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Title: PowerPoint Slides September 19-23, 2011


1
PowerPoint Slides September 19-23, 2011
  • English III

2
September 19th, 2011 I Can
  •  I can write a poem about myself using telling
    details, sensory language, and vivid pictures to
    tell who I am and my experiences.

3
Song of Yourself
  • Review of group work with Song of Myself.
  • What was the form?
  • How does Whitman introduce his origin?
  • How does Whitman use Metaphor in Song of
    Myself?
  • What vivid pictures do we see in this poem?
  • Are there other devices we have not covered?

4
What was the form?
  • It was a free verse poem.

5
Walt Whitmans Origin
  • Example
  • Born here of parents born here from parents the
    same, and their parents the same,

6
Metaphor
  • We identified grass as the common metaphor
    throughout section six of the poem, and notice
    many others as well.

7
What vivid pictures did you see?
  • We see spotted hawks
  • White heads of old mothers
  • Blades of grass.

8
What have we forgotten?
  • There is repetition
  • I CELEBRATE myself, and sing myself, And what I
    assume you shall assume,
  • I loafe and invite my soul, I lean and loafe at
    my ease observing a spear of summer grass.

9
What have we forgotten?
  • There is parallelism
  • Or I guess it is the handkerchief of the Lord, A
    scented gift and remembrancer designedly dropt,
    Bearing the owner's name someway in the corners,
    that we may see and remark, and say Whose?
  • Or I guess it is a uniform hieroglyphic, And it
    means, Sprouting alike in broad zones and narrow
    zones, Growing among black folks as among white,

10
What have we forgotten?
  • There is Anaphora
  • It may be you transpire from the breasts of young
    men, It may be if I had known them I would have
    loved them, It may be you are from old people,
    or from offspring taken soon

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How would your song sound?
  • You will now write a section similar to Whitmans
    celebrating yourself.
  • Daily Assignment 30 Points
  • 5 points Section includes writers origins
  • 10 points Section gives an idea of who the
    writer is now.
  • 15 points Section utilizes two poetic devices
    common to Whitman metaphor, repetition,
    parallelism, or imagery.
  • Poem must be 18 lines long

12
Exit
  • How did your song sound?

13
September 20th, 2011 I Can
  • I can find and explain words, phrases, or lines
    that create a mood in Robert Frosts Acquainted
    with the Night.

14
Before Our Activity
  • We need to reinforce group activity expectations.

15
What Group Work Looks Like
16
What Group Work Should Not Look Like
17
Group Work
  • Now lets do an in-class demonstration.

18
September 21th, 2011 I Can
  • I can find and explain words, phrases, or lines
    that create a mood in Robert Frosts Acquainted
    with the Night.

19
Literary Gala
  • Yesterday Mrs. Reid stopped by to talk about the
    Literary Gala.
  • If you are interested please sign up in the
    library.
  • You can get prizes.
  • You can also receive extra credit and use the
    book for the Gala for your next book talk.

20
What is mood?
  • Mood is the feeling or atmosphere that a writer
    creates for the reader.
  • This can be created with the following
  • Connotation of words
  • Imagery
  • Figurative Language
  • Sound
  • Rhythm
  • Descriptive Details

21
Lets Identify as a Class
  • Winter Garden Stark
    naked flower stalks Stand shivering in the
    wind. The cheerless sun hides its black
    light Behind bleak, angry clouds, While trees
    vainly try To catch their escaping
    leaves. Carpets of grass turn brown, Blending
    morosely with the dreary day. Winter seems the
    death of life forever.

22
Lets Identify as a Class
  • What was the mood?
  • What led you to that conclusion?

23
One More For Good Measure
  • Spring Garden Stunningly
    dressed flower stalks Stand shimmering in the
    breeze. The cheerful sun hides playfully Behind
    white, fluffy, cotton-ball clouds, While trees
    whisper secrets To their rustling leaves. Carpets
    of grass greenly glow Blending joyfully with the
    day. Spring brings life to death.

24
Lets Identify as a Class
  • What was the mood?
  • What led you to that conclusion?

25
Before We Break
  • Turn to page 1001, follow along as I read. Just
    absorb the words and think about how it makes you
    feel.

