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1 POETRY: Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips Remember:  Complete the “Learning Target” for today.  Answer in the space provided.  You will have 2 minutes for the Bell-Ringer.

2 Bell-Ringer: The first thing I do when coming to class is copy down my “Learning Target” for the day. a)True b)False 2.If I receive THREE “X”s in one week, I receive FIVE free points on any assignment. a)True b)False 3.The consumption of food-like products is now legal in Mr. Davis’s class: a)True b)False

3 Bell-Ringer: A word that imitates a noise or action. Example: “buzz.”1.A word that imitates a noise or action. Example: “buzz.” a)Alliterationa)Alliteration b)Assonanceb)Assonance c)Onomatopoeiac)Onomatopoeia 2.Compares two different things without using a word of comparison, such as “like” or “as.” a)Simile b)Metaphor c)Personification 3.One type of noun that you can see or touch.3.One type of noun that you can see or touch. a)Common b)Concrete c)Abstract

4 Exit Slip: Using the same consonant to start two or more stressed syllables in phrase or verse line. a)Alliterationa)Alliteration b)Assonanceb)Assonance c)Onomatopoeiac)Onomatopoeia 2.Exaggeration beyond reason—to be funny or to prove a point.2.Exaggeration beyond reason—to be funny or to prove a point. a)Simile b)Metaphor c)Hyperbole 3.A unit of lines grouped together. Similar to a paragraph in prose.3.A unit of lines grouped together. Similar to a paragraph in prose. a)Stanza b)Couplet c)Refrain

5 Bell-Ringer: The rhyming of a word with another in one or more of their accented vowels, but not in their consonants; sometimes called vowel rhyme. a)Alliterationa)Alliteration b)Assonanceb)Assonance c)Onomatopoeiac)Onomatopoeia 2.Compares two different things without using a word of comparison, such as “like” or “as.” a)Simile b)Metaphor c)Hyperbole 3.A figure of speech where the poet describes an abstraction, thing, or a non- human form as if it were a person. a)Personification b)Hyperbole c)Peoplefying

6 Exit Slip: Poetry that tells a story in verse form.1.Poetry that tells a story in verse form. a)Narrativea)Narrative b)Dramaticb)Dramatic c)Lyricc)Lyric 2.Poetry that tells a story using a character’s own thoughts or statements. a)Narrative b)Dramatic c)Lyric 3.A brief poem in which the poet expresses the feelings of a single speaker, creating a single effect on the reader. a)Narrative b)Dramatic c)Lyric

7 Bell-Ringer: A fourteen-line lyric poem with formal patterns of rhyme, rhythm, and line structure. a)Sonneta)Sonnet b)Haikub)Haiku c)Free Versec)Free Verse 2.A poem containing three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables2.A poem containing three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables a)Sonnet b)Haiku c)Free Verse 3.The repetition of identical or similar sounds in stressed syllables.3.The repetition of identical or similar sounds in stressed syllables. a)Rhyme b)Rhythm c)Stanza

8 Exit Slip: A stanza consisting of four lines.1.A stanza consisting of four lines. a)Terceta)Tercet b)Quatrainb)Quatrain c)Octetc)Octet 2.The repetition of one or more phrases or lines at certain intervals, usually at the end of each stanza. a)Rhythm b)Rhyme c)Refrain 3.The way a poet uses words, forms, or imagery to create an effect on the reader. a)Mood b)Tone c)Style

9 Bell-Ringer: A poem with no specific patterns of rhyme, rhythm, or structure.1.A poem with no specific patterns of rhyme, rhythm, or structure. a)Sonneta)Sonnet b)Haikub)Haiku c)Free Versec)Free Verse 2.A word or phrase repeated within a line or stanza.2.A word or phrase repeated within a line or stanza. a)Repetition b)Rhyme c)Rhyme Scheme 3.The pattern in which “end rhyme” occurs.3.The pattern in which “end rhyme” occurs. a)Repetition b)Rhyme c)Rhyme Scheme

10 Exit Slip: A word or object that has its own meaning and represents another word, object or idea. a)Mooda)Mood b)Toneb)Tone c)Symbolc)Symbol 2.The feeling a poem creates for its reader.2.The feeling a poem creates for its reader. a)Mooda)Mood b)Toneb)Tone c)Symbolc)Symbol 3.The attitude a poet takes towards his/her subject.3.The attitude a poet takes towards his/her subject. a)Mood b)Tone c)Style

11 Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips January Remember:  Complete the “Learning Target” for today.  Answer in the space provided.  You will have 2 minutes for the Bell-Ringer.

12 Bell-Ringer: A poem with no specific patterns of rhyme, rhythm, or structure.1.A poem with no specific patterns of rhyme, rhythm, or structure. a)Sonneta)Sonnet b)Haikub)Haiku c)Free Versec)Free Verse 2.A word or phrase repeated within a line or stanza.2.A word or phrase repeated within a line or stanza. a)Repetition b)Rhyme c)Rhyme Scheme 3.The pattern in which “end rhyme” occurs.3.The pattern in which “end rhyme” occurs. a)Repetition b)Rhyme c)Rhyme Scheme

13 Exit Slip: Which type of noun names a SPECIFIC person, place, or thing?1.Which type of noun names a SPECIFIC person, place, or thing? a)Commona)Common b)Concreteb)Concrete c)Properc)Proper 2.This type of pronoun points out specific people, places or things.2.This type of pronoun points out specific people, places or things. a)Demonstrativea)Demonstrative b)Interrogativeb)Interrogative c)Personalc)Personal 3.Which type of verb connects a subject to the predicate in a sentence? a)Action b)Linking c)Neither

14 Bell-Ringer: What type of noun can you not see or touch? It is an “idea.” a)Concrete b)Common c)Abstract 2.What type of pronoun points out or demonstrates? a)Reflexive b)Personal c)Demonstrative 3.How many pronouns are in the following sentence? When you go to the store, will you please get me some gum? a)One b)Two c)Three

15 Exit Slip: “Her eyes are like diamonds.” is an example of which poetic device?1.“Her eyes are like diamonds.” is an example of which poetic device? a)Similea)Simile b)Metaphorb)Metaphor c)Onomatopoeiac)Onomatopoeia 2.“The sky is a patchwork quilt.” is an example of which poetic device?2.“The sky is a patchwork quilt.” is an example of which poetic device? a)Simile b)Metaphor c)Personification 3.“The sea was angry that day, my friends.” is an example of which poetic device? a)Simile b)Metaphor c)Personification

16 Bell-Ringer: Which word means “to put off until a future time”?1.Which word means “to put off until a future time”? a)Defer b)Discerning c)Pensive 2.Which word means “ deeply or seriously thoughtful”?2.Which word means “deeply or seriously thoughtful”? a)Defer b)Discerning c)Pensive 3.Which word means “ having good judgment or understanding”? 3.Which word means “having good judgment or understanding”? a)Defer b)Discerning c)Pensive

17 Exit Slip: Which poet wrote “Dream Deferred”?1.Which poet wrote “Dream Deferred”? a)Jean de Spondea)Jean de Sponde b)Langston Hughesb)Langston Hughes c)William Wordsworthc)William Wordsworth 2.Which poet wrote “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”?2.Which poet wrote “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”? a)Jean de Spondea)Jean de Sponde b)Langston Hughesb)Langston Hughes c)William Wordsworthc)William Wordsworth 3.Which poet wrote “Meciendo/Rocking”?3.Which poet wrote “Meciendo/Rocking”? a)Jean de Spondea)Jean de Sponde b)Gabriela Mistralb)Gabriela Mistral c)William Wordsworthc)William Wordsworth

18 POETRY: Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips Remember:  Complete the “Learning Target” for today.  Answer in the space provided.  You will have 2 minutes for the Bell-Ringer.

19 Bell-Ringer: In “Dream Deferred,” the lines “Or crust and sugar over— / like a syrupy sweet?” are an example of which kind of figurative language? a.simile b.metaphor c.personification 2. What is the speaker in Gabriela Mistral's poem “Meciendo” doing? a.listening to the ocean's waves crash b.rocking her child c.praying by the sea 3. What figure of speech do these lines from “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” illustrate? “The waves beside them danced: but they Outdid the sparkling waves in glee.…” a.simile b.metaphor c.personification

20 Exit Slip: If you were in a pensive mood, how might a friend describe you? a.foolish b.practical c. thoughtful 2. If Elaine deferred her trip to India, what did she do? a.She planned her trip carefully. b.She paid for her trip in installments. c.She postponed her trip. 3. Which of the following best states the theme, or underlying message, of “Dreams”? a.Dreams allow people to live forever. b.People can be crippled by their dreams. c. A life without dreams is no life at all.

21 P OETRY P ACKET This marks the first entry in your “Poetry Packet.”This marks the first entry in your “Poetry Packet.” Just like with TKAM, you will take notes, answer questions, complete writing assignments, etc., and it is YOUR responsibility to keep up with your work. When we complete enough assignments, I will give you a “checklist” and you will submit your work. Your “Introduction to Poetry” worksheet is included in this packet.

22 V OCAB : P OETRY S ELECTION #1V OCAB : P OETRY S ELECTION #1 Copy down the following vocabulary terms. Use EACH one in a sentence (correctly). Copy down the following vocabulary terms. Use EACH one in a sentence (correctly). 1.Defer (v): put off until a future time.1.Defer (v): put off until a future time. 2.Pensive (adj): deeply or seriously thoughtful2.Pensive (adj): deeply or seriously thoughtful 3.Discerning (adj): having good judgment or understanding 4.Preliminaries (n): steps or events before a main event

23 P OETRY S ELECTION #1P OETRY S ELECTION #1 1.Langston Hughes: “Dream Deferred” & “Dreams” 2.William Wordsworth: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” 3.Gabriela Mistral: “Meciendo/Rocking” 4.Jean de Sponde: “Sonnets on Love XIII”

24 R ESPOND : P OETRY S ELECTION #1 Answer each of the following questions regarding the first selection of poems. Be sure to answer in COMPLETE sentences (restate the question in your answer!). 1.Which of these poems affected you the most, and WHY? Answer in 2-3 COMPLETE sentences. 2.In Hughes’s “Dream Deferred,” and/or “Dreams” identify one SIMILE and one METAPHOR. To what is the poet comparing these things? (3 sentences). 3.What are the “natural sights” (or things you would see in nature) that are described in Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” and Mistral’s “Meciendo/Rocking”? Answer in 2 sentences. 4.In de Sponde’s “Sonnets on Love XIII,” to what does the speaker compare his love? What do you think this says about the speaker’s feelings? Answer in 2-3 sentences. 5.Provide AT LEAST three examples of PERSONIFICATION from the selection of poems. Answer in 3 complete sentences.


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