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P OETRY A NALYSIS TPC A ST
T - T ITLE What do you think the poem is about?
P - P ARAPHRASE Put each sentence into your own words. Look up any words you don’t know
C - C ONNOTATION Figurative Language -(simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, imagery) Sound devices – (alliteration, assonance, rhyme, rhyme scheme)
S - S HIFTS Look for key words that indicate a change or shift.
T - T HEME What is the theme of the poem? Start with topic, then create a theme statement. Remember, if must be in a complete sentence.
A Tool for Analyzing Poetry
TPCASTT (a way to Analyze Poetry)
TPFASTT T itle P araphrase F igurative Language A ttitude S hifts T itle T heme.
TIPCAST A Simple Way to Quickly and Carefully Assess a Poem.
A Strategy for Understanding an Author’s Message (THEME) in a Poem
Figurative Language Review.
DO NOW: Go over Homework
Poetry Vocabulary Words
A Method for Poetry Analysis
Poetry Analysis Using TPCASTT
What is poetry? You tell me… Format Poetry is arranged in lines and stanzas Lines may or may not form a complete sentence Stanzas are a group of lines.
Each group member will receive one poem per round. As a group, complete the challenge for each poem. The rules will vary depending on the challenge.
Poetry Analysis. TPCASTT is a process to help you organize your analysis of poetry – any poem. You can also use the SIFT analysis, although TPCASTT.
TP-CASTT How to Respond to a Poem. A NALYZING P OETRY Students often find reading a poem to be intimidating Poetic language is different from everyday.
Regular Fiction Day 30: Poetry Starter: Imagery? Speaker and Tone pg. 545, guess poem, “Eating Together” & “Grape Sherbet” “Eating Together” 2 & 3 “Eating.
“BREAKING IT DOWN” Thayer’s Approach to Analyzing a Poem.
Analyzing Poetry. Step One: Number the lines and stanzas A stanza is a group of lines within a poem.
TP-CASTT Poetry Analysis 1/09 Poetry Unit: TP-CASTT - Blume 1 repetition! onomatopoeia!
T ITLE Look at it What could it mean? Is it clear? Is it vague? That should tell you something about what to expect, too.
TP-Castt Poetry Analysis.
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