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Friday, October 22, 2010 Free Write Friday!!!. Write…… Write….. Write…..WRITE…. . Friday, October 22, 2010 Free Write Friday!!!. T P C A S T T. Here’s a list of the types of poems we’ve created:. Couplet. Acrostic. Alliteration . Haiku. Diction. Allusion. Style. Imagery .

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Free Write Friday!!!

Write…… Write….. Write…..WRITE….

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Free Write Friday!!!

T

P

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A

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Here’s a list of the types of poems we’ve created:

Couplet

Acrostic

Alliteration

Haiku

Diction

Allusion

Style

Imagery

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Free Verse Friday!!!

T

P

C

A

S

T

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Here’s a list of the works we’ve covered over the last three weeks:

“Beware: Do Not Read This Poem”

“The Sea”

“The Witch”“To An Athlete Dying Young”“Because I Could Not Stop for Death”“Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”“Mirror”“I Am Music”“Me Against the World”

Here’s a list of the types of poems we’ve created:

Hyperbole

Diction

Couplet

Allusion

S

I

F

T

Acrostic

Alliteration

Style

Haiku

Imagery

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Free Verse Friday!!!

  • Free Verse
  • Although there aren’t any rules to the FREE VERSE, I selected a few parts that must be included:
  • Stanzas
  • Metaphors and/or similes
  • Imagery
  • Alliteration
  • Onomatopoeia (Optional)
  • Strong tone and
  • Any other literary device that will enhance your writing!

Using the above devices, create an original poem.

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

PLEASE, TTHL!!!

Create one sentence with the following sentence parts:

one independent clause,

a conjunction

dependent clause

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

PLEASE, TTHL!!!

1a. With devil-may-care eyes a long

humorous nose

b. Mr. Mick Malloy

c. Tall cashier with a dignified face

d. a nice sort of fellow

e. tall, young secret gambler

f. a gentlemanly bank clerk

g. became Mr. Malloy

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

PLEASE, TTHL!!!

Mr. Mick Malloy, tall, young secret gambler with devil-may-care eyes and a long humorous nose, became Mr. Malloy, tall cashier with a dignified face, a gentlemanly bank clerk, a nice sort of fellow.

Brian Moore, The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Quick Write #38

“Poetry gives you permission to feel.”

James Autry

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Five examples of the poet’s writing

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

  • Haiku
  • It is a form of Japanese poetry dating back nearly a thousand years.
  • Rules
    • Must focus on nature: sun, moon, fire, water, etc.
    • Must employ imagery.
    • Must have 3 lines
      • Five syllables
      • Seven syllables
      • Five syllables
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Thursday, October 21, 2010

  • Haiku
  • It is a form of Japanese poetry dating back nearly a thousand years.
    • The old pond; A morning glory
    • A frog jumps in: Twined round the bucket:
    • Sound of water. I will ask my neighbor for water.
    • Matuso Basho Chiyo
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Happy Birthday Uncle Michael!!!

Using the following sentence parts,

unscramble them to create 1 sentence. Underline the appositive phrase.

1a. Went over to Tom Willy’s saloon

b. In the late afternoon

c. Will Henderson

d. And the editor of the Eagle

e. owner

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

In the late afternoon Will Henderson, owner and editor of the Eagle, went over to Tom Willy’s saloon.

Sherwood Anderson “Winesburg, Ohio”

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Quick Write #37

“Poetry is music written for the human soul.”

Maya Angelou

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Couplet- A stanza of two rhyming lines. Couplets are most famous in Shakespearean Sonnets. They are the last two lines.

Example:

So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

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Shall I compare thee to a Summer’s day?

Sonnet #18

Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And Summer's lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And oft' is his gold complexion dimm'd; And every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance or nature's changing course untrimm'd: But thy eternal Summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest; Nor shall Death brag thou wanderest in his shade, When in eternal lines to time thou growest:

So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Happy Birthday Mom!!!

Using the following sentence parts,

unscramble them to create 1 sentence. Underline the appositive phrase.

