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+ Poetry English
+ Poetry Forms You Will Create! n Haiku n Cinquain n Diamante n Rhyming n Free Verse
+ Poetic Devices n Alliteration- the initial sounds of a word, beginning either with a consonant or a vowel, repeated in close succession. n Assonance- the close repetition of similar vowels, usually in stressed syllables, in neighboring words n Metaphor- is a figure of speech that directly compares seemingly unrelated subjects
+ Poetic Devices n Onomatopoeia- the use of words whose sounds seem to express or reinforce their meanings n Personification- attributing human qualities or actions to animals, inanimate objects or abstract ideas n Simile- a comparison in which one thing is identified with another, linked by the words “like” or “as”
+ Poetic Devices to Identify… n simile metaphor n personification imagery n onomatopoeia alliteration n end rhyme internal rhyme n assonance consonance
+ Poetry Book Contents… n Choose 3 poems by published authors. n Create 5 original poems- use 5 different types of the poems types explained in class. n Link your poems together by theme- theme is a recurring element or message. What do your poems have in common? n Label 5 poetic devices found in any of your 8 poems. Write the definition for each of these terms. n Include 5 illustrations to highlight theme and meaning in your poetry book.
+ What’s a Footnote? ! n A footnote is additional* information to support the text. It can be found at the bottom of the page outside of normal text. A starred marking within the text shows what the footnote relates to. *Additional can mean supplementary or extra.
+ Footnote Example A Time To Talk by Robert Frost When a friend calls to me from the road And slows his horse to a meaning walk, I don’t stand still and look around On all the hills I haven’t hoed, And shout from where I am, What is it? No, not as there is a time to talk. I thrust my hoe in the mellow ground, Blade-end up and five feet tall, n And plod: I go up to the stone wall* For a friendly visit. *Tall/ Wall- End Rhyme- similar sounding words at the ends of lines in a poem
+ Poetry Book Cover n Your Name n Theme/ Recurring Subject n English, Class Period n Eye Catching Illustration!
+ Table of Contents n Title this page “Table of Contents. ” n List the poems in order. n Include page numbers. Table of Contents "I’m Not Lonely" -Nikki Giovanni "Fire and Ice" -Robert Frost Page 1 Page 3
+ Theme? ! n Theme: The central message in a literary work; the author’s intended message. n Example Themes. Love Conquers All Celebrating Nature Joy Found in Simple Things Importance of Friendship
+ Poetry Book Rubric Points Possible Points Earned n Table of Contents 10 ______ n 5 Illustrations 10 ______ n 5 Original Poems 25 ______ n 3 Published Poems 20 ______ n Literary terms (Footnotes) 25 ______ n Theme ______ n Total 10 100 ______
+ cinquain A cinquain is a five-line poem that describes a person, place, or thing with a focus on syllable structure. Cinquain poems have the following pattern: n Line 1………… 2 syllables n Line 2 ………… 4 syllables n Line 3 ………… 6 syllables n Line 4 ………… 8 syllables n Line 5 ………… 2 syllables
+ Haiku Poetry Pattern: Example: 1 st Line: 5 syllables Slowly the moon smiles. 2 nd Line: 7 syllables It makes his eyes dance wildly. 3 rd Line: 5 syllables He winks at the stars.
+ Diamante dessert a one-word title, a noun cold, creamy two adjectives eating, giggling, licking three -ing participles cone with three scoops ice cream a phrase a synonym for your title
+ Rhyming Poem “Fire and Ice” by Robert Frost Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I've tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To know that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice.
+ Free Verse Poem “The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Willams so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens.