Tuesday- Review Structures of Poetry+ More Devices

  1. Quick review of structure of a poem
  2. Metonymy and Synecdoche lessons :Metonymy and Synecdoche worksheet-
  3. Device practice. identifying poetic devices-
  4. Sound Device practice:
  5. BTW- Test on Monday instead: poetic devices and the two poems we will analyze on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Monday- Project time+ Poetry

 

  1. Finish project
    1. if it is a podcast, please email me the file with the name “Podcast, Your name”
    2. If it is a poster, be sure to have your name on it. Is it coloured? Is it easy to read? Do you have connections and questions for it? On the back of your poster, answer the following question: What have you learned about the effect of discrimination on a person/society? What can we do to minimize the negative effects?
  2. Narrative Essay!!! Narrative Essay gr 10
  3. First Nation Story Telling

Monday- Grammar and Poetry

  1. Review of the movie. Analyze the motivation of Neal’s father. Why does he not allow Neal to pursue acting? How do the various characters “seize the day”? According to Mr. Keating, why should we study poetry?
  2. No Red Ink Quiz- log on and get going
  3. When you are done, check your answers for the poetry worksheet. Corrections?
  4. You can also start quizzing yourself (poetry test on Friday) on the definition of the words by using quizlet: https://quizlet.com/340761443/poetry-terminology-11-flash-cards/
  5. Metonymy and Synecdoche lessons :Metonymy and Synecdoche worksheet-
  6. Types of poems: Types of Poems-
  7. Worksheet for “Types of Poems” Types of Poems- worksheet

Wednesday-Thursday

Dead Poet’s Society- Question: how does Mr. Keating encourage the boys to find their own identity? When one is not allowed to be their own identity, to follow their own path, what effect does it have on a person?

  • Corrections for persuasive overdue. Be sure to add an image, the tag and the title of your essay. Also include two things you are proud of and two you would like to improve for next time.
  • No Red Ink- some of you still need a lot of work on dialogue, colons, semi-colons, and parallelism. There are new practice exercises on No Red Ink. Test on Monday, April 29th!!
  • Narrative Essay corrections- corrections, image, TAG: NarrativeX (or A), reflections- due Monday, April, 29th. 
  • Poetry worksheet- due Monday, April 29th. 

Tuesday- What is poetry?

 

This week:

  1. Corrections for persuasive due tomorrow. Be sure to add an image, the tag and the title of your essay. Also include two things you are proud of and two you would like to improve for next time.
  2. No Red Ink- some of you still need a lot of work on dialogue, colons, semi-colons, and parallelism. There are new practice exercises on No Red Ink. Test on Monday, April 29th!!
  3. Narrative Essay corrections- corrections, image, TAG: NarrativeX (or A), reflections- due Monday, April, 29th. 
  4. Poetry worksheet- due Monday, April 29th

Poetry today: https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/instagram-poets-rupi-atticus-1.4946225

Poetic Devices for Grade 11:poetry_terminology_11-

New Poetry Terms for Grade 11 Poetic Devices for grade 11-

Worksheet to practice the poetry terms: Device Worksheet-

Quizlet for Poetry Terms: Quizlet for Poetry Terms 11

There will be a test on these terms in about two weeks!!!!

Thursday- Narrative Essay is DUE

Persuasive Essays returned!! To get the full 5 marks for the corrections and reflection, do the following:

a. Do the corrections on your original document

b. “Add document” on a post

c. Title is “the title of your essay”

d. Reflect on the blog (not the document): two things you did well on this essay, two things you want to improve for next time

e. add an image. I like pretty blog posts 🙂

f. TAG: Persuasive451

g. Due Wednesday!!!!!

Narrative Essay

By 3:00 today. If you can have it finished by the end of class, I will print for you. If you need the time, you are responsible for printing it out for me by 3:00.

Late assignments means -5%

No Red Ink Quiz on Tuesday!!! (Parallelism, Quotes, colons and semicolons)