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Title: Good Morning!


1
Good Morning!
  • Please grab both worksheets on your way and write
    down your homework.
  • Have quick write journals vocab books

2
Poetry
  • Language written in lines with strong rhythm and
    images
  • Example Any poem you know

3
Stanza
  • A group of lines in a poem that fit together.
  • _____________
  • _____________
  • _____________
  • _____________
  • _____________

4
Narrative Poem
  • A poem that tells a story
  • Example Casey at the Bat

5
Lyric Poem
  • A shorter poem that has strong imagery and shows
    a particular feeling or thought.
  • Example The Road Not Taken

6
Elegy
  • A mournful poem usually focusing on the death of
    someone famous or close to the writer.
  • Example O Captain, My Captain by Whitman about
    Lincoln

7
Literal Language
  • The actual, dictionary meaning of a word
    language that means what it appears to mean

8
Figurative Language
  • Language used in a special way to create a
    special effect
  • Example Put your heads together

9
Simile
  • A comparison between two unlike things using like
    or as.
  • Example his hoofbeats were like miniature
    thunder

10
Metaphor
  • A comparison between two unlike things
  • Example
  • Morning is a new sheet of paper to write on

11
Hyperbole
  • Extreme Exaggeration for effect
  • Example I have thousands of errands to do.

12
Personification
  • Giving human traits to inanimate objects,
    animals, or feelings.
  • Example The sun smiled on the happy walkers

13
Good Morning!
  • Please take out your homework and open up to your
    poetry term glossary.

14
Oxymoron
  • Literary technique in which two contradictory
    words come together for a special effect
  • Example Jumbo shrimp

15
SOUNDS OF POETRY
16
Rhyme
  • Words have the same end sound
  • Example hat and cat

17
Internal Rhyme
  • Rhyme within a line of poetry
  • Example Once upon a midnight dreary, while I
    pondered weak and weary

18
Rhyme Scheme
  • The pattern of rhyme in a poem.
  • Example next slide

19
Example
  • ABCB in
  • It doesnt breathe
  • It doesnt smell
  • It doesnt feel
  • So very well.

20
Rhythm
  • The pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
    the beat
  • Example I wandered lonely as a cloud

21
Onomatopoeia
  • The sound of a word matches its meaning
  • Example snap, crackle, pop

22
Alliteration
  • Repetition of the same consonant sound or letter
    at the beginning of words close together.
  • Example Sickly Silence

23
Repetition
  • The same words or lines repeated for emphasis
  • Example And miles to go before I sleep,
  • And miles to go before I sleep

24
Refrain
  • The repetition of a line or phrase of a poem at
    regular intervals, especially at the end of each
    stanza
  • (chorus of any song)

25
Symbol
  • Concrete or real object used to represent an idea
  • Example Bird Freedom

26
Good Afternoon!
  • Please take out your vocabulary book and open up
    to page 117.
  • Please separate your desks in order to get ready
    from the quiz.

27
On the back of your quiz, please write the
following three headings
  • p. 120
  • _______________
  • _______________
  • p.121
  • _________________
  • _________________
  • p. 123
  • _________________

28
Please take out your term glossary to finish up
our terms.
29
Mood
  • The feeling the reader gets from a piece of
    writing atmosphere
  • Example happy, eerie, gloomy

30
Tone
  • Authors attitude toward the subject
  • Example serious, sarcastic

31
Allusion
  • A reference to a familiar person, place, thing,
    or event.
  • Example America, Land of opportunity

32
Your task
  • Write a poem where you have one of the following
  • Mood
  • Tone
  • Allusion
  • GOOD LUCK!

33
Tone, mood, allusion???
  • The dreary, dark demon haunted us today,
  • His eyes pierced me with an evil gaze,
  • The smoke filled tunnel was his lair,
  • Where no one left without a dare
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