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  1. Project

  2. Introduction As a member of writers at a local publishing firm, Po-Etree, Inc., your working classmates and you have studied many literary terms. You have analyzed short stories. Now your editor-in-chief is looking to publish a collection of poetry. By the end of the poetry project, you will create a poetry booklet.

  3. Poetry Review Poem – a piece of writing that is written in lines and often uses figurative language and imagery and often has rhythm and sometimes rhymes lines - similar to paragraphs found in prose speaker - narrator in a poem https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/what-is-poetry/

  4. Task 1: Guide to Poetry

  5. Discover “What Do You Need to Know About Poetry?” by either . . . Viewing Powernotes @ http://my.hrw.com/la3/la09/student/notes/powernotes/gr8/flash/col_ppts/col_7/lit/g8c07_lit.html Please click on downward facing arrows for more information and volume buttons. OR Reading “What Do You Need to Know About Poetry?” in Elements of Literature textbook pages 670-673. Task 1: Guide to Poetry Slide 1 of 3

  6. Task 1: Guide to Poetry Slide 2 of 3 2. Handwrite definitions for poetic elements and types of poetry using resources. Definitions for 8 types of poetry: narrative, ballad, epic, lyric, sonnet, ode, elegy, free verse Definitions for 19 poetic elements: rhythm, refrain, rhyme, internal rhyme, end rhyme, couplet, approximate rhyme, rhyme scheme, alliteration, assonance, onomatopoeia, imagery, symbol, simile, metaphor, personification, stanza, hyperbole, idiom Resources Elements of Literature Handbook of Literary Terms 978-993 Elements of Literature textbook pages 670-673, 676-677, 683, 689, 697, 703, 715, 725, 737, 741, 746, 751, 759, 767

  7. Task 1: Quiz Slide 3 of 3 3. Take a quiz on poetic elements and types of poetry on Friday, January 11, 2019. Quizlets Poetic Elements https://quizlet.com/174592119/poetic-elements-flash-cards/ Types of Poetryhttps://quizlet.com/_2wee0m

  8. Task 2: Poetry Analysis

  9. Task 2: Poetry Analysis Slide 1 of 3 • Discover “What Reading Skills Help You Understand Poetry?” by either . . . Viewing Powernotes @ http://my.hrw.com/la3/la09/student/notes/powernotes/gr8/flash/col_ppts/col_7/rdg/g8c07_rdg.html. Please click on downward facing arrows for more information and volume buttons. OR Reading “Which Reading Skills Help You Understand Poetry?” in Elements of Literature textbook pages 676-677. 2. Take Reading Skills Quiz on Monday, January 14, 2019.

  10. Task 2: Poetry Analysis Slide 2 of 3 • Read all poems from the Collection 7 list below. Use red literature book. Make sure you read Preview the Selections, Read with a Purpose, and Build Background introductory material prior to reading each poem. It will HELP you! “Birdfoot’s Grampa” by Joseph Bruchac (pgs. 684-685) “My Mother Pieced Quilts” by Teresa Palomo Acosta (pgs. 690-694) “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (pgs. 704-710) “The Cremation of Sam McGee” by Robert W. Service (pgs. 716-721) “Casey at the Bat” by Ernest Lawrence Thayer (pgs. 726; 730-733) “Ode to Thanks” by Pablo Neruba (pgs. 742-744) “Out, Out—” by Robert Frost (pgs. 760; 762-763)

  11. Task 2: Poetry Analysis Slide 3 of 3 4. Choose 2 poems from the previous list to analyze, and complete a Poetry Analysis Sheet for each poem. Get copies of the handout from your teacher. Read and follow directions on analysis sheets.

  12. Task 3: Original Poem

  13. Task 3: Original Poem Slide 1 of 3 • Read “Poetry and Prose: What’s the Difference?” by clicking on the following link. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/p-as_docs/PoetryandProse.pdf.

  14. Task 3: Original Poem Slide 2 of 3 2. View the following two tutorials to learn more about 2 types of poetry. Lyric poetry @ http://my.hrw.com/la3/la09/student/levelup/lit243/shell.html Free Verse poetry @ http://my.hrw.com/la3/la09/student/levelup/lit247/shell.html

  15. Slide 3 of 3 Task 3: Original Poetry 3. Choose to write either lyric (a rhyming poem expressing personal feelings) or free verse (non-rhyming) poetry, and write one multi-stanzaoriginal poem in that style using the details that follow. • Within your poem, use at least 5 different poetic elements from the Task 1 list. Identify and label your poetic elements in your original poem. Rhythm, rhyme scheme, and stanza do not count as part of your 5. Any kind of rhyme counts as only one poetic element. • Title your poem by the type of poem it is (Lyric or Free Verse). • Type your original poem and label the poetic elements. • Word choices are crucial to writing poetry! Use a thesaurus to change ordinary words to more sophisticated ones. 4. Submit original poem to turnitin.com to check originality. See teacher for directions of turnitin.com.

  16. Task 4: Reflection

  17. Task 4: Reflection 1. Write or type a paragraph (at least 6 sentences) reflecting on the process of analyzing and writing poetry. Be sure to have a topic sentence, at least four supporting details, and a concluding sentence. Reflections may discuss what you liked or disliked about the project, whether you will read or write poetry again, difficulties you may have experienced, activities you thought were too easy, etc. 2. Revise and edit your reflection paragraph.

  18. End Product • In your folder, find your Rubric/Checklist (copied back to back). • Go through the checklist and check off each completed item. Complete any missing work if needed. • Review the rubric to see if you need to make any changes to your poem, reflection, or format.

  19. End Product After completing all 4 tasks, you need to assemble all tasks to create a booklet that includes the following in this order: • Cover with Graphic, Name, and Creative Title for Poetry Book • Task 1: Guide to Poetry • 19 Poetic elements defined • 8 types of poetry defined • Task 2: Analyzing poems • 2 analysis sheets • Task 3: Original Poetry • 1 poem with labeled 5 poetic elements • Task 4: Reflection • 1 Paragraph

  20. Enrichment IF YOU FINISH BEFORE THE END OF THE PROJECT, YOU ARE NOT DONE WITH POETRY. COMPLETE THE “POETRY FUN PRINTABLES” AND “POETRY FUN LINKS” IN ANY ORDER. THESE CAN BE FOUND ON MY WEB PAGE. You may also write your own poetry. You are not working on math or Spanish, etc., because we are not done with POETRY.

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