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A poem that expresses the thoughts and feelings of the speaker short musical Implies rather than states
Author’s Background Imagery Types of love
A Japanese poetic form with 5 unrhymed lines Exactly 31 syllables 5 syllables in lines 1 and 3 7 in lines 2, 4, and 5 Evokes a single image
Author’s Background Translated into English (syllable variation) Italics Regret?
English sonnet also known as Shakespearean sonnet 14 lines 3 quatrains Rhymes Scheme: ABABCDCDEFEFGG 10 syllables /line (iambic pentameter)
Author’s Background Author’s Purpose Comparison? Is this a love poem?
Expresses a speaker’s emotions or thoughts Short and musical Based on strong emotion
Author’s Background Mood Tone Heart vs. Brain Personification Word Choice
A surprising comparison Can be direct or indirect
Author’s Background Grammar as a metaphor Syntax Punctuation
Forms of Poetry 8th Grade GRC OMMS.
Elements of Poetry.
Literary Terms Jeopardy English 9 Directions for online viewing: Use the Internet Explorer Browser, not Netscape. When viewing in Internet Explorer,
HOW TO EXPLICATE A POEM.
Types of Poetry.
Poetic Forms. Ballad Ballads, one of the earliest forms of literature, are narrative songs. Traditionally passed down orally from generation to generation,
Characteristics, Analysis, Key Terms
Literary Terms Jeopardy
Poetry Terms English 10. LINE Definition: A poetic line of poetry, which may or may not be a complete sentence. – Run-on Line: When the poetic sentence.
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,
Poetic Forms English 1201.
9H English Ms. Bauer THE SONNET. What is a sonnet? The sonnet is a 14-line lyric poem. “Lyric” means the poem discusses the poet’s emotions.
Poetry Unit: Japanese Poetry Tanka and Haiku
What would you like to learn about poetry?
Listen to/Read Shakespeare’s “Sonnet “ Grab a partner and… Annotate the poem for rhyme scheme. What do you notice about the poem’s rhythm?
POETRY Poetry is all about 5 things… Expression Observation Ideas Emotions Words and Opinions.
Sonnets. Poetic Terms & Definitions Metaphor A direct comparison between two things. Examples: Life is a dream Love is a vale of tears. Life is a hard.
English 9 Academic 2012 Ms. Brooks
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