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DO NOW. 14.D 21 D 15 C 22 A 16 B 23 A 17 A 24 E 18 C 19 E 20 E . What do I HAVE to know?. AP TEST has 55 multiple choice ?’s in 1 hour. 5 reading selections (2 are poems) 15/55 Questions (27%) 1 FRQ is a poem 1/3 Essay Questions (33%)

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do now
DO NOW

14.D 21 D

15 C 22 A

16 B 23 A

17A 24 E

18 C

19 E

20 E

what do i have to know
What do I HAVE to know?
  • AP TEST has 55 multiple choice ?’s in 1 hour.
  • 5 reading selections (2 are poems) 15/55 Questions (27%)
  • 1 FRQ is a poem 1/3 Essay Questions (33%)
  • So then…what skills do I need to ace this part?
what is poetry
What is poetry?
  • Why is it written?
  • How do we use poetry?
  • YOU WILL BE ASKED to give a definition of what poetry is to you before you leave class today.
  • TO ME, poetry is about choices and reflection.
poetry is about choice and reflection
Poetry is about choice and reflection.
  • We choose our words carefully.
    • Fewer words in a poem than in a fiction, nonfiction text.
    • Conserve words and space in a poem
  • Poetry requires reflection.
    • Poetry asks the poet to see the world through new eyes.
    • How you see the world is TOTALLY different than how I see the world.
    • TODAY…we will hear, see and discuss 3 examples.
types of poetry
Types of Poetry
  • Concrete Poetry/ Imagist- the words create the symbol
  • ArsPoetica- a poem about poetry
  • Ballad/Lyric Poetry- usually rhymed, song-like
  • Sonnet (Shakespearean and Petrarchan)
concrete poetry
Concrete Poetry
  • The poem resembles the theme, or a subject of the poem.
  • Concrete poetry is also just like taking a picture of a scene.
  • “Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams
concrete poetry1
Concrete Poetry

“Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams

so much depends

upon

a red wheel

barrow

glazed with rain

water

beside the white

chickens.

concrete poetry2
Concrete Poetry

“Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams

so much depends

upon

a red wheel

barrow

glazed with rain

water

beside the white

chickens.

ars poetica
ArsPoetica
  • A poem about a poem… a mirror to a poem.
  • The “art of poetry”
ballad lyric poetry
Ballad, Lyric Poetry
  • A song-like poem, usually about love.
  • Ballads include rhyme and meter
sonnet 14 lined poem
Sonnet- 14 Lined Poem
  • A Sonnet is a 14 lined poem
    • Three quatrains
    • 1 rhymed couplet
sonnet
SONNET

Is it for fear to wet a widow's eyeThat thou consumest thyself in single life?Ah! if thou issueless shalt hap to die.The world will wail thee, like a makeless wife;

The world will be thy widow and still weepThat thou no form of thee hast left behind,When every private widow well may keepBy children's eyes her husband's shape in mind.

Look, what an unthrift in the world doth spendShifts but his place, for still the world enjoys it;But beauty's waste hath in the world an end,And kept unused, the user so destroys it.

No love toward others in that bosom sitsThat on himself such murderous shame commits.

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EPIC
  • Long, narrative poem (meaning it tells a story of a journey)
  • Usually LONG and uses Greek heroes, gods, and other feats of strength.
  • Homer’s Odyssey and Iliad are strong examples.
now guided practice
NOW…guided practice

Are these poems?

instructions
INSTRUCTIONS
  • Read the poem ALOUD at least 3 times in your groups.
  • Paraphrase the poem in your own words. Write your paraphrase on a separate piece of notebook paper.
  • Create a group poster with the following items:
    • Name and Author
    • Your assigned literary device and its definition
    • 2 Examples of the literary device from your poem.
    • Graphic representation, or drawing to represent your poem
indefinite pronouns
Indefinite Pronouns
  • Many of the artists (work/works) with sawdust, nails, and sand.
  • Someone in this group (is/ are) a jogger.
  • Either of those answers (is/are) correct.
  • Only one of the contestants (has/have) qualified.
  • Both of my parents (has/have) a job.
  • Someone (has/have) called you three times.
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Indefinite Pronouns
  • Many of the artists (work/works) with sawdust, nails, and sand.
  • Someone in this group (is/ are) a jogger.
  • Either of those answers (is/are) correct.
  • Only one of the contestants (has/have) qualified.
  • Both of my parents (has/have) a job.
  • Someone (has/have) called you three times.