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Poetry Types/Forms Review and Practice
Write this in your agenda: Quiz on Poetic Terms #1 on 11/28 and 11/29 –Literary Terms 1-10 –Material on Orange Prezi Poetry Out Loud Recitations 12/3, 12/4, 12/5, & 12/6 –Poem is a memorized element that is graded for delivery, accuracy, etc.
AP English Literature TODAY’S AGENDA/HW Correct vocabulary and Life of Pi quiz. Poem Analysis #2 –“Those Winter Sundays (p. 1185) Poem Analysis #3 –“Pied Beauty (p. 797) Homework: Prepare for quiz & memorize poem for presentation LEARNING TARGETS/OBJECTIVES Understand the purpose and elements of a typical elegy. Understand literary terms often found in poetry. Analyze a poem for meaning and structure
Review the Terms! ELEGY- a formal lyric poem written in memory of one who has died. LYRIC- a short poem where a single speaker expresses an emotion or experience IMAGERY- appeal to the senses ALLUSION- references made to outside works CAESURA- a grammatical pause or break in a line of poetry, most often in the middle of a line ENJAMBMENT- the continuation of a sentence from one line or couplet into the next one. ALLITERATION- repetition of initial consonant sounds CONSONANCE- the repetition of the final consonant sounds APOSTROPHE- a figure of speech in which someone absent or dead or something nonhuman is addressed as if it were alive and present and could reply ASSONANCE- the repetition or pattern of similar vowel sounds
Poem Analysis #3 “Those Winter Sundays” Listen and sketch images that come to mind Analyze the poem for use of poetic devices and complete discussion questions Find the synesthesia, anaphora, and personification
Questions: Form/type of poem? Relationship between father and son? Lyric poem in free verse Mirrored in the sounds of the house and ice cracking; there is stiff, coldness. However, the speakers in reflecting upon his younger self and this means…
Questions: How does sound knit the poem together? What effect does the rhetorical question have? Use of alliteration, internal rhyme, and in particular the hard “c” adds a sharp edge to piece. Demonstrates the maturity of the speaker and his feelings of regret.
Poem Analysis #4 “Pied Beauty” Read the poem to yourself Analyze the poem for use of poetic devices and complete discussion questions Watch the Poetry Out Loud version and grade the performance
Homework: Study for Poetry Quiz #1 Bring in two paper copies of your poem. You will be analyzing it in class and practicing your recitation of the first 15 lines.