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Bellringer — For review only! . The underlying rhythm of a poem is called its _ _ _ _ _. Meter is divided into different metrical _ _ _ _ (the opposite of hands!) . . Bellringer — For review only! . 3. A metrical foot has either _ _ _ or three syllables.

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bellringer for review only
Bellringer— For review only!
  • The underlying rhythm of a poem is called its _ _ _ _ _.
  • Meter is divided into different metrical _ _ _ _ (the opposite of hands!).
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Bellringer— For review only!

3. A metrical foot has either _ _ _ or three syllables.

4. Feet have either unstressed syllables or

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ syllables.

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Bellringer— For review only!

5. There are ten syllables in each line of a _ _ _ _ _ _.

6. Since sonnets are written in iambs, the meter for a sonnet is called iambic

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

ap literature and composition

AP Literature and Composition

“It’s a ‘Trying to Remember Meter’ Tuesday!”

March 6, 2012

Mr. Houghteling

agenda
AGENDA
  • Review Bellringer
  • Reviewing meaning in Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18.”
  • “The White House” by Claude McKay
the white house
“The White House”
  • Think of the phrase, “The White House.”
  • For 3-4 minutes, write down any images, connotations, or meanings that come to mind when you think of “The White House.”
homework
HOMEWORK
  • Complete the meter handout for Claude McKay’s “The White House.”