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choose 6 words from the box below to create an image

CHOOSE 6 WORDS FROM THE BOX BELOW TO CREATE AN IMAGE :

a afternoon age all and as beauty brown but by clay dropping falling fell Flemish for from gallant I in lay leaves like multitude no noon now of on or out pestilence rode saw silently sky slain slowly snowflakes still strewed the their them thence they thickly thinking to today tree wandered when which whirled whistling wind wiping withering

Create another

If you have

time

in pairs discuss your images
In pairs, discuss your images:
  • What idea do they express?

DOES THE READER GET THE IDEA THE WRITER INTENDED?

  • Which word types [word classes e.g. adverb] carry the most imagery?

WHICH OF THOSE WORD CLASSES HAVE YOU USED?

  • Choose one image to share with the class.
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LESSON AIM:To discover how applying imagination helps us to read imageswhich in turn helps us understand poetry
discuss
DISCUSS
  • What was your first impression? Did you modify that in any way?
  • How did you decide what to think, feel and imagine? Where did you find the clues?
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DISCUSS
  • What was your first impression? Did you modify that in any way?
  • How did you decide what to think, feel and imagine? Where did you find the clues?
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DISCUSS
  • What was your first impression? Did you modify that in any way?
  • How did you decide what to think, feel and imagine? Where did you find the clues?
apply imagination make a link
Apply imagination: make a link

Write only one

sentence!

link these images into a poem using the words given in any combination
Link these images into a poem using the words given in any combination.

Tip: remember, structure carries meaning in poetry;

Think about order, punctuation etc

the falling leaves
‘The Falling Leaves’

November 1915

Today, as I rode by,

I saw the brown leaves dropping from their tree

In a still afternoon,

When no wind whirled them whistling to the sky,

But thickly, silently,

They fell, like snowflakes wiping out the noon;

And wandered slowly thence

For thinking of a gallant multitude

Which now all withering lay,

Slain by no wind or age of pestilence,

But in their beauty strewed

Like snowflakes falling on the Flemish clay.

Margaret Postgate Cole (1893-1980)

how does the central image convey the message of the poem
HOW DOES THE CENTRAL IMAGE CONVEY THE MESSAGE OF THE POEM?
  • What thinking strategy would you use to answer this question?