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I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
I Wonder - Elements
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    • 1. ELEMENTSI Wonder
    • 2. STYLE AND LANGUAGEThe poet’s style is conversational and personal.There are six stanzas and each stanza has a couplet that rhymes.It creates a powerful continuity of the mysteries of naturequestioned relentlessly by the child who is eager to know.
    • 3. PersonificationAnd told Who lightsthe trees the starsto take a when they rest blow out Themes : An object being given a human quality
    • 4. A word repeated for emphasisWHO WHY3 times 2 times
    • 5. VISUAL IMAGERY• The image of trees resting (line 4)• The image of stars being lit and blown out (line 7)
    • 6. VISUAL IMAGERY• The image of flashing lightning (line 8)• The image of the painted rainbow (line 9)
    • 7. VISUAL IMAGERY• The image of someone hanging up the clouds so high (line 10)
    • 8. S Y M B ‘grass, wind, birds, tree O s, moon, stars‘Dad’ symbolises lightning, rainbow andthe adult who is L fluffy clouds’ supposed to be symbolises the S wonderful creations of knowledgeable nature
    • 9. MOOD TONE • being happy, captivated andi. Wonder child-like innocence as she explores the many elements in natureii. Curiosity • She is awed by nature and ponders by asking questions. Theiii. Innocence many questions posed relate directly to her curiosity.iv. frustration and • Towards the end, the speaker shows slight disappointmentdisappointment when her many questions are not answered by her father.
    • 10. •‘ rass is reen’•‘ irds to uild’
    • 11. It is the voice of an adult
    • 12. The speaker is not a Nature lover
    • 13. The speaker is an observant person
    • 14. The speaker is bright and inquisitive
    • 15. There are no answers to his questions
    • 16. The speaker is asking nonsensical questions
    • 17. Many natural phenomena cannot beexplained
    • 18. The poet, the speaker and persona are thesame person
    • 19. The persona is in awe of the beauty andpower of Nature
    • 20. The persona thinks that his father cananswer his question
    • 21. THE MENTAL PICTURES1 The green grass 2 The bird’s nest 3 The trees4 The ‘not quite round’ moon
    • 22. THE MENTAL PICTURES5 The stars 6 The lightning 7 The rainbow8 The fluffy clouds
    • 23. What is the thing that cannot be seen?
    • 24. How does the persona know it exists?
    • 25. What is the thing that cannot be located?
    • 26. WH words used in the poem
    • 27. 1st Word 2nd Word green seen nest rest RHYMESround found WITH out about sky highsuppose knows

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