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The Raven Edgar Allan Poe. L.O. To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader. Starter: Look carefully at the image you have been given. Around the outside of the page write words that you feel describe the mood (tone) which the image creates. TONE.

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The raven edgar allan poe

The RavenEdgar Allan Poe

L.O. To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader.

Starter:

Look carefully at the image you have been given.

Around the outside of the page write words that you feel describe the mood (tone) which the image creates.


The raven edgar allan poe

TONE

  • The tone of a piece of writing means the mood it create.

  • The tone can be...

ANGRY

Angry

PEACEFUL


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The RavenEdgar Allan Poe

L.O. To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader in particular stanzas.

AF6


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The RavenEdgar Allan Poe

You have been given

A copy of the poem, ‘The Raven’ by Edgar Allan Poe.

A set of tone cards.

We are going to listen to the poem being read.

While we listen to it you must think about the tone (mood) which is created by the words.

While you listen you must choose 3 tone cards, which you feel describe the tone of the poem at specific points. Stick these tone cards on the space provided.


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The RavenEdgar Allan Poe

While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,

Fearful

FOR EXAMPLE:


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The RavenEdgar Allan Poe

While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,

Fearful

FOR EXAMPLE:

IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU DO NOT DISCUSS YOUR CHOICES WITH YOUR PARTNER- KEEP IT SECRET!


The raven edgar allan poe

How does this task link with our objective?-To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader.

  • When I say go:

  • Swap sheets with someone on your table.

  • You must try to guess the exact line your partner was thinking of when they chose their tone cards.


The raven edgar allan poe

You must identify the correct line by putting the number next to the line

(tone card 1=1, tone card 2=2, tone card 3=3)

While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,

Tone cards:

Fearful

Angry

Desperate


L o to be able to explain the effect of a the raven on the reader

The tone of Edgar Allan Poe’s poem, The Raven, is

..................... When it says ....................

...........................................................

This makes the reader feel.............................

....................................................................................................................................................................................

L.O. To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader.


L o to be able to explain the effect of a the raven on the reader1

The tone of Edgar Allan Poe’s poem, The Raven, is

..................... When it says ....................

...........................................................

This makes the reader feel.............................

....................................................................................................................................................................................

L.O. To be able to explain the effect of a ‘The Raven’ on the reader.


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