1a. And the jingle of trace

b. Was louder

c. Drag of brakes

d. The sound of the approaching grain teams

e. thud of big hooves on hard ground

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The sound of the approaching grain teams was louder, thud of big hooves on hard ground, drag of brakes, and the jingle of trace chains.

John Steinbeck “Of Mice and Men”

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Quick Write #36

“Poetry is a conversation with the world…”

Naomi Nye

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Review- HW

  • “To An Athlete Dying Young”
  • A) Find the following examples within “To An Athlete Dying Young”
  • Alliteration (5) Lines 1, 5, 8,19, 22
  • Metaphors (4) Lines 8, 10, 13, 19
  • Oxymoron (1) Line 14
  • Simile (1) Line 12
  • Theme
  • B) Complete poetry analysis- S.I.F.T
  • For T, use tone only
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Monday, October 18, 2010

Using the following sentence parts,

unscramble them to create 1 sentence. Underline the appositive phrase.

1a. Struggled as usual

b. A sort of mask she wore all

over her body

c. To maintain her calm, composed, friendly bearing

d. She

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Monday, October 18, 2010

She struggled as usual to maintain her calm,

composed, friendly bearing, a sort of mask she wore all over her body.

D. H. Lawrence. “The Blind Man”

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Quick Write #35

“The job of the poet is to tell the truth no matter what.”

M.S. Harper

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Acrostic Poem

Happiness in music

Inspires my song

Pulses like my heart

Hot lyrics

On in the morning and when I go to bed

Praise for the music that plays in my head

Share your Acrostic Poem

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Alliteration- is a practice of beginning several consecutive or neighboring words with the same sounds.

example: “The twisting trout twinkled below.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

“I’m the Ladies Love, legend in leather

Long and lean, and I don’t wear pleather…”

LL Cool J

“Peter Piper picked peppers

But Run rocked rhymes…”

Run DMC

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Oxymoron- a form of paradox that combines a pair of

opposite terms into a single unusual expression.

example: Fantasia’s new jam…

“Bitter Sweet”

Paradox- statement contradicts itself

example: “Much madness is divinest sense.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

  • A) Find the following examples within “To An Athlete Dying Young”
  • Alliteration (5)
  • Metaphors (4)
  • Oxymoron (1)
  • Simile (1)
  • Tone
  • B) Complete poetry analysis- S.I.F.T
  • For T, use tone only
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FRIDAY, October 15, 2010

Quick Write #34

Freedom Friday!!! Freedom Friday!!! Freedom Friday!!!

Khaki Pants $15.99 Polo Shirt $10.99

Belt $5.99

Air Force Ones $99.99

Sponge Bob Backpack $15.99

Three-ring binder $2.99

Pack of dividers $1.99

Notebook paper $1.00

Composition Notebook $1.99

Pack of pencils $2.00

Your thoughts on paper Priceless

Talk is cheap!!! Be about it by writing about it!!!

poetry

Poetry

Acrostic

da mic
Da Mic

Dedicated to an

Audience &

Motivating

Individualsby

Capturingtheir attention.

thursday october 14 2010
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Week 2 # 1 and #3

  • Carl drove across the Mississippi river to pettibone park and swam their irregardless of a sign warning about high pollution.
  • Because of the heavy rains over several years the level of lake erie raised to a dangerous point many homes along the shore was threatened by erosion.
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Thursday, October 14 2010

Quick Write #33

“To have great poets, there must be great audiences too.” Walt Whitman

SAT Quiz tomorrow

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Wednesday, October 13 2010

Quick Write #32

“A poem is never finished only abandoned.” Valery

Have your SAT homework prepared.

