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Welcome!  Language ArtsMs. MarekWednesday, February22, 2012
Independent Reading      Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ    READ READ READ
Schedule Wednesday Sound Elements Thursday  Setting and Mood Friday    Tone and Word Choice  • ALL WEEK: Meetings during r...
OBJECTIVE            SWBATanalyze sound            elements of poetry that            contribute to meaning
Objective 3.A.4.c: Analyze soundelements of poetry that contributeto meaning    Mastery Scores on unit test:    Team Yal...
Poetry Rapid Review Take 3 minutes to write down  everything you remember about  poetry Do these words jog your memory? ...
Poetry Rapid Review Take 3 minutes to compare your list  with your neighbor Create a venn diagram to compare  and contra...
Sound Features   Alliteration     – Repetition of the same or similar sounds at the        beginning of words            ...
Sound Features   Consonance     – the repetition of consonants that sound the same                                   Dark...
Sound Features   Assonance    – the repetition or a pattern of similar vowel      sounds               From The Bells, Ed...
Sound Features   Onomatopoeia    – words are used to imitate sounds                   Tick tock! Tick tock! The clock is ...
Sound Features   Repetition     – Words and / or phrases are used multiple times in       a poem     – Stresses important...
Sound Features and Meaning It’s great that we can identify sound features The next level is thinking about how poets  us...
Harlem Hopscotch by Maya AngelouOne foot down, then hop! It’s hot.Good things for the ones that’s got.Another jump, now to...
My Grandmother Is Waiting for Me to Come Home by Gwendolyn BrooksMy Grandmother is waiting for me to come home.We live wit...
BCR   Explain how the author uses sound    features in “Harlem Hopscotch” to    emphasize the main idea of the poem?
BCR   Explain how the author uses sound    features in “My Grandmother Is Waiting    for Me to Come Home” to emphasize   ...
REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!
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  • What is the form? Is there a rhyme scheme? Are there any breaks from the rhyme scheme?Which lines rhyme? Why?Is there alliteration? Assonance? Consonance?Is there repetition? Why?How about onomatopoeia?
  • What is the form? Is there a rhyme scheme? Are there any breaks from the rhyme scheme?Which lines rhyme? Why?Is there alliteration? Assonance? Consonance?Is there repetition? Why?How about onomatopoeia?
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    1. 1. Welcome! Language ArtsMs. MarekWednesday, February22, 2012
    2. 2. Independent Reading Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ READ READ READ
    3. 3. Schedule Wednesday Sound Elements Thursday Setting and Mood Friday Tone and Word Choice • ALL WEEK: Meetings during reading • FRIDAY: CELEBRATIONS
    4. 4. OBJECTIVE SWBATanalyze sound elements of poetry that contribute to meaning
    5. 5. Objective 3.A.4.c: Analyze soundelements of poetry that contributeto meaning  Mastery Scores on unit test:  Team Yale: 58.5%  Team Princeton: 61.4%  Team Harvard: 46.2%
    6. 6. Poetry Rapid Review Take 3 minutes to write down everything you remember about poetry Do these words jog your memory? – Rhyme scheme – Sonnet – Onomatopoeia
    7. 7. Poetry Rapid Review Take 3 minutes to compare your list with your neighbor Create a venn diagram to compare and contrast your lists!
    8. 8. Sound Features Alliteration – Repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning of words She sells sea shells by the sea shore Peter Piper picked a peck of picked peppers. How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?
    9. 9. Sound Features Consonance – the repetition of consonants that sound the same Dark deep dread Lady lounges lazily
    10. 10. Sound Features Assonance – the repetition or a pattern of similar vowel sounds From The Bells, Edgar Allan Poe Hear the mellow wedding bells, Golden bells! What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! Through the balmy air of night How they ring out their delight! From the molten-golden notes, And an in tune, What a liquid ditty floats
    11. 11. Sound Features Onomatopoeia – words are used to imitate sounds Tick tock! Tick tock! The clock is ticking! The bees are buzzing in the garden.
    12. 12. Sound Features Repetition – Words and / or phrases are used multiple times in a poem – Stresses important words / phrasesCaptain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship hasweatherdevery rack,the prize we sought is won, The port is near, the bells I hear, thepeople all exulting,While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring;But O heart! heart! heart!O the bleeding drops of red, Where on the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead.O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells; Rise up- for you the flag is flung- for you the bugle trills,
    13. 13. Sound Features and Meaning It’s great that we can identify sound features The next level is thinking about how poets use these sound features to create meaning
    14. 14. Harlem Hopscotch by Maya AngelouOne foot down, then hop! It’s hot.Good things for the ones that’s got.Another jump, now to the left.Everybody for hisself.In the air, now both feet down.Since you black, don’t stick around.Food is gone, the rent is due,Curse and cry and then jump two.All the people out of work,Hold for three, then twist and jerk.Cross the line, they count you out.That’s what hopping’s all about.Both feet flat, the game is done.They think I lost. I think I won.
    15. 15. My Grandmother Is Waiting for Me to Come Home by Gwendolyn BrooksMy Grandmother is waiting for me to come home.We live with walnuts and applesin a one-room kitchenette above TheSome Day Liquor Gardens.My Grandmother sits in a red rocking chairwaiting for meto open the door with my key.She is Black and glossy like coal.We eat walnuts and apples,drink root beer in cups that are broken,above TheSome Day Liquor Gardens.I love my Grandmother.She is wonderful to beholdwith the glossy of her coal-colored skin.She is warm wide and long.She laughs and she Lingers.
    16. 16. BCR Explain how the author uses sound features in “Harlem Hopscotch” to emphasize the main idea of the poem?
    17. 17. BCR Explain how the author uses sound features in “My Grandmother Is Waiting for Me to Come Home” to emphasize the main idea of the poem?
    18. 18. REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!
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