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1 Structures, Forms, Genres and Rhyme Scheme

2 The structure used in poems varies with different types of poetry. The structural elements include the line, couplet, and stanza. visual effect of a finished poem. The structure of many different types of poetry result in groups of lines on the page which enhance the poem's composition.

3  Poetry is often separated into lines, may be based on the number of metrical feet, or may emphasize a rhyming pattern at the ends of lines  Lines can separate, compare or contrast thoughts expressed in different units, or can highlight a change in tone  COUPLET (TWO)TRIPLET(THREE) QUATRAIN(FOUR)

4  SONNET  HAIKU  ODE  FREE VERSE

5  Sonnet, which by the 13th century was a poem of fourteen lines following a set rhyme scheme and logical structure.  The sonnet's conventions have changed over its history, and so there are several different sonnet forms.  Sonnets are particularly associated with love poetry, and often use a poetic diction heavily based on vivid imagery  Shakespeare's sonnets are among the most famous in English poetry. Shakespeare's sonnets

6  Haiku is a popular form of unrhymed Japanese poetry,  Generally written in a single vertical line, the haiku contains three sections, structured in a pattern.

7  Odes were first developed by poets writing in ancient Greek  The ode generally has three parts: a strophe, an antistrophe, and an epode.stropheantistrophe epode  Odes are often intended to be recited or sung

8  Form of poetry that does not use consistent meter patterns, rhyme, or any other musical pattern. It thus tends to follow the rhythm of natural speech.poetry meterrhyme  a poet can still use them to create some sense of structure.  Because of a lack of predetermined form, free verse poems have the potential to take truly unique shapes.

9  Narrative  Epic  Dramatic  Satirical  Lyric  Elegy  Verse Fable  Prose  Speculative

10  Narrative- tells a story, appeals to human interest, may be the oldest genre.  Epic- lengthy poems concerning events of a heroic or important nature to the culture of the time. It recounts, in a continuous narrative, the life and works of a heroic or mythological person or group of persons.heroic mythological  Dramatic- drama written in verse to be spoken or sungdramaverse

11  Satirical- vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, and society itself, into improvement  Lyric- does not attempt to tell a story but instead is of a more personal nature. Rather than depicting characters and actions, it portrays the poet's own feelings, states of mind, and perceptionspersonalcharactersfeelingsstates of mindperceptions

12  Elegy- A mournful, melancholy or plaintive poem, especially a lament for the dead or a funeral song, may also reflect something that seems to the author to be strange or mysteriouslamentfuneral  Verse Fable- The fable is an ancient literary genre. It is a succinct story that features anthropomorphized animals, plants, inanimate objects, or forces of nature that illustrate a moral lessonliterary genre anthropomorphized

13  Prose- looks in form more like a short story than a poem but preserving poetic qualities such as heightened imagery and emotional effects  Speculative- deals thematically with subjects which are 'beyond reality‘ as in science fictionscience fiction

14  pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song. It is usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme; lines designated with the same letter all rhyme with each other. In other words, it is the pattern of end rhymes or lines.poem songlettersrhyme  Bid me to weep, and I will weepA  While I have eyes to see;B  And having none, and yet I will keepA  A heart to weep for thee.B

15  Your quiz Friday will include questions on everything covered today as well as annotation (covered last week).  I will be checking your interactive notebooks tomorrow. Your table of contents must be complete and all notes present. If you were absent on a day we had notes it is your responsibility to make sure they are completed.


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