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  1. 1-Month Unit: Day 8

  2. Agenda: • Do Now: Identify the poetic devices! • Cornell Notes: Poem structure • Guided practice: Identify and analyze the poems • Independent practice: Write your own poem!

  3. Do Now Directions: Pick an image and imagine that you were standing in the middle of it. Describe the scene to someone who wasn’t there and include any sounds that you hear,things you see, and what you are thinking.

  4. Today’s Objectives • SW • identify, define, and analyze the use of rhyme scheme and poetic structure • write their own original poems using poetic devices and following a ?specific structure.

  5. Notes: Poem Structure Details Questions&KeyWords • In stanzas and lines. • Eachstanza can be about a different topic that relates to the overall meaning of the poem. How are poems typically organized? Quick review: What is a stanza? Quick review: What is a line?

  6. Details Questions&KeyWords • Poem structure is a poem’s organization. •  Poems can have many different types of organizational patterns. What is poem structure? •  A haiku is a specific type of poem with a certain structure. •  Each line is organized by a certain number of syllables. •  A syllable is a beat. A haiku Why is it important for poems to have a structure?

  7. Try your own haiku! [5-7-5] _________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _________________________________________

  8. Woman Work by Maya Angelou I've got the children to tendThe clothes to mendThe floor to mopThe food to shopThen the chicken to fryThe baby to dryI got company to feedThe garden to weedI've got shirts to pressThe tots to dressThe can to be cutI gotta clean up this hutThen see about the sickAnd the cotton to pick. Shine on me, sunshineRain on me, rainFall softly, dewdropsAnd cool my brow again. Let's analyze a poem and its structure! Storm, blow me from hereWith your fiercest windLet me float across the sky'Til I can rest again. Fall gently, snowflakesCover me with whiteCold icy kisses andLet me rest tonight. Sun, rain, curving skyMountain, oceans,leaf and stoneStar shine, moon glowYou're all that I can call my own. Directions: Let’s read the poem by Maya Angelou together and analyze each stanza to see how she organized her poem.

  9. Time to Analyze! Woman Work by Maya Angelou I've got the children to tendThe clothes to mendThe floor to mopThe food to shopThen the chicken to fryThe baby to dryI got company to feedThe garden to weedI've got shirts to pressThe tots to dressThe can to be cutI gotta clean up this hutThen see about the sickAnd the cotton to pick. What is stanza 1 about?

  10. Shine on me, sunshineRain on me, rainFall softly, dewdropsAnd cool my brow again. What is stanza 2about? Storm, blow me from hereWith your fiercest windLet me float across the sky'Til I can rest again. • What is stanza 3about? Fall gently, snowflakesCover me with whiteCold icy kisses andLet me rest tonight. • What is stanza 4about? Sun, rain, curving skyMountain, oceans,leaf and stoneStar shine, moon glowYou're all that I can call my own. • What is stanza 5 about?

  11. What is the overall meaning of the poem?

  12. Past, Present, and Future by Sean G. Being left alone, free to do whatever I want at an early age, life was interesting but scary, back in these days. Depending on my wants, instead of my needs, come bad deeds, guns, and weed. Once being left alone now has me suffering on my own. But growing up will be different, for the simple fact that I’m grown, I will still be on my own But never left alone. • I see a successful old man, • that turned an inch to a mile, • and the experiences I had as a child, • had me on trial and had me going wild, • but I’m more of a man to the next man, • because I gained growth through experience. On your own! Directions: Read the poem and in the boxes to the side on your handout, identify the topic of each stanza and analyze it for its meaning.

  13. NOW: Create your own poem! • Organize your poem today by idea. Each of the following must be at least one stanza, so your poem will have at least 4 stanzas. • 1st part: about baby/childhood • 2nd part: about being a teenager • 3rd part: about being an adult • 4th part: about old age • You must include at least one of the poetic devices we have learned so far this unit! Alliteration Imagery Onomatopoeia Personification • Metaphor Symbolism The theme of your poem is your life through various stages! You must use at least one poetic device in your poem! (You can always use MORE!) Your poem must be at least 4 stanzas long. SHARE OUT!! After 10 minutes, we will...

  14. Wrap it up! 1. How are poems usually organized? 2. Why do poems need structure? 3. What is a haiku? 4. How can you analyze a poem by looking at its structure?