2 Textbook pg. 668 – Write the notes in your notebook – reading section. The Language of PoetryPoets must make decisions about how best to communicate their feelings and ideas.Form: Traditional Poems or Organic PoemsTraditional PoemsFixed rules – specific linesRegular pattern of rhythm and rhymeExamples: epic, ode, ballad, sonnet, haiku, limerick
3 Organic Poems Don’t follow established rules Not regular pattern of rhyme and rhythmMay have unconventional spelling, grammar, punctuationEx. free verse, concrete poetry
4 Purposes & Preferences in Poetry - NOTES What is the purpose of poetry?Express feelings about something or someone, life, places, eventsMakes you think about thingsDeeper meaning behind the wordsWhat types of songs or poems do you prefer? Organic or traditional?
5 692: “400-Meter Free Style” & “Bodybuilder’s Contest” Margin Questions - A-D: Answer in sentences.Write your own practice poem that is on the subject of competition.You choose whether it is organic or traditional.
6 Take notes on Poetic Elements – pg Take notes on Poetic Elements – pg Sound Devices at the Top & Chartsound devicesrhythmrhymeinternal rhymemeterrhyme schemescansionfootrepetitionalliterationassonanceconsonance
7 Poetry Terms in Practice Read “Fire and Ice” and “The Bells” Excerpts on pg. 671.Answer the 4 Close Read Questions on pg. 671Check your Close Read Questions with me for accuracy.Read “O What Is That Sound?” pg. 716.Answer the Margin Questions A-E that go with the poem.What frightening current events topics would a poet today write about? Why? Write this in YOUR NOTES.