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  • Poetic Devices Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center
  • “ Women Work” by Maya Angelou
    • Read the poem
  • “ Women Work” by Maya Angelou
    • Read the poem
    • Write a response in your notebook.
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” How many stanzas are in “Women Work?” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together.
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Do rhyme scheme for “Women Work”
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme Watch/catch
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme Watch/catch Masculine Rhyme
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme Watch/catch Masculine Rhyme Single syllables correspond: can/ran; descend/contend
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme Watch/catch Masculine Rhyme Single syllables correspond: can/ran; descend/contend Feminine Rhyme
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Stanza Two or more ideas-like a paragraph, grouping like ideas together. Rhyme Use of matching sounds in two or more words Imperfect Rhyme Slant rhyme; ex: wing/caring Eye Rhyme Watch/catch Masculine Rhyme Single syllables correspond: can/ran; descend/contend Feminine Rhyme Two syllables: ocean/motion
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas On her white breast a sparkling cross she wore Which Jews might kiss, and infidels adore.
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas The four eng -ineers Wore orange brassieres.
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxD4rz7bYXg
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas Find an enjambment in “Women Working”
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas Repetition
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas Repetition Repetition of a sound, syllable, word, phrase, line, stanza, or metrical pattern is a basic unifying device in all poetry.
  • Poetic Devices: “Women Work” I looked upon the rotting sea , And drew my eyes away; I looked upon the rotting deck ,And there the dead men lay. Terms Definitions Enjambment The breaking of a phrase or sentence by the end of the line, or between two stanzas Repetition Repetition of a sound, syllable, word, phrase, line, stanza, or metrical pattern is a basic unifying device in all poetry.
  • Poetic Devices: “To Beat the Child Was Bad Enough”
    • Get into groups of two
    • Each person read the poem out loud
    • Fill out the poetic device worksheet together