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February 24, 2014 Types of poetry - narrative H omework: F ind 2-3 poems online, by a published author and bring in copies of them. No Shel Silverstein, no Dr. Seuss, no limericks, no haiku! Unit 4 vocabulary quiz next Tuesday, March 4th. Poetry test on Wednesday, March 5th! Ob jective:

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February 24, 2014

Types of poetry - narrative

Homework:

Find 2-3 poems online, by a published author and bring in copies of them. No Shel Silverstein, no Dr. Seuss, no limericks, no haiku!

Unit 4 vocabulary quiz next Tuesday, March 4th. Poetry test on Wednesday, March 5th!

Objective:

I can identify the elements of plot in a narrative poem.

Warm Up (in your composition book)

Look up the definition for NARRATIVE POETRY in the red section of your Lit. book. Copy the definition into your notes.

Draw a plot diagram in your notes. Label and describe each part of it.


narrative poetry

Poetry tells a story. It has characters, a setting and a plot.


Turn in your 
Literature book to pg. 
142

Let's read the section titled

"Have You Ever Been Fooled?"


The Walrus and the Carpenter is an example of a narrative 
poem. This means that it must have all the elements of a 
story, including...

1. characters

2. setting

3. plot


Give 4 setting details mentioned in the poem’s exposition.

setting = time, place

exposition = introduction of characters and setting

1.

2.

3.

4.


What is the central conflict in the poem?

conflict = the problem in a story


List 3 events (in sequential order) that are part of the poem's rising action.

sequential order - the order that events occur in

rising action - suspense builds, conflict is getting more intense 


In which lines is the climax, or turning point of the poem, found?


What is the climax of the poem?


Give an example of an event that is 
part of the falling action.

falling action - events that lead to the resolution, the story winds down


What is the resolution to the conflict?

resolution = resolves the central conflict


Identify 4 characters in the poem and give an adjective that describes each. Be sure you can justify 
your adjectives with textual evidence!

characters = people or animals in a story

1. the walrus -

2. the carpenter -

3. eldest oyster -

4. the young oysters -


Homework:

Find 2-3 poems online, by a published author and bring in copies of them. No Shel Silverstein, no Dr. Suess.

Unit 4 vocabulary quiz next Tuesday, March 4th. Poetry test on Wednesday, March 5th!


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