26
The Task
  • You will partner up with one to two people near
    you.
  • You will receive a mood card. In your groups you
    will look back at this poem and find lines that
    match your mood.
  • Then you will share with the class your mood and
    explain how your mood was represented
  • Telling us the words or phrases.
  • Why you choose those words or phrases.
  • A personal connection your group found.

27
What is the form of this poem?
  • Is this
  • Conventional
  • Organic poem
  • Why?

28
Exit Slip
  • Use your mood card and write about a time when
    you were in that particular mood.
  • Think of how Frost created that mood.
  • For example dont say I was stubborn once.
  • USE WORDS TO DESCRIBE IT.

29
September 22nd, 2011 I can
  • I can examine how the form and content of a poem
    affects my reading.

30
Before we Start
  • Tomorrow
  • Word Log Check
  • Quiz
  • Independent Reading Time
  • Remember your books.

31
In Your Notes
  • Rhythm-the flow of sound created by stressed or
    unstressed syllables in a line.
  • Stressed'
  • Unstressed ?

32
In Your Notes
  • Meter- the repetition of a regular rhythmic unit
    in a line of poetry.
  • A foot is each unit.
  • Each foot contains
  • One stressed
  • One or two unstressed

33
In Your Notes
  • Blank Verse- A poem written in iambic pentameter.

34
In Your Notes
  • Iambic pentameter
  • Iamb- two syllables, unstressed-stressed, as in
    today.
  • Pentameter- five feet per line.

35
The Rhythm
  • da Dum /da Dum/ da Dum/ da Dum/ da Dum
  • Example

To swell the gourd, and plump the ha- -zel shells
da Dum da Dum da Dum da Dum da Dum
36
To help you understand it a little bit more.
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vArrR66OSa0Q

37
Individually
  • Now we have a greater understanding of Iambic
    Pentameter.
  • I want you to individually write two lines in
    Iambic Pentameter about growing up/living in
    Pendleton County.

38
Groups
  • Now I want you to get in groups with people who
    have the same number as you.
  • You will now take your two lines and figure out a
    way to make a short poem mixing up the order of
    your two lines.

39
Sharing time
  • When you share.
  • Each person has to read their lines in order to
    receive credit.

40
Group Exit Slip
  • Turn in your poem and answer the following as a
    group.
  • What made your group place your lines in that
    order?
  • What is Iambic Pentameter?

41
September 23rd, 2011 I can
  • I can examine how the form and content of a poem
    affect my reading.

42
Yesterday
  • What is Iambic Pentameter?

43
Before We Break
  • Turn to page 1002, listen while I read Mending
    Wall, by Robert Frost.

44
The First Few Lines
  • Something there is that doesn't love a wall,
  • That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it,
  • And spills the upper boulders in the sun,
  • And makes gaps even two can pass abreast.
  • What is the meter?
  • Where does it change?
  • What effect does that have?

45
In Groups
  • Each group will be responsible for answering
    their respective section of the form worksheet.
  • If you are in group one you have section one,
    group two you will have section two, and so on.
  • You have seven minutes to complete your section.

46
Class Review
  • Each group share your findings.

47
Exit Slip
  • In the blank section of worksheet
  • Analyze line 45 for form and content
  • Below the grid, explain what effect this line
    left on you.

48
September 23rd, 2011 I can
  • I can determine the meaning of words found in the
    ACT vocabulary list.

49
Book Talk
  • There are copies of the book talk worksheet.
  • If you have any questions now is the time.

50
Word Log Review
  • Last Weeks Words
  • Abhor-
  • to hate or detest.
  • Abstinence-
  • to refrain from something.
  • Abstruse-
  • hard to understand.
  • Acclaim-
  • to praise.
  • Accord-
  • to be in agreement.

51
Word Log Review
  • This Weeks Words
  • Animosity-
  • bitter hostility.
  • Antagonistic-
  • hostile.
  • Apathetic-
  • lacking interest.
  • Appease-
  • to bring peace, quiet, or calm.
  • Arbitrary
  • Determined by impulse or chance, without reason.

52
Quiz
  • Remove word logs and other items from your desk.
  • Once you have finished it is your time to
    silently read.

53
Exit Slip
  • Write me five sentences about your book ,
    including what has happened in your book so far
    and what is your opinion of this book?
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