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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.

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narrative poetry

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

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Turn in your 
Literature book to pg. 
142

Let\'s read the section titled

"Have You Ever Been Fooled?"

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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

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

setting = time, place

exposition = introduction of characters and setting

1.

2.

3.

4.

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What is the central conflict in the poem?

conflict = the problem in a story

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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 

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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

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What is the resolution to the conflict?

resolution = resolves the central conflict

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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 -

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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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