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  1. Warm-up: 3 min. If you could talk to a beloved article of clothing, such as a pair of jeans or sneakers or a T-shirt, what might you say? If I could talk to ____________, I would say _______________. Also, I would ____________________. I might even tell ____________________________________. HW: BRING TEXTBOOKS

  2. English 2P: Agenda: Objectives: HW: BRING TEXTBOOKS Warm-up Ode C. notes Group reading Pair share TOD: class ode Students will be able to: Understand an ode finding poetic devices and taking C. notes

  3. “Ode to My Socks” by Pablo Neruda • Listen + write 3 facts about the author • Define ode (old: p. 497; new:p.562) • Find one simile: “…” (l. #) or (ll. #-#). • “two socks as soft/ as rabbits” (ll. 6-7) • “my feet seemed to me/ unacceptable/ like two decrepit/ firemen…” (ll. 37-40). • Find one metaphor: “…” (l. #) or (ll. #-#). • “my feet were/ two fish made/ of wool,” (ll. 18-20).

  4. Summary In the poem titled “_____________,” the poet, ________________ expresses his _________________. He uses an ode to (convey/communicate/describe ) ______________________________________ _______________________________________.

  5. Words that will help (w/ “Ode to Tomatoes”: • Unabated – adj – continual intensity/force • Benign – adj – harmless • Viscera – plural noun - internal organs • Inexhaustible – adj - tireless • Magnetism - noun - power to attract/fascinate • Convolution – noun – coiled or folded • Amplitude – noun – greatness in size or fullness

  6. Partners Pair share: “Ode to Tomatoes” (just parenthetical citations). • Simile: • (ll. 5-9) • Alliteration (hint: last five lines): • (l. 85) • Personification: • (ll. 28-29) • Imagery: • (ll. 52-55), (ll. 30-33)

  7. Ode to Our Class Develop 4+ of the following: (be funny, but not disrespectful). 1 – simile 2 – metaphor 3 – alliteration 4- personification 5 – imagery 6- hyperbole 7 - rhyme HW: BRING textbooks daily! HW: BRING TEXTBOOKS