of spring pictures as you read.
13. A poem “Meeting At Nig where the Dramati ht” speaker is By Robert someone c Browning other then the poet Poetry themselves .A Dramatic poem often “Princess” includes “Incident in characters By Sara a Rose Gard and Henderson en” dialogue. A Hay Dramatic By Monologue Donald Justice is often from a
14. Who is the Speaker of the Poem? What is their tone? In “The Princess ?” The Point of view can be the actual poet him/herself, but may also be an animal, an inanimate object, or a fictional character.
15. IronyWhen something that wasn’t expected happens. Or when the opposite of what is expected happens. For example: In “Incident in a Rose Garden” The devil wasn’t coming for the gardener, he was coming for the farmer!
16. Word Connotation: Choice/Diction Denotation: The way a word makes us feel. The actual dictionary definition of the word. Words can give us different feelings when we hear them…some positive, some negative, and everything in between! Find some examples in “Meeting at Night,” click the following poem…
17. Musical Devices • Alliteration • Assonance When the same When the same vowel consonant sound is sound is used in words used throughout a throughout a piece of writing piece of writing. That is the way we will candy covered coconuts. pray today, okay?
18. Onomatopoeia word that expresses sound… zoom, In“Winter” There are bang, examples… Check it out!
19. Poetic Form Some forms… Haiku Cinquai n Concret e
20. HAIKU A poem where there are 5 “You syllabus in the 1st ” I Love you so line; 7 in the much, second line; 5 in the 3rd line. I long to see your beauty, Create your Own! Love the way Other examples a you shine, nd “How To”
21. The “Modern” Cinquains Sister Cinquain •A Cinquain is a poem Smart, Outgoing that resembles a diamond. Loving, playing, Laughing •It has 5 lines and Always in for some fun begins with one word. •The 2nd line has two Friend adjectives that describe that word. “Tucson Rain” •The 3rd , three verbs. “Traditional” The smell •The 4th line is a Cinquain phrase that goes Everyone moves deeper into the topic. To the window to look •The 5th line gives Work stops and people either a synonym for start talking the first word, or a More on Traditional word that Rain came encompasses the Cinquains whole poem.
22. Poetry in which authors use both words and physical shape to convey a message.
23. Another Concrete
24. Headline Poem: a poem that uses clippings from newspapers or magazines to create a message.
25. Now It’s your turn! Poetry Portfolio requirements PowerPoint Help How do I begin? Grading Rubric How will I be graded?
26. Poetry Resources Page Helpful Links for you! Types of Poems Samples of Narrative Poetry Lyrical Poetry Finding Poetry
27. •All pictures from the Microsoft Gallery •All poems from Prentice Hall Literature Book, “Gold” level. Prentice, Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632. 1989. •Poetic devices information/Definitions Prentice Hall Literature. •Cinquain info: http://jfg-girlscouts. •“Be Still my Beating Heart” by Sting: •Slide 24- Poem by Ali Duncan, grade 9, original “Zig-Zag” poem •Slide 25-Headline Poem by Jessica Grover, grade 9