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Project. Reciting a poem Robert Burns and his poetry. The feelings expressed by the poet. Discussion. 2. What’s more important than the language in the poem?. Poetry is a form of literature which often focuses on love or other feelings. What’s poetry?. Robert Burns.

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Project

Reciting a poem

Robert Burns and his poetry

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The feelings expressed by the poet.

Discussion

2. What’s more important than the language in the poem?

Poetry is a form of literature which often focuses on love or other feelings.

What’s poetry?

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Robert Burns

罗伯特·彭斯(Robert Burns, 1759-1796), 苏格兰诗人。 1759年1月25日生于苏格兰高原的一个农民家庭,家庭经济拮据。他自幼爱好诗歌。1786年出版了《苏格兰方言主写的诗集》(Poems Chiefly in Scottish Dialect)。

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Should auld acquaintance be forgot

and never brought to mind?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot

and days of auld lang syne?

For auld lang syne, my friends,

for auld lang syne,

we\'ll take a cup of kindness yet,

for auld lang syne.

Should auld acquaintance be forgot

and never brought to mind?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot

and days of auld lang syne?

For auld lang syne, my friends,

for auld lang syne,

we\'ll take a cup of kindness yet,

for auld lang syne.

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Skimming

Read the report on Robert Burns and his poetry and skim for its main idea and structure.

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Main idea of each part

divide the whole article into 3 parts

Part 1

Part 2

Introduction to Robert

Burns.

para.1--4

Some information about the Romantic Movement of poetry.

para. 5

The poem “A Red, Red Rose” with its introduction and explanation.

Part 3

para.6--7

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Detailedreading

Read the report again and fill in the table.

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Robert Burns

Name:

Year of birth:

Place of birth:

Year of death:

Family status:

His first love:

Effect on him:

Main works:

1759

Alloway, Scotland

1796

poor

Nelly Kirkpatrick

Encouraged him to

write poetry

‘To a Mouse’

‘The Holy Fair’

‘A Red, Red Rose’

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Robert Burns was born.

The Romantic Movement started.

The poem A Read, Red Rose was

published.

Robert Burns died at the age of 37.

The Romantic Movement ended.

The monument in honor of Burns was first shown to the public.

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DETAILED-READING

PART 3 (PARA 6-7)

What theme is often used by Romantic poets?

What is the example in Burns’ Poem?

Nature: rose

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DETAILED-READING

PART 3 (PARA 6-7)

2. What are the two comparisons?

The poet compared the idea of love to a red rose and a song.

O my Luve’s like a red, red rose

O my Luve’s like the melodie

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DETAILED-READING

PART 3 (PARA 6-7)

3. Who did Burnswant to say goodbye to?

Hewanted to say goodbye to a certain way of life or maybe he wanted to say goodbye to a loved one.

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A Red, Red Rose

by Robert Burns

O my Luve’s like a red, red rose

That’s newly sprung in June:

O my Luve’s like the melodie

That’s sweetly play’d in tune!

As fair art thou, my bonnie lass,

So deep in luveam I:

And I will luve thee still, my dear,

Till a’ the seas gang dry:

section

line

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Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear,

And the rocks melt wi’ the sun;

I will luve thee still, my dear,

While the sands o’ life shall run.

And fare thee weel, my only luve,

And fare thee weel a while!

And I will come again, my luve,

Tho’ it were ten thousand mile.

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O my is like a red, red rose,

newly sprung in June;

O my is like the melodie

That\'s sweetly played .

luve

love

That has

That’s

/’melәdi/

luve

harmoniously

in tune

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As fair , my ,

So deep in am I;

And I will still, my dear,

Till the seas dry.

art thou

are you

bonnie lass

beautiful girl

luve

love you

luve thee

all

a\'

gang

go

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Till the seas dry, my dear,

And the rocks melt the sun;

And I will still , my dear,

While shall run.

a\'

gang

with

wi\'

luve thee

the sands o\' life

the sands of life

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And , my only luve,

And a while;

And I will come again, my luve,

it were ten thousand mile!

fare thee weel

fare you well

fare thee weel

Though

Tho‘

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Focus on

  • Important phrases:
  • 1. 集中于,关注
  • 2.苏格兰超级大文豪
  • 3. 因、、、而出名
  • 4.赚很多钱

Scotland’s supreme literary hero

Have a reputation for

Make a lot of money

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Encourage sb. To do sth.

  • 5.鼓励某人做某事
  • 6.全国闻名
  • 7.37岁的时候去世
  • 8.悼念某人的去世
  • 9.捐钱抚养遗孀和孩子们

Become famous nationwide

Die at the age of 37

Mourn one’s death

Donate money to support his

widow and children

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In honor of

Belong to

  • 10.为了纪念
  • 11.属于
  • 12.倾向于做某事
  • 13.涉及、触及
  • 14.把什么当成主题

Tend to do

Touch on

Use sth. As a theme

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Consist of

  • 15.由什么组成
  • 16.把什么比作什么
  • 17.只要
  • 18.对什么说再见

Compare sth. To sth.

As long as

Say goodbye to

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a form of

which

  • Important sentences:
  • 1.Poetry is _________ poetry_________ often ___________ love or other feelings.
  • 2.In a poem, the feelings ________ are usually more important than the language ________.

focuses on

expressed

used

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3. Burns divided this poem into four short sections ___________four lines each.

consisting of

language points
Language points
  • Poetry is a form of literature which often focuses on love or other feelings.

focus on 集中注意力在……上

We must focus our attention on the question of reducing costs.

All the people focus their attention on the protection of children\'s rights.

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Burns was by then a famous poet, but was not any richer and had to earn his income by farming. (L8)

earn v. 赚得, 赢得, 获得

He has earned a lot of money this month.

earn one’s bread 维持生计

earn a living 谋生

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(L10) All of Scotland mourned Burns’s death, and afterwards many people donated money to support his widow and children.

donate v.捐赠

The government calls on the youth to donate their blood.

donation n.

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The poem was published in 1794 and, like many of Burns’s poems, it was intended to be a song. (L26)

intend to 想要;打算

I don\'t intend to listen to the song any longer!

What do you intend to do?

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Burns divided this poem into four short sections consisting of four lines each. (L27)

consist of 由……组成

This delegation consists of ten famous actors.

consist in 在于

Happiness consists in trying to do one\'s duty, not in amassing wealth.

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Pair work

Read the poem “A Red, Red Rose” and talk about the meaning of each line.

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注意古诗中一些词语的拼写与现在英语的区别:注意古诗中一些词语的拼写与现在英语的区别:

luve = love art = are

thee = you(宾格)thou = you(主格)

fare thee weel = farewell, goodbye

melodie = melody gang = go

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