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1 Comparing and Contrasting Literary and Visual Art EnglishGrade 9Mrs. Marinelli
2 Lesson ObjectivesAnalyze how a visual art, a painting can be transformed into literary art, a poem and then into a visual and literary art, a music video.state an original interpretation of a painting and a poem, explaining how individual elements in both types of art, work together to support the interpretation.
3 The Artists and their works Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry NightAnne Sexton’s “Starry Night”Don McLean's Vincent
5 Question Prompts for Analyzing Poetry Step One: Analyze the PoemSmall groups respond to question promptsGroup Members: ______________________ Date:______________Question Prompts for Analyzing Poetry1. What poetic language is used in the poem ( simile, metaphor, rhyme, alliteration, personification) ?2. What is the mood of this poem?3. How is this mood created? What specific words or phrases are used?4. What story does the poem tell?5. Who do you think is the point of view character in the poem?6. Can you relate anything in your life, or the world you live in to the poem?by Anne SextonThe town does not existexcept where one black-haired tree slipsup like a drowned woman into the hot sky.The town is silent. The night boils with eleven stars.Oh starry starry night! It moves. They are all alive.Even the moon bulges in its orange ironsThe old unseen serpent swallows up the stars.Oh starry starry night!
6 Questions for Analyzing Art Step two: Analyze the PaintingSmall groups respond to question promptsGroup Members: ______________________ Date:______________Questions for Analyzing ArtWhat is happening in the painting? What story does it tell?What feeling or mood does the painting evoke? How does it evoke these feelings (colors, shapes, images)?3. If there are people in the painting, who do you think they are? How would you describe them to someone else?4. Does the painting remind you of anything in your own life, or the present world?5. Apply some poetic language to describe the painting: metaphors, similes, onomatopoeia, alliteration, or rhyme.6. Use all five senses to describe the painting.
7 Step 3: Analyze the Music Video Anne SextonVincent Van GoghDon McLean
8 Software Used in Lesson PowerPointMicrosoft WordInternet Explorer LinksPictures from InternetReal Player