6 Types of PoetrySatirical poetry: Humorous poem for the serious purpose of effective positive change in people or societyIdentify the person/thing being ridiculed—behaviour, belief, attitude or human failingCriticizes corruption in society
7 Types of PoetryDidactic poetry: Poem that offers advice or moral lessons in a subtle fashion.
8 Types of PoetryDescriptive poetry: Poetry that, through memorable descriptions that appeal to our senses, engages our minds, our hearts, and our imaginations.Gives the reader a sense of an experience/place/person
9 Types of Poetry Narrative Poetry: Tells a story It is concerned with character, contexts (time, place, situation) and conflict.Protagonist’s thoughts and feelings are centralReader must engage in creative process to fill the gaps left by the brevity of the narrative
10 Types of PoetryReflective Poetry: Poetry that explores concepts of truth and meaning.Ask an essential question—questions that explores matters of identity, purpose to life, nature of emotions such as happinessWho am I?What is the meaning of life?What does it mean to be happy?
11 Class work Read “The World” (pg 211) as a class and discuss Read “Acquainted with the Night” (pg 212) as a class and discussRead “Grief of Mind” (pg. 213)individually/pairsRead “ABC” (pg. 213) individually/pairsAssignment:Questions 1 a,b,c; 2; 4 pg. 214Hand in tomorrow.
12 Poetry Literary Terms Literary Terms booklet 90. Sonnet (14 lines) that consists of three quatrains (4 line stanza) finishing with a rhyming couplet.Rhyme scheme: abab cdcd efef ggIambic Pentameter (ten syllables per line)
13 Poetry Literary Terms Literary Terms booklet 77. Italian or Petrarchan Sonnet: Sonnet (14 lines) that consists of two parts: the #66 octave (first 8 lines which presents a question or problem) and the #88 sestet (final six lines which presents the solution or conclusion)Rhyme scheme is abbaabbacdecdeOften celebrate a beautiful lady
14 96. Stanza: A “chunk” or paragraph of poetry 93. Sonnet: 14 line lyric poem with a set form and rhyme scheme.81. Quatrain: four line stanza (Shakespearean sonnet)84. Rhyme Scheme: The pattern of rhymes in a poem marked by lower case letters.85. Rhythm: The arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables into a pattern.50. Internal rhyme: Rhyme occurs within a line (end rhyme is when the rhyme occurs at the end of lines which marks rhyme scheme)14. Caesura: Natural break within a line of poetry13. Blank verse: Unrhymed iambic pentameter (10 syllables per line, with stressed syllables on every second syllable.)EG. Paradise LostA dungeon horrible on all sides roundAs one great furnace flamed, yet from those flamesNo light, but rather darkness visible46. Iambic Pentameter: 10 syllables per line with stressed syllable on every second syllable. Each rhymes.