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Period 4 - Trial Assignments. 10/21 – Quietly take a seat next to someone you want to work with today. Sonnets- Let’s take a moment to read about sonnets. Structure 14 lines Rhythm is called iambic pentameter 10 syllables, broken into 5 feet (2 syllables per foot)

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Period 4 trial assignments

Period 4 - Trial Assignments

10/21 – Quietly take a seat next to someone you want to work with today.


Sonnets let s take a moment to read about sonnets

Sonnets-Let’s take a moment to read about sonnets.

Structure

  • 14 lines

  • Rhythm is called iambic pentameter

    • 10 syllables, broken into 5 feet (2 syllables per foot)

    • Stress on every other syllable

    • Da DUM da DUM da DUM da DUM da DUM

  • “abab cdcd efef gg” rhyme scheme

    • 1st 12 lines introduce the poem

    • Last 2 lines (couplet) resolve the problem


Today s work

Today’s Work

  • (10 min.) Read & Translate Sonnet 40, 57, 61, or 87

    “Translate” each line into your own words (Do this individually first because it is good practice)

    2. (10 min) Now in pairs share your translations Students looking at sonnets 40 and 87 should focus closely on the role of passion in the sonnet, while students looking at sonnets 57 and 61 should examine the role of jealousy. (You may want to look up a definition of passion and a definition of jealousy.)

    3. What do you think this sonnet is saying?

    **complete all of your work on your sonnet sheet**

    4. What images could you pair with this sonnet's meaning? Keep in mind your sonnet’s attitude towards passion or jealousy. 


Sonnet imagestory

Sonnet Imagestory

You will create a Imagestory which visually illustrates one of Shakespeare’s Sonnets.

Requirements:

You will need to find four images that accurately illuminate the meaning of the sonnet.

You will need to pair the first quatrain, second quatrain, third quatrain, and final couplet with an image.

Under, around, or over each image you will need to neatly and creatively write the lines of the sonnet that are illuminated by the image.

You will need to write 4-6 sentences which explain how your image illuminates the meaning of the chosen lines in your sonnet.

*It is due ¾ of the way through the period tomorrow.*


Homework

Homework

Find images for your sonnet.

Start working on your own sonnet (due Monday)


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