Homework and Chart

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

  • several of the unique paintings was exhibited at the metropolitan museum of art before being sent on a world wide tour
  • irregardless of the outcome of this contest no one especially a youngster should be made to feel like a loser
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several of the unique paintings was exhibited at the metropolitan museum of art before being sent on a world wide tour

  • irregardless of the outcome of this contestno one especially a youngster should be made to feel like a loser
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Tuesday, October 11 2010

Quick Write #31

“Poetry is what gets lost in translation.” Robert Frost

beware do not read this poem
“Beware: Do Not Read This Poem”

tonite, thriller was abt an ol woman , so vain she surrounded herself w/   many mirrors

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it got so bad that finally she locked herself indoors & her whole life became the           mirrors

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one day the villagers broke into her house , but she was too swift for them . she disappeared           into a mirror each tenant who bought the house after that , lost a loved one to           the ol woman in the mirror :           first a little girl           then a young woman           then the young woman/s husband

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the hunger of this poem is legendary it has taken in many victims back off from this poem it has drawn in yr feet back off from this poem it has drawn in yr legs

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back off from this poem it is a greedy mirror you are into the poem . from          the waist down nobody can hear you can they ? this poem has had you up to here           belch this poem aint got no manners you cant call out frm this poem relax now & go w/ this poem

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move & roll on to this poem do not resist this poem this poem has yr eyes this poem has his head this poem has his arms this poem has his fingers this poem has his fingertips

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statistic : the us bureau of missing persons re-          ports that in 1968 over 100,000 people           disappeared leaving no solid clues           nor trace     only a space     in the lives of their friends

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Beware: Do Not Read This Poem

Title:

Paraphrase:

Connotation/Figurative Language:

Attitude:

Shift

Title revisited:

Theme:

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

  • prof whitcomb larson the renowned anthropologist has gave many lectures that are now available in his book the lost civilization
  • in an attempt to trim the vines on our house my ankle was sprained when i fell off the ladder
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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Quick Write #30

When is going back moving forward?

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prof whitcomb larson the renowned anthropologist has gave many lectures that are now available in his book the lost civilization

  • in an attempt to trim the vines on our house my ankle was sprained when i fell off the ladder
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prof whitcomb larson the renowned anthropologist has gave many lectures that are now available in his book the lost civilization

  • in an attempt to trim the vines on our house my ankle was sprained when i fell off the ladder
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

  • Identify the clauses…
  • who did you ask about the interpretation of the poem ulysses jerry asked since your version is different ms lamers
  • i think brian could of broke the schools record but he fouled out 6 minutes into the last quarter
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Identify the clauses…

  • who did you ask about the interpretation of the poem ulysses jerry asked since your version is different ms lamers
  • i think brian could of broke the schools record but he fouled out 6 minutes into the last quarter
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

3 Minutes to Write -2 Minutes to Discuss

Quick Write # 29

“Poetry is….”

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Dissect the sentence… Nouns, verbs, phrases, clauses…

my friend hes the man wearing the dark coat don’t like to ski but he does like to skate

on january 10 1988 mr burns the principle of hammond high school dedicated it’s new wing

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Monday, October 4, 2010

3 Minutes to Write -2 Minutes to Discuss

Quick Write # 28

“Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood.”

- T.S. Eliot

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

T- Title (without reading the poem)

P- Paraphrase

C(F)- Connotation/Figurative Language

A- Attitude (The author’s tone)

S- Shifts (Change)

T- Title (Revisit the title after reading the poem)

T- Theme

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Title

The meaning of the title without reference to the poem.

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Paraphrase

Put the poem, line by line, in your own words.

DO NOT READ INTO THE POEM.

Only read on surface level (Level 1 Reading)

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Connotation/Figurative Language

(Level 3 Reading)

Diction and symbolism

Imagery

Metaphors and similes

Rhyme scheme

End rhymes and internal rhymes

End stop

Alliteration

Assonance

Consonance

Mood

Allusions

Punctuation

Personification

figurative language
Figurative Language

Language layered with meaning by word images and figures of speech, as opposed to literal language

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Attitude

Looking for the author’s tone. How is the writer speaking?

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Shifts

Looking for shifts in tone, action, and rhythm.

Discuss how the shift(s) affects the poem?

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Title

Reevaluate the title as it pertains to the poem

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Applying TPCASTT To Poetry/Literature

Theme

What does the poem mean?

What is it saying?

How does it relate to life?