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February 19, 2013. 7-3 & 7-4. FIRST TIHNG YOU DO. . . Come in Quietly —Hope you had a great 4 day break! Sit in you’re new seat. Take out your vocabulary frayer models that are due today.-place your groups in 1 stack and one person in your group will turn them into the inbox.

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first tihng you do
FIRST TIHNG YOU DO. .

Come in Quietly—Hope you had a great 4 day break!

Sit in you’re new seat.

Take out your vocabulary frayer models that are due today.-place your groups in 1 stack and one person in your group will turn them into the inbox.

Please take out you ELA notebook, binder and something to write with.

fact vs fiction
Fact Vs. Fiction

Poetry must rhyme.

There are no rules to poetry

Poetry is never difficult to read or understand.

All poems contain a deep meaning.

Poems are always beautiful.

The purpose of all poetry is to express an emotion.

This will be collected.

essential questions
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

How does figurative language enhance a story or poems overall effect?

we must be able to
WE MUST BE ABLE TO. .

ELACC7RL4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama.

work session
WORK SESSION

Fact vs. Fiction Questions-Collect

Briefly Go over Writing Fair

Hand out Poetry worksheet.

Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySqyQAs1XtM

Go over rhyme, repetition, alliteration, rhyme scheme, rhyming couplet. (Metaphor, onomatopoeia, personification, simile and imagery should be reviews.)

Give notes worksheet for student to take notes on.

Students will individually read the 3 poems & complete the questions.

Students may begin working on writing for writing fair

review on sensory langauge
Review on Sensory Langauge

Simile: Comparing 2 unlike things USING the words LIKE or As

Metaphor: Comparing 2 unlike things that DOES NOT contain LIKE or AS

Personification: A description that gives human qualities to an animal, object or idea.

review on sensory langauge1
Review on Sensory Langauge

Form: The way a poems likes are laid out on the page. (length of lines: placement of lines or grouping of lines into stanzas.

Stanza: A group of 2 or more lines that form a unit in a poem. Stanzas may have the same number of lines or different number of lines.

Free Verse: Lines in poems that often flow more freely that those with a strict pattern of rhyme. They may sound more like everyday speech.

sound devices the special effects of poetry
Sound Devices-The Special Effects of Poetry

Rhyme-The repetition of sounds at the end of words, as in ME and SEE

Repetition- The use of a word, phrase, or line more than once.

Alliteration- The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words, such as the C in curvedcrook

rhyme
Rhyme

They came to tell your faults to me,

They named them over one by one;

I laughed aloud when they were done,

I knew them all so well before,--

Oh, they were blind, too blind to see

Your faults had made me love you more.

”Faults” By Sara Teasdale

--Notice how the rhyme in this poem helps to create a mood that is playful and upbeat, even though the poem addresses a serious subject.

repetition
Repetition

The use of a word, phrase, or line more than once.

How thin and sharp is the moon tonight!

How thin and sharp and ghostly white

Is the slim curved crook of the moon

tonight!

--Notice the repeated phrases help to emphasize the moon’s shape.

alliteration
Alliteration

The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words.

How thin and sharp is the moon tonight!

How thin and sharp and ghostly white

Is the slim curved crook of the moon

tonight!

--Notice the repeated phrases and the alliteration in the last line (curved crook) help to emphasize the moon’s shape.

alliteration examples
Alliteration Examples
  • Companies that use alliterations:
    • Coca-Cola, Best Buy, Dunkin’ Donuts, PayPal, Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Famous People that have alliterations in their name:
    • Mickey Mouse, Marilym Monroe, Donald Duck, Ronald Regan, SpongebobSquarepants, Lois Lane
rhyme scheme
Rhyme Scheme

A patter of END rhymes in a poem.

A rhyme scheme is noted by assigning a letter of the alphabet, beginning with a, to each line.

Lines that rhyme are given the same letter.

For example, lets look back at slide 10 to see the abbcac rhyme scheme.

rhyming couplet
Rhyming Couplet

A rhyming couplet is a type of rhyme scheme.

It is a stanza that consists of two rhyming lines.

The first line in a poem that uses rhyming couples would have an aa rhyme scheme.

read the poem scaffolding by seamus heaney
Read The Poem: “Scaffolding” By: Seamus Heaney

Pg. 129 in Interactive Reader

Circle the words in the first three stanzas that rhyme. Then note the rhyme scheme by lettering the lines with]sa’s, b’s and so on.

What is the name of this rhyme scheme?

Analyze: Put a check mark next to the stanzas that describe a building. Put an X by the stanzas that describe a relationship.

In your own words, tell how building a wall and establishing a relationship are similar.

read the poem the world is not a pleasant place to be by nikki giovanni
Read The Poem: “The World Is Not A Pleasant Place To Be” By: Nikki Giovanni

Pg: 130 Interactive Reader

What line contains an example of an alliteration?

Underline words and phrases that are repeated in this poem.

In your own words, tell what message this repetition helps communicate.

read the poem annabel lee by edgar allen poe
Read The Poem: “Annabel Lee” By: Edgar Allen Poe

Pg: 131 Interactive Reader

Underline the words repeated in line 7 and the words repeated in line 9.

What important idea does the repetition of these words emphasize?

According to the speaker, what did the angels do? Why?

Why might it be important for the speaker to believe this?

Line 27-33 using letters mark the rhyme scheme.

What feeling is created by rhyme, repetition, and rhythm of these lines?

closing
CLOSING

1st: Please turn in your poem packet

2nd: Ticket Out The Door!

Answer the following questions before you leave the room.

What is an alliteration? Give an example

What is a simile? Give an example

What is a metaphor? Give an example

What is personification? Give an example