ELA 20.  Today’s Goals – to understand different types of poetry and to complete a poetry analysis  Agenda  Breakfast Club  Intro to Poetry  Poem

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  • ELA 20
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  • Todays Goals to understand different types of poetry and to complete a poetry analysis Agenda Breakfast Club Intro to Poetry Poem Analysis of Gary Hyland What You Are Doing Now Poet Research Emily Dickinson, Edgar Allen Poe, Michael Ondantje, Margaret Atwood, Al Purdy, etc Class wrap Essay in by Midnight
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  • Choose a poet from the Bulletin Board Research them On paper, write: Name 3 life/career facts Type of poetry mainly known for Print a poem they wrote, that you find interesting; summarize what it is about Prepare to present to the class
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  • Find 3 interesting facts about assigned poet What type of poetry are they most known for Find and print of a poem they authored that is interesting to you. Be prepared to present and share your learning to the class.
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  • Put your story into your portfolio Take the poetry (pink) hand out Read it and complete the poetry types Worship Poetry Analysis What Youre Doing Right Now
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  • Todays Goals to study the poetry of Edgar Allen Poe Agenda Worship Edgar Allan Poes Annabel Lee & The Raven Class Wrap
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  • Class Chores write a poem for your portfolio Must be a minimum of 10 lines Any type of poem free verse, blank verse, sonnet, etc Looking for a minimum of 3 figurative language effects Needs to be in poster format border, graphic, centered needs to contribute to the meaning of the poem Exit Pass how would you define Edgar Allen Poes writing style?
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  • Todays Goals: to gain an understanding of My Last Duchess by Robert Browning Agenda Worship Dramatic Monologue My Last Duchess By Robert Browning Class Wrap
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  • A poem where the speaker addresses an unseen, silent audience and could be acted out It combines aspects of stage plays and romantic verse
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  • Class Chores write a poem for your portfolio Must be a minimum of 10 lines Any type of poem free verse, blank verse, sonnet, etc Looking for a minimum of 3 figurative language effects Needs to be in poster format border, graphic, centered needs to contribute to the meaning of the poem Exit Pass Bring your poem tomorrow for peer edits
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  • Todays Goals: to study the poetry of various Canadian Authors Agenda Peer Edit of Poetry Worship Canadian Poets & Their Poetry Class Wrap
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  • Be complimentary underline things that were said/written well Identify Figurative Language Effects with [parenthesis] and label it Remember that poetry often intentionally makes errors for effect! Clarify any mistakes in spelling, punctuation, and grammar with the author to understand if it is an error or an effect.
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  • Margaret Atwood E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) Al Purdy Michael Ondaatje Buffy Sainte-Marie
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  • Class Chores polish up your poem create it into a poster for display due tomorrow Exit Pass Have a great day
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  • Todays Goals to wrap up the poetry section of the Composition Unit Agenda Worship Finish up Canadian Poets by presenting your analysis Test Review Essay Prep Poetry Reading Class Wrap
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  • Figurative Language definitions Match poem and poet Gary Hyland What You Are Doing Now Edgar Allen Poe Annabel Lee & The Raven Robert Browning My Last Duchess Margaret Atwood It is Dangerous to Read Newspapers E. Pauline Johnson A prodigal Michael Ondaatje Application for A Driving License Al Purdy The Last Picture in the World Alden Nowlan The Execution Buffy Sainte-Marie Universal Soldier Poem Analysis you will be given the steps
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  • 7 story titles and their authors Quotes from the stories and match who said them Know definitions from the Pink Story Notes given Plot Diagrams know characters, conflict, theme, discovering theme, etc Short answer in complete sentences Long Answer using formal writing skills It will also include media and poetry Test on Tuesday, Oct 7
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  • The significance of personal beliefs and values on an individuals life.
