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work on spoken word or poem analysis (due tomorrow)
Poetryinvoice.com find a poem
poetry analysis pp rubric-1llp8j7: Use “Analyzing poetry” to build your response, but these are the basics:
1. why you chose the poem
2. Discuss the theme of the poem (how the poet uses devices, word play, tone, etc to create meaning)
3. How does the poem connect to you, life, and personal philosophy.
No Red Ink: Quiz on commonly confused words
Infographic work block: Mr. Barazzuol here for A block to check in
Inforgraphic due Monday
Poetry final Monday
No Red Ink-finish capitalization quiz, silent read when done
Infographic work block-Mr. Barazzuol here tomorrow to introduce how to for Infographic. You should have your 4 square analysis done/finished this block, the next step of research is to add in more context about meaning and purpose of Secret Path (background info, info about artist, historical context, map, etc)
No Red Ink: finish units, begin capitalization quiz
Mark Sam McGee questions
Infographic work time- first, get the lyrics for your song, analyze-both on the lyrics, and using the 4 square
Mr. Barazuol here Tuesday to begin Inforgraphic.
Sonnet translation for Sonnet XVIII
Sonnet XV: Metaphor, Personification, Paradox- highlight these as you discover them
Analysis of Sonnet XV
Illustrate Poetic devices due- #poeticdevices a or b
Group analysis of poem, you will be in a new group, each person will share their analysis, after all have read the poem. You need to take notes.
Answer these questions about the poem “Richard Cory”
What is the relationship between Richard Cory and the speaker?
How does rhyme and meter move the poem forward?
What does the poem suggest about envy?
What does the poem suggest about privilege?
Group analysis: you will be given a poem to analyze with your group. You must cover all the 4 areas of the 4 square guide.
Each group member will branch off on Monday to teach their poem to a new group