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1 TPCASTT LESSON SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

2 DO NOW: REVIEW TPCASTT SHEET HW DUE: CONTRACT HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 1 and Ch. 2 of The great gatsby by Monday. Go to web and read the introduction to gg powerpoint. Write down 5 facts from ppt. SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

3 TPCASTT STRATEGY THIS STRATEGY IS GOING TO HELP YOU ANALYZE A POEM. SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

4 “ELLIS ISLAND” POEM T= TITLE PREDICTION MAKE A PREDICTION ABOUT THE POEM BASED ON THE TITLE...BEYOND THE OBVIOUS. QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF: HAVE YOU EVER VISITED ELLIS ISLAND” HAVE YOU LEARNED ABOUT ELLIS ISLAND? SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

5 LET’S DO THE P IN TPCASTT Paraphrase means to put it into your own words. I sometimes do it by stanza, or every few lines. Write now turn and talk to your partner ROW 1: PUT LINES 1-7 IN YOUR OWN WORDS ROW 2: PUT LINES 8-13 IN YOUR OWN WORDS ROW 3: PUT LINES IN YOUR OWN WORDS ROW 4: PUT LINES IN YOUR OWN WORDS SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

6 REVIEW What does connotative (connotation) language mean? The association and emotional overtones attached to a word beyond its literal definition What does the word convey/suggest? What does denotative (denotation) language mean? The exact literal definition of a word. LET’S DO THE C IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

7 WHAT DOES CONNOTATIVE LANGUAGE LOOK LIKE IN A POEM Metaphor Simile Personification Imagery Hyperbole Symbolism THEY ALL FALL UNDER FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO “FIGURE IT OUT” TO FIND MEANING SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

8 LOOK FOR CONNOTATIVE LANGUAGE ROW 1: LINES 1-7 ROW 2: LINES 8-13 ROW 3: LINES ROW 4: LINES LET’S DO THE C IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

9 WE CAN DO THIS ONE TOGETHER. A IS FOR ATTITUDE. WHAT IS THE TONE OF THE AUTHOR IN THE POEM? HOW DOES THE POET FEEL ABOUT THE SUBJECT OF “ELLIS ISLAND?” LET’S DO THE A IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

10 THE “S” IS A QUICK ONE…SIMPLE QUESTION DOES THE ATTITUDE OF THE AUTHOR CHANGE/SHIFT, WHERE, WHY, HOW? LET’S DO THE S IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

11 THE “S” IS A QUICK ONE…SIMPLE QUESTION DOES THE ATTITUDE OF THE AUTHOR CHANGE/SHIFT, WHERE, WHY, HOW? LET’S DO THE S IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

12 GOING BACK TO OUR THEME LESSON… WHAT IS ONE WORD, TWO WORDS THAT EMBODY THE CENTRAL IDEA, MAIN MESSAGE IN THIS POEM? LET’S DO THE T IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

13 ALMOST DONE!!!! LET’S GO BACK TO OUR ORIGINAL T PREDICTION, WAS YOU R PREDICTION ACCURATE? DID IT HELP GUIDE YOU AS YOU READ THE POEM? NOW…YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE TPCASTT!!!! LET’S DO THE LAST T IN TPCASTT SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM

14 EXIT ACTIVITY WHAT IS TPCASTT? DID YOU LIKE USING IT? WHY, OR WHY NOT? DO YOU HAVE THIS STRATEGY DOWN, OR DO YOU NEED MORE REVIEW? SWBAT APPLY THE TPCASTT STRATEGY IN ANALYZING A POEM


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