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An integral part of the poem Consider every word (and any multiple meanings)
Put the poem into your own words Timed exam: only the rough parts
Find some of the meaning beyond the literal Check the title, the last line, the first line
What are the parts of the poem? visual (on the page) content (story/thought) temporal spatial
What is the tone of: the speaker the poet (twofold)
tone setting syntax diction speaker form (rhythm/rhyme)
What is the meaning of the poem—the comment on human existence? universal theological psychological social
The Art of Annotation Annotation is the ability to draw out key points of a text for future reference. We only retain 10% percent of what we read. Annotation.
TPCASTT Notes on Poetry Analysis Technique
Reader Response Journal
Inspired by Dead Poets Society
TPCASTT Poetry Analysis Technique
A tool for analyzing poetry
Poetry Analysis English I
TPFASTT T itle P araphrase F igurative Language A ttitude S hifts T itle T heme.
TP-CASTT Analysis How to Analyze Poetry.
Elements of Poetry.
HOW TO EXPLICATE A POEM.
The Art of Poetry Poetry has been defined as “heightened language,” as it is generally a very artistic use of language, which puts the language into verse.
Poetry --type of literature that uses the sounds, rhythms, and meanings of words to describe the world.
TYPES OF POETRY. NARRATIVE POEMS A Narrative Poem combines elements of fiction and poetry to tell a story Like short stories, they usually include characters,
TP-CASTT Poetry Analysis Understanding meaning and how technique enhances meaning.
Lesson 6H: Two Versions, One Narrative
© 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers Chapter 15: Reading in the Humanities and Arts Academic Reading, Fifth Edition by Kathleen.
7 Steps to Your Ultimate Success! Reading Poetry.
Poetry A Review.
Day 65 – Intro to Poetry/Drama
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