WORD WALL Finish the sentence with one word or phrase. Write this BIG and BEAUTIFUL on your paper. I will post some on the bulletin board later. Poetry is... Poe t r T Typ
erm y es, s, and For m Day s O ne Write, Pair, Share Write down what you already know about poetry terms, types, and forms. -Also, write down the names of any
poets or titles of poems that you already know. -2 minutes -Be prepared to share - A type of literary art that expresses ideas and feelings. - Can be written or spoken (or both). Below your brainstorm, answer these questions using true or false. Poetry has no rhyme. false false
Poetry is always about love. false Poetry is boring. Lets begin filling in our notes sheet. Write down the definition. Write down or draw a way for you to remember.
These are your notes to help you prepare for your summative. Term Line Definition How will you remember? LINE - a group of words together on one line of the poem
STANZA - a group of lines arranged together (the paragraph of a poem). Which is a line? Which is a stanza? LINE - a group of words together on one line of the poem STANZA - a group of lines arranged together (like the paragraph of a poem). Line 4
Line 5 Line 6 Line 7 50 inch screen, money green leather sofa Got two rides, a limousine with a chauffeur. Stanza 2 Line 1 Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis Line 2 When I was dead broke, man Line 3 I couldn't picture this.
Stanza 1 Juicy by Notorious B.I.G. POINT OF VIEW IN POETRY POET The poet is the author of the poem. SPEAKER The speaker of the poem is the narrator of the poem. The
voice coming through the poem NOTE: The poet and the speaker are NOT the same thing. Rhyme -Repetition of same or similar sounds Fireflies by Owl City cause Id get a thousand hugs From ten thousand lightning bugs As they tried to teach me how to dance A foxtrot above my head
A sock hop beneath my bed The disco ball is just hanging by a thread. Rhythm -pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables Example: Shakespeare Double, Double Toil and Trouble Fire burn and cauldron bubble Shif
-at change in a poems speaker or attitude Example: Look for specific words like but, yet or and yet,. They will often indicate a shift in a poem Narrative -a poem that tells a story The Snowman
The next snowy day the children all came out to play. There once was a very happy snowman They worked for hours together who was loved by all the boys and girls. to bring their friend back to them. He would watch them run and play with each passing day. Before the days end they all had their friend. One day the sun was so bright The happy snowman joined them the snowman knew it wasn't quite right. once again
He hoped with each day that he would not melt away if only he could make it until night. As the days became warmer and warmer the snowman knew he was in danger. He said his good-byes and looked in their eyes and said, "I promise I'll see you again." What is the story in this poem? LYRIC
A short poem Written in First Person Point of View I Expresses one emotion or an idea Describes a scene using sensory images LYRIC Example: Anger by Jamie ONeale My vision turns into a sea of red A red, ripping, roaring rage. Overwhelming, blasting, blistering. The aroma of smoke from my inner burning Leaves nothing but ashes. Anger's freezing, burning and buzzing in my ears
Brings bitterness and defeat. I want to taste the revenge it will be sweet. What senses are used here? - a 17-syllable poem consisting of three lines. Line 1: 5 syllables Line 2: 7 syllables Line 3: 5 syllables ----------------------Total: 17 syllables
Haiku How to write Haiku: In a traditional Japanese haiku, the rules for how to write Haiku are clear. Must be a THREE line poem with 17 syllables. 5 7 5 St. Pattys day, yay! Shoot, forgot to wear my green Leprechaun coming.
What to write about? Haiku-poems can describe almost anything Supposed to be simple, not complicate Traditional Haiku is about seasons of the year (spring, summer, winter, fall) You all can write about school, sports, family, etc. Concrete Poetry A poem in which the words of the poem take on the shape of its subject.
Concrete Poem 2 Concrete Poem 3 Sonnet -14 line, rhyming poem that expresses a single thought, idea, or sentiment I wrote 154 of these!
14 Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer's lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimmed, And every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance, or nature's changing course untrimmed: But thy eternal summer shall not fade, Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow'st, Nor shall death brag thou wand'rest in his shade, When in eternal lines to time thou grow'st,
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. What is the thought, idea or sentiment behind this poem? Free Verse Poem Free verse poetry is free from the normal rules of poetry. No length requirements No rhyme, meter, subject matter restraints. Free verse poetry is not just gibberish however. It still must have a subject, must be lexical (understandable)
words. It may be more difficult to write free verse than any other form, simply because the poet has more decisions to make. (unlike Haiku, which has a specific form). Free Verse Poem example Kittens by Alaina ? The kittens stretch, like an elastic headband! They go outside for some fresh air And do what kittens do. A fox approaches and sees them The kittens run back,
Where it is safe. Their owner picks them up And lies them on her Lap and pets them as they go to sleep. MEOW!! Prrr!! MEOW!! Image sources http://parnassusreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/LANGUAGEpoetry.jpg http://www.westminster.edu/staff/nak/courses/BibPoetry.gif https://ionetheurbandaily.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/biggiesmalls.jpg?w=320 http://api.ning.com/files/ItoWHqOuz42PIQhsqokv*ZYWk3zey42C7qtJg2LEvM3QJLEXiqfQMSDjhhH6qNit2ABkyyiONDa5B8CzTlgHhtp6raFvxmL/ lilwayneeminem.jpg http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/
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