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Lesson 11 Sing with the Poets. About Poems Content 元素 -Rhyming Words 尾韻 -Alliteration 頭韻 - Syllable 音節 - Feet 音步 - Meter 格律 Context 脈絡 - Writer 作者 - Theme.

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1 Lesson 11 Sing with the Poets

2 About Poems Content 元素 -Rhyming Words 尾韻 -Alliteration 頭韻 - Syllable 音節 - Feet 音步 - Meter 格律 Context 脈絡 - Writer 作者 - Theme 主題 - Image Words 意象字 - Implied Meanings 內涵意義

3 Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.

4 Rober Frost ( March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) American Poet living in New England grief and loss a wide range of human experience (life wisdom) four seasons, mythical similie, daily scenes gold implies all good things in life

5 Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.

6 Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Nature’s / first green / is gold, 6 Her har/dest hue / to hold. 6 Her ear/ly leaf’s /a flower; 6 But on/ly so /an hour. 6 Then leaf /subsides / to leaf. 6 So Ed/en sank / to grief, 6 So dawn / goes down / to day. 6 No/thing gold / can stay. 5

7 Nothing Gold Can Stay Poet: Rober Frost Theme: Life and Death(Loss) Image Words: green, gold, flower, Eden grief Implied Meanings: green, gold, flower, Eden  Life grief  Death

8 Nothing Gold Can Stay Numbers of Syllables: 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 5 Number of Feet: 3 (trimeter) Alliteration: green, gold her, hardest, hue, hold dawn, down, day

9 The Sun Kept Setting, Setting Still by Emily Dickinson The sun kept setting, setting still; No hue of afternoon Upon the village I perceived, –––– From house to house ‘twas noon. The dusk kept dropping, dropping still; No dew upon the grass, But only on my forehead stopped, And wandered in my face. My feet kept drowsing, drowsing still, My fingers were awake; Yet why so little sound myself Unto my seeming make? How well I knew the light before! I could not see it now. ‘Tis dying, I am doing; but I’m not afraid to know.

10 Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886) American Poet Living in New England from a upper-class family life and death staying in her own room

11 The Sun Kept Setting, Setting Still by Emily Dickinson The sun kept setting, setting still; No hue of afternoon Upon the village I perceived, –––– From house to house ‘twas noon. The dusk kept dropping, dropping still; No dew upon the grass, But only on my forehead stopped, And wandered in my face.

12 My feet kept drowsing, drowsing still, My fingers were awake; Yet why so little sound myself Unto my seeming make? How well I knew the light before! I could not see it now. ‘Tis dying, I am doing; but I’m not afraid to know.

13 The Sun Kept Setting, Setting Still by Emily Dickinson The sun /kept set/ting, set/ting still; 8 No hue/ of af/ternoon 6 Upon/ the vil/lage I /perceived, –––– 8 From house /to house /‘twas noon. 6 The dusk/ kept drop/ping, drop/ping still; 8 No dew /upon /the grass, 6 But on/ly on/ my fore/head stopped, 8 And wan/dered in/ my face. 6

14 My feet /kept drows/ing, drows/ing still, 8 My fin/gers were /awake; 6 Yet why /so lit/tle sound /myself 8 Unto /my seem/ing make? 6 How well /I knew /the light /before! 8 I could/ not see/ it now. 6 ‘Tis dy/ing, I /am do/ing; but 8 I’m not /afraid/ to know. 6

15 The Sun Kept Setting, Setting Still Poet: Emily Dickinson Theme: Life and Death Image Words: sun, setting, afternoon, dusk, dew Implied Meaning: sun, setting, afternoon, drowsing, dusk  Death

16 The Sun Kept Setting, Setting Still Number of Syllables: 8686; 8686; 8686; 8686 Number of Feet: 4(tetrameter) and 3(trimeter) Alliteration: sun, setting, still dusk, dropping only, on so, sound dying, doing

17 Alliteration in idioms 1-1. Curiosity killed the Practice makes All that glitters is not.

18 My Fair Lady ( 窈窕淑女 ) A language professor helped a flower girl improve her poor accent and pronounce well. The flower girl finally turned into a fair lady! 電影內容 : 語音學教授希金斯 訓練一名來自社會底層的賣 花女伊萊莎,助其改掉錯誤 的發音及粗俗的儀態,進而 成為上流社會的淑女。

19 Alliteration in the Scene of My Fair Lady The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain In Hartford, Hereford, and Hampshire…? Hurricanes hardly happen.

20 Alliteration in Tongue Twisters Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers; A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked; If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, Where‘s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

21 Alliteration in Tongue Twisters How much wood would a woodchuck chuck If a woodchuck could chuck wood? He would chuck, he would, as much as he could, And chuck as much as a woodchuck would If a woodchuck could chuck wood.

22 Alliteration in Advertising 1-1. You will never put a better bit of butter on your knife. (Country Life Butter) 1-2. The story is the daily diary of the American dream. (The Wall Street Journal)

23 Alliteration in Nursery Rhymes 2-1. Three gray geese in a green field grazing, grey were the geese and green was the grazing Betty Brother brought some butter, but she said the butter's bitter; if I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter, but a bit of better butter will make my batter better.

24 Create Your Own Poem Example: If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching, Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again; I shall not live in vain.

25 If I can stop _______ from _______, I shall not live in vain; If I can help ____________________, Or ___________________________, I shall not live in vain.

26 If I can stop wars from happening, I shall not live in vain; If I can help those people who are starving, Or save people who are dying, I shall not live in vain.


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