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Week 3. ENG102. DUE: . Peer Editing -10 points for not being prepared Journal: #1 Due on Readings for Week 2

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week 3

Week 3

ENG102

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DUE:
  • Peer Editing
  • -10 points for not being prepared
  • Journal: #1 Due on Readings for Week 2
  • *****Students who do not use class time wisely will not receive full credit for participation. Class time on assignments is important …as the instructor will take this time to revise and assist in guiding the student on essays and readings. “Writers Block” is not an excuse.
poetry figurative language
Poetry/Figurative Language
  • POETRY
  • .POINT OF VIEW IN POETRY
  • POET
  • The poet is the author of the poem.
  • SPEAKER
  • The speaker of the poem is the “narrator” of the poem.
  • POETRY FORM
  • FORM - LINE -
  • STANZA –
  • KINDS OF STANZAS
  • SOUND EFFECTS
  • RHYTHM
  • METER
  • FOOT - unit of meter.
  • TYPES OF FEET (cont.)
  • Iambic - unstressed, stressed
  • Trochaic - stressed, unstressed
  • Anapestic - unstressed, unstressed, stressed
  • Dactylic - stressed, unstressed, unstressed
  • FREE VERSE POETRY
  • BLANK VERSE POETRY
  • RHYME
  • END RHYME
  • INTERNAL RHYME
  • NEAR RHYME
  • RHYME SCHEME
  • ONOMATOPOEIA
  • ALLITERATION
  • CONSONANCE
  • ASSONANCE
  • REFRAIN
  • LYRIC
  • HAIKU
  • CINQUAIN
  • SHAKESPEAREAN SONNET
  • NARRATIVE POEMS
  • CONCRETE POEMS
  • FIGURATIVELANGUAGE
  • SIMILE
  • METAPHOR
  • EXTENDED METAPHOR
  • IMPLIED METAPHOR
  • Hyperbole
  • Idiom
  • PERSONIFICATION
  • SYMBOLISM
  • Allusion
  • IMAGERY
  • Parody
literary elements
Genres: fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry

Stages of plot

Conflict

Flashback

Foreshadowing

Narrator

Point of View

Inferences

Characteristics

Setting

Theme

Mood

Tone

Literary Elements
the market economy
“The Market Economy”
  • By Marge Piercy
  • http://www.suu.edu/hss/english/scriblerian/spring07/2010arg2.html :Response to 2 poems
  • http://www.kitchengardeners.org/blogs/penelope/2006/02/ : Poem
two kinds
“Two Kinds”
  • By Amy Tan
  • http://users.aber.ac.uk/jpm/ellsa/t3/ellsa_twokinds1.html
  • http://www.bookrags.com/studyguide-twokinds/intro.html
  • http://campuspages.cvcc.vccs.edu/POLIS/2004/Non-Fiction/two%20kinds.htm : Essay Sample
  • http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_master_lit_1/0,,658027-,00.html
  • Quiz
  • http://www.bookreporter.com/authors/au-tan-amy.asp : BIO
  • http://luna.moonstar.com/~acpjr/Blackboard/112BB/mod2kinds.html : Essay and Outline Sample
she rose to his requirement
“She Rose to His Requirement”
  • By Emily Dickenson
  • http://blackwidow.umf.maine.edu/~wesmcnair/discovering_emily_dickenson.html
  • http://plagiarist.com/poetry/7029/
ballad of birmingham
“Ballad of Birmingham”
  • By Dudley Randall
  • http://webinstituteforteachers.org/%7Evfjohnson/ballbham.html
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dudley_Randall
  • http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0215687/Dudley%20Randall.htm
homework
Homework
  • Journal: Reading Response #2
  • Essay #2: Rough Draft Due week 4…Peer Editing
  • Study for QUIZ #1

”Literary Elements”