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  • Reminders Monday In Class Essay Tuesday Composition Unit Test Wednesday Reading Comprehension and Intro to Shakespeare Class Chores prep for essay and study for test Exit Pass Thanks for all of your hard work in this semester!! It has been intense but your have surpassed my expectations
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  • Todays Goals to analyze poetry Agenda Pop Prayer Poet Presentations Poetry Analysis The Spider Holds a Silver Ball Types of Poetry Lyric Poetry Analysis Closure pick your poem to memorize
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  • Free Verse Concrete Blank Verse Haiku Lyric Dramatic Monologue Narrative
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  • Who is doing the speaking in the poem? What is the tone of the poem? To whom is the poet speaking? What is the setting of the poem? When does the poem take place? What mood is evoked by the poem? Does the point of view change during the poem? How does the poem make me feel? Do I like the poem? Why? What is the poet attempting to communicate?
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  • Todays Goals: to look at poems of sonnet and parody Agenda: Pre-Activity: share your homework with second person on your right; then find another person who analyzed a different poem. Worship Rhythm and Meter The Sonnet Parody Assignment identify 3 similarities in each set of parody poems, and identify how the second poem was making fun of the first Then choose ONE poem and do a Blue Sheet Analysis Write a parody of something popular right now Closure:
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  • Identify 3 similarities between Shakespeares Sonnet 55 and Wendy Copes poem How was the main theme/meaning of the original changed in the parody? Identify 3 similarities in the parody of Hamlet (Shakespeare and Dave Turner) How was the main theme/meaning of the original changed in the parody? Do a Poem Analysis of any poem in handout Extra time Search for poem for Poetry Contest; Search on the Internet or search Imprints Textbook (at the back bookshelf)
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  • Todays goals to discuss characteristics of a sonnet poem, understand iambic pentameter, and to analyze one sonnet poem Agenda Worship Defining iambic and sonnets Discussion on Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning Choose another poem in handout and to Blue Cheat Sheet analysis for it. Closure Homework begin writing your original poem
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  • Todays Goals: to decipher e. e. cummings poetry Agenda: Worship Edward Estlin Cummings Wrap-up Homework tomorrows class is outreach/caring for our Community thus I need you to do homework for tomorrows class.
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  • when god decided to invent everything he took one breath bigger than a circustent and everything began when man determined to destroy himself he picked the was of shall and finding only why smashed it into because - e. e. cummings
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  • I thank You God for most this amazing day:for the leaping greenly spirits of trees and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything which is natural which is infinite which is yes (I who have died am alive again today, and this is the suns birthday; this is the birth day of life and of love and wings;and of the gay great happening illimitably earth) how should tasting touching hearing seeing breathing anylifted from the no of all nothinghuman merely being double unimaginable You? (now the ears of my ears awake and now the eyes of my eyes are opened)
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  • Topic: Multicultural Poetry 1) Go to Youtube find a clip about Maya Angelou that talks about her life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyHqafC740Q is a good one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyHqafC740Q 2) Read and discuss with someone Still I rise You tube clip of her reciting this poem -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqOqo50LSZ0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqOqo50LSZ0 Write how this poem reflects her life experience 3 examples 3) Read I know Why the Caged Bird Sings -- complete a blue sheet analysis 4) Research poetry from another nation outside of North America and bring to class one. Remember to memorize a poem for Tuesday/Wednesday Remember to Write an original poem for Tuesday
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  • Todays Goals: Presentations and review for the test Agenda: Worship Presentations Review for Test Wrap-up Test is May 18; Your Original Poem is due May 17
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  • Define and make an example for figurative language terms used during this class Know the different types of poetry Match the poet with his/her poem from the handouts given in class Remember the major poems we discussed in class sonnet, parody, dramatic monologue, CDN poems, This week we will also look at Maya Angelou and theme poems The final section you will be given a poem and asked various question regarding it.
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  • Todays Goals Agenda: Worship Poetry Contest Finals Reading Comprehension Strategies Closure: Test Tomorrow and Poems due
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  • Choose a seat 2 people/table with the middle s

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