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Hemrick Unit 7 lessons
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Hemrick Unit 7 lessons

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  • 1. Unit 7 Lessons <br />Poetry<br />
  • 2. Unit 7 Lesson 1<br />In this lesson, you will view a PowerPoint presentation on poetry terms. You can print off the PowerPoint slides to keep as a reference as you work through this unit.<br />To analyze a poem’s design – the reader will focus on the form, rhetoric, syntax, and vocabulary displayed in the poem that is being read.<br />
  • 3. Unit 7 Lesson 2<br />In this lesson, you will be learning how to analyze a poem using TPCASTT.<br />You will be viewing a PowerPoint presentation on this method. Again, you can print off the slides for future reference as you work through this unit.<br />T – title<br />P – paraphrase<br />C – connotation<br />A – attitude (tone)<br />S – shift<br />T – title again<br />T - theme<br />
  • 4. Unit 7 Lessons – check your understanding<br />You will be taking a short assessment to demonstrate your understanding of material covered in these lessons.<br />Remember that out of is a preposition.<br />Suddenly is an adverb that is used as an introductory adverb phrase.<br />An appositive renames the subject – you will find an appositive is normally set off with commas. <br />Sam, in the brown shirt, is my best friend.<br />In the brown shirt is the appositive (set off in commas).<br />

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