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Unit 4 A garden of poems. 崖. 屋檐如悬 风铃如沧 我等燕归 时间被安 演一场意 你悄然走 故事在城 浓雾散不 看不清对 你听不出 风声不存 是我在感. 海. 来. 开. 排. 外. 外. 白. 开. 来. 在. 慨. poetry. poem. What is the earliest poetry in China?. 朱门酒肉臭,路有冻死骨。. Li qingzhao. Du Fu.

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Unit 4 A garden of poems

屋檐如悬 风铃如沧 我等燕归时间被安 演一场意 你悄然走故事在城 浓雾散不 看不清对你听不出 风声不存 是我在感

poetry

poem

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Scan:

Main ideas:

A look on Chinese poetry.

The characters of poetry.

The 19th century English poets.

Modern English poets.

Why more people are interested in English poetry.

Early English poets.

The introduction of English poetry into China.

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Divide the text into four parts

Match main idea with each part

(1)

Part1

Part2

Part3

Part4

History of English poetry

Poems and literature can

be bridges

(2)

(3&4&5)

Chinese poetry and poets

(6&7)

Brief introduction to poetry

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Intensive reading :

Part.1 Why?

bring… together

poetry

play with …

calls up…

colours, feelings….

experiences…..images…

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Feelings?

Images?

静夜思

窗前明月光,

疑是地上霜。

举头望明月,

低头思故乡。

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Part2:

What are the important features that all good Chinese poetry shares?

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The form :

  • the number of

lines

characters

rhythm

2. Special

rhyme

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静夜思

窗前明月 ,

疑是地上 。

举头望明 ,

低头思故 。

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A Tranquil Night

A bed, I see a silver light,

I wonder if it’s frost aground.

Looking up. I find the moon bright;

Bowing , in homesickness I’m drowned.

静夜思

窗前明月光,

疑是地上霜。

举头望明月,

低头思故乡。

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A Spring Morning

This morn of spring in bed I’m lying,

Not woke up till I hear birds crying.

After one night of wind and showers,

How many are the fallen flowers.

春晓

春眠不觉晓,处处闻啼鸟。

夜来风雨声,花落知多少。

孟浩然

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On the Stork Tower

The mountain is eating away the setting sun;

Going seawards the Yellow River is on the

run.

If you desire to have a good and boundless

sight,

Come to the upper storey, by climbing one

more flight.

登鹳雀楼

白日依山尽,黄河入海流。

欲穷千里目,更上一层楼。

王之涣

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Part.3

A timeline

John Milton

Alexander Pope

John Donne

1600

1700

1800

1900

2000

George G. Byron

John Keats

Robert Frost

William Shakespeare

William Wordsworth

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The history of English poetry(part3)

William Shakespeare

sonnets

John Donne

John Milton

his using of surprising images

the absence of rhyme

Alexander Pope

John Keats

William Wordsworth

Gordon Byron

sonnets and long poems

nature poems

Isles of Greece

modern poems stand

closest to us

Robert Frost

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Sonnet 18

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?Thou art more lovely and more temperate:Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,And summer's lease hath all too short a date:Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,And often is his gold complexion dimmed;And every fair from fair sometime declines,

By chance, or nature's changing course, untrimmed;But thy eternal summer shall not fade,Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st;Nor shall Death brag thou wander’st in his shade,When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st;So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see,So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

我愿把你比做宜人的夏日,

但比起夏日你更温暖更可爱。

夏日的狂风时而会摧败那娇嫩的蓓蕾,

而那美丽的季节总太过吝啬她珍贵的时光。

夏日的焦阳时而炙热耀眼,

而他金色的面容又时常暗淡无光。

就像一切美好的事物都会褪去他美丽的资质,

随着生命的法则或自然的变迁而慢慢流逝;

但你我的盛夏却永不枯竭,

时间难以带走你灵魂里的美丽,

死神无法夺去你生命中的光明,

因为在我的诗中你就是永恒的时间和神明。

只要人类尚未消亡双目不瞑 呼吸尚存

我的诗就会千古流传并带给你无尽的永生。

十四行诗(十八)

William Shakespeare(1564-1616)

sonnets

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What did the poet want to describe in this poem?

A His lover’s beauty.

B A summer’s day.

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his use of surprising images

What’s the characteristic of his poetry?

John Milton(1608-1674)

Why did his work become famous?

the absence of rhyme

John Donne(1572-1631)

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John Keats(1795-1821)

William Wordsworth

(1770-1850)

sonnets and long poems

Gordon Byron

(1788-1824)

Which poems of them are popular?

nature poems

Isles of Greece

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Guo Moruo(1892-1978)

1910-1930

Lu Xun(1881-1936)

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Part. 4

More and more people are interested to read modern

poetry in English

Why

  • 1.More choice

2.Open the door to finding new ways

of expressing yourself in Chinese.

3.Bridges between the East and the

West ( understand...better )

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Further-understanding

If a poem is translated into another language, is it still the same poem? What will happen?

Something of the spirit of the original works is lost.

rhyme

rhythm

figures of speech

etc.

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A Tranquil Night

A bed, I see a silver light,

I wonder if it’s frost aground.

Looking up. I find the moon bright;

Bowing , in homesickness I’m drowned.

静夜思

窗前明月 ,

疑是地上 。

举头望明 ,

低头思故 。

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细枝末节题:

  • Which is the correct order of time about the following
  • English poets?
  • A. Shakespeare Alexander Pope John Donne
  • B. John Donne Alexander Pope John Keats
  • C. William Wordsworth George Gordon Byron
  • John Milton
  • D. John Milton Robert Frost
  • George Gordon Byron
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细枝末节题:

2. When did modern English came into being?

A. Towards the end of the 16th century.

B. In the 18th century.

C. Towards the end of the 19th century.

D. Between 1910 and the late 1930s.

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细枝末节题:

3. Whose poems do NOT have rhythm at the end

of each line?

A. Wangwei’s

B. Shakespeare’s

C. Sudongpo’s

D. John Milton’s

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主旨大意题:

4. What’s the main idea of this text?

A. Poetry is a good bridge to connect the

East with the West .

B. Different periods of English poems.

C. Modern poems of English.

D. Differences between Chinese and English

poetry.

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推理判断题:

5. Which group of poets did NOT come from the

Same country?

A. Li Bai, Wang Wei, and Su Dongpo.

B. William Wordsworth,Robert Frost,

Shakespeare

C. John Keats , John Donne , John Milton

D. George Gordon Byron , Shakespeare

and John Keats

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Consolidation

As we know, poetry is________to write, but__________and funny

to read. The poetry can bring us to share the_______with the people

living long time ago and enjoy the scenes in foreign countries.

It is said that poems and literature serve as_______between the East

and the West. Poetry is a form of_________. It often_______ special

patterns of rhythm and rhyme. In China, poetry has a______history,

with a lot of great poets while the history of English poetry is quite

________. Yet, there are a lot of household names as well, such as

Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Byron and Shelley. The ___________of

English poetry to China came in the late _____century, Lu Xun and

Guo Morou_______an important role in bringing English poetry and

literature to China, from which we have benefited a lot since then.

difficult

interesting

feelings

bridges

literature

follows

long

short

introduction

19th

played

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Discussion:

Are poems good for our life?What can weget frompoems?

1. Poems bring passion (激情) to our life.

2. Poems help us to understand life, virtues, beauty and romance…

3. Poems make us know, we are here,we can make our life and the world more colorful!

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Homework:

  • Find some English poems, read them and try to understand them.
  • Explain the short poem by Mu Dan at the end of the text in your own words.
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Bye-bye

THANK YOUfor listening and participation