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Speaker and Listener in Poetry Literary Explorations
Speaker Defined the person telling/relating the poem. Do NOT confuse with the poet! Can represent a particular viewpoint/culture/attitude invented persona gives author freedom
Point of View Inside the poem told in 1st person I, me, my, mine benefits personal direct connection w/speaker ***Be careful. The speaker is not the poet!
Outside the Poem 3rd person speaker not involved with the action, just comments on it
Analyzing Speaker Notice word choice & grammatical construction. Can indicate: education background attitudes like/dislike
Listener Defined a character who may be involved in the poem addressed by you/your/yours; thou/thee/thine Passive Listener Not involved in the action May not even be present
Characters & Setting Who, What, Where and When of Poetry Chapter 15.
3 kinds of poetry: lyric: a short poem, uttered by a single speaker, which expresses the thoughts and emotions of that speaker dramatic poetry: drama written.
GENRES. WHAT IS A GENRE? A literary genre is a category of literary composition. Genres may be determined by literary technique, tone, content, or even.
Literary Types Understanding Setting and Context.
What do good readers of poetry notice?. Steps for annotating a poem 1.Read it through at least twice (read aloud). 2.Go back through the poem and annotate.
IMPORTANT ENGLISH TERMS English II. Terms and definitions Characterization Definition: The way a writer creates and develops characters’ personalities.
Reading (into) Poetry Part I Rising Up. Reading the poem: a)Read a poem more than once. b)Keep a dictionary by you and use it. c)Read so as to hear the.
Name The Author and Illustrator Define Their role in telling the story With prompting and support K Acknowledge Differences in the points of view of characters.
Poetry Analysis Oct. 28, This is a process to help you organize your analysis of poetry. We have already learned the vocabulary, now it’s time to.
TYPES OF POETRY. NARRATIVE POEMS A Narrative Poem combines elements of fiction and poetry to tell a story Like short stories, they usually include characters,
Do Now 8/17 Write down the difference between perspective and point of view.
A Review THE POETIC FORM. ANALYZING POETRY T—title (before reading) P--paraphrase C--connotation A--attitude S--shift T—title (after reading)
Poetry Annotation Finding literary devices within a work of poetry.
Understand Narrator, Voice, and Persona. Standard Reading Literature 3.9 –Explain how voice, persona, and the choice of narrator affect characterization.
ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE. Allusion An indirect reference to another literary work or to a famous person, place or event.
Intro to Poetry Rhyme Scheme and Refrain. Essential Vocab (#22) Rhyme Scheme: The pattern of rhymes Rhyme Scheme: The pattern of rhymes You think you’ve.
Dillon M. 3 rd Person Limited Third person limited point of view is a method of storytelling in which the narrator knows only the thoughts and feelings.
The Foghorn By: Juan, Nicholas and Sultan. Introduction The name of this story is The Foghorn. Written by: Ray Bradbury and was written in Characters:
St. Robert Catholic High School 10 Academic Ballad Poetry Station.
Narrator’s Perspective Point of View. Narrator The one who tells the story Characters Everyone else in the story What’s the narrator’s position in the.
Point of View and the Narrator Mr. Adkins. The Author and Audience Why is the narrator’s point of view important? – Helps audience analyze the author’s.
Analyze a poem for the author’s use of literary devices to explain how specific stylistic choices support the development of tone and theme. Develop.
Jacinto Jesus Cardona. Tone The author’s attitude toward the writing (characters, audience, subject, etc.) Mood The climate of feeling in a literary.
Introducing the Poem Literary Focus: Speaker Legal Alien/Extranjera legal by Pat Mora Feature Menu.
TPS-FASTT A Method for Poetry Analysis. TPS-FASTT TPS-FASTT is an acronym that stands for: Title Paraphrase Speaker Figurative Language Attitude (Tone)
WARM UP—Review (Don’t forget to copy your agenda and learning goal!) Define the following: Narrative Poetry Figurative Language –Simile –Metaphor –Extended.
Poetry Analysis Using TPCASTT Mrs. Willoughby-Hull English 12 ERWC/AP English Lit August 22-23, 2013.
I would be dear saviour Wholly thine Teach me how, teach me how. I would do Thy will O Lord not mine Help me help now.
Point of View Why Notice Point of View? In literary fiction, the question of who tells the story, and therefore, how it gets told has assumed special.
S PEAKER VS. P OET. T HE S PEAKER One of the most difficult concepts in the study of poetry is that of the speaker. The speaker is roughly equivalent.
TPCASTT Title Paraphrase Connotation Attitude Shift Title revisited Theme Poetry Analysis.
Literary Devices & Poetry December 14, st Learning Target I can identify and explain literary elements in a passage.
First Person Point of View A story told through the eyes of a single character. You only know what the narrating character knows. First person writing.
Exploration of Poetry Inspired by Dead Poets Society.
Literary Response. Beauty by E Yeh Shure Beauty is seen In the sunlight, The trees, the birds, Corn growing and people working Or dancing for their harvest.
Jesus Loves Me 1-3 Jesus loves me! this I know, For the Bible tells me so; Little ones to Him belong, They are weak but He is strong. Yes, Jesus loves.
Reading and Writing About Literature Poetry. Responding to poetry Give poetry a chance Like songs, you may not like a poem the first time you hear it.
3 rd Quarter Overview You’re officially halfway done with 7 th grade!
TPCASTT Poetry Analysis Method. TPCASTT A method for reading and analyzing poetry. A TPCASTT reading takes you through seven specific steps so that.
Poetry Analysis Using TPFASTT. Getting Started… a process to help you organize your analysis Will allow you to put vocabulary into practice! Analyze “Song.
Charlotte’s Web By: Samantha Stapleton. Main characters are the people that the story is mostly about. In Charlotte’s Web, Wilbur and Charlotte are the.
This is a process to help you organize your analysis of poetry. We have already learned the vocabulary, now it’s time to put it into practice! Together,
Genres of Nonfiction Informational Provides factual information Examples: Newspapers Magazines Encyclopedias Infographics Literary Style similar.
Do Now What Do You Know About Poetry? What I KnowWhat I Think I KnowWhat I Want to Know -- What do you definitely know about poetry? What do you.
Lesson Two Versions of One Narrative Purpose -to compare and contrast language and content in two texts in different genres -to explain how a writer’s.
Entry Task 9/16 Open to page 29 of your SpringBoard; Then, to refine our understanding of coming of age, complete the web organizer. Fill in the bubbles.
Robert Browning. My Last Duchess Biographical Information Mostly educated at home by tutors. Brilliant, undisciplined, determined to be like Percy Bysshe.
Today’s Activities 1.Warm Up 1.Warm Up: Comparative Analysis 2.Lesson: 2.Lesson: Analyzing Poetry 3.Exit Pass 3.Exit Pass: (5) things about Poe & Dickenson.
Good morning. The first part of a novel should do at least three things: o Setting of the novel. Establish the setting of the action using details from.
LAP 4: Poetry Day 3. Poets, like other writers, bring their works alive through the interactions of fictional characters who experience love and hatred,
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