September 14-15, 2017

September 14-15, 2017

Objectives: 1.Analyze complex poetry using TPFASTT. February 1415, 2018 2.Compose an evaluation of a poem. Catalyst: Pick up and paste 4 new poems in comp book. Finish TPFASTT round 2 composition (10 mins.) Homework & Reminders: Portrait ch. 3-4 this week; Assessment 2.21/2.22 Poetry Responses: Go back to all those notes I gave you FTLOG Seriously, what a waste of my time Reminders: DO NOT GIVE ME A RESPONSE WHICH IS ONE GIANT

PARAGRAPH Meet the MINIMUM word count: 300 (not including the heading and a copy of the poem, which I dont need anyway) Dont bother with line citations Include a separate intro paragraph Tell me the title and author in that intro paragraph (your response title doesnt count) Use evidence Use the quarter-sheet rubric I gave you last semester Use all your sparkly new poetry resources Other Reminders: If you are absent whenFTLOG something is due: You MUST prove to me that youve completed it by the time its due You MUST bring me a hard copy of that item the day you return If you are absent when theres a quiz/assessment: You MUST make it up by 5 days after the original assessment date YOU will reach out to ME to discuss day options I will NOT reach out to you After 5 days (not A/B days), the zero stays in the

gradebook TPFASTT round 2 composition 1.(10 Choosemins.) one of the three poems from this round 2. 3. Compose an analysis of that poem (like a poetry response) You should include: 4. Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare The Whipping by Robert Hayden

Ballad of Birmingham by Dudley Randall an introduction that sets the context of your analysis and includes the title and author of the text a specific, appropriate thesis statement a clear, formal exploration of the text direct and indirect textual evidence (line citation not necessary) topic sentences which present an idea/claim that supports your thesis inclusion of poetic devices which support your idea/claim Type your response in a Google document. TPFASTT round 2 peer-editing 1. Trade computers with a trusted colleague. (10 mins.) 2. 3. Add Comments on the document. Did the writer include all of the following?

4. 5. 6. an introduction that sets the context of your analysis and includes the title and author of the text a specific, appropriate thesis statement a clear, formal exploration of the text direct and indirect textual evidence (line citation not necessary) topic sentences which present an idea/claim that supports your thesis poetic devices which support your idea/claim What College Board score would the composition receive AS-IS? What suggestions can you give the writer for improvement? Submit the final product into Google Classroom. TPFASTT round 3: Imagery 1. In a Station of the Metro by Ezra Pound Guided annotations

2. Once Independent 3. The by the Pacific by Robert Frost Pulley by George Herbert Pairs and multiple choice practice 4. Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge 55 layers of support for this one

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