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Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
Module 1 - What Is Poetry
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Module 1 - What Is Poetry

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P-12 Learning Module No. 1 for Students taking "Exploring the Elements of Poetry" Online Course

P-12 Learning Module No. 1 for Students taking "Exploring the Elements of Poetry" Online Course

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  • 1. What is Poetry? Instructor: Willony Barclay
  • 2. Welcome!
    • Welcome to Exploring the Elements of Poetry!
    • Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about this module or the course.
    • May you have a happy journey into becoming future poets!
  • 3. In this Module,
    • To fully complete it, make sure that you:
    • Read Module 1: What is Poetry? (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Read and review over the "The Language of Literature: Poetry," SlideShare PowerPoint Presentation website.
    • Copy to a Word document, highlight, and review over your own definition and examples, with a partner, of diction, imagery, point of view, figurative language, symbolism, plot events, main idea, tone, mood, syntax, sound, form, and structure of poetry.  Add this to your Poetry Portfolio.
    • Read page 525 (Poetry: Introduction) of Scholes, Klaus, Comley, & Silverman's, "Elements of Literature."
    • Read poems on pages 592, 596, 602, 606, 613, 618, 624, and 631 of Scholes, Klaus, Comley, & Silverman's, "Elements of Literature."
  • 4. Read in your Textbook
    • Read and review over the " The Language of Literature: Poetry " SlideShare PowerPoint Presentation website.
      • http://www.slideshare.net/mspata/poetry-powerpoint-1204716
  • 5. “ The Language of Literature: Poetry” Key Outline (In Order, from the Left Column to the Middle, and the Right Column)
    • Allusion
    • Symbolism/
    • Symbol
    • Paradox
    • Oxymoron
    • Metonymy
    • Limerick
    • Cinquain
    • Diamante (Diamond)
    • Ballad
    • Haiku
    • Stanza
    • Rhyme: End and Internal
    • Rhyme Scheme
    • Labeling Rhyme Scheme
    • Alliteration
    • Assonance
    • Simile
    • Metaphor
    • Personification
    • Onomatopoeia
    • Hyperbole
    • Poets on Poetry
    • Nine Misconceptions of Poetry
    • What is Poetry?
    • Two Types of Language in Poetry
    • Speaker
    • Theme
    • Diction
    • Imagery
    • Meter and Rhyme
    • Verse and Refrain
  • 6. Module 1 Vocabulary
    • Copy to a Word document, highlight, and review over your own definition and examples, with a partner, of the following words:
    • Add this to your Poetry Portfolio.
      • tone                
      • mood
      • syntax
      • sound 
      • form
      • structure of poetry
      • diction
      • imagery
      • point of view
      • figurative language
      • symbolism
      • plot events
      • main idea
  • 7. Read from your Textbook
    • Page 525 (“Poetry: Introduction”) of Scholes, Klaus, Comley, & Silverman's, "Elements of Literature."
  • 8. Read Poems from your Textbook
    • Pages 592, 596, 602, 606, 613, 618, 624, and 631 of Scholes, Klaus, Comley, & Silverman's, "Elements of Literature."
  • 9. Grading System
    • Unsatisfactory
    • The student does not show a clear understanding of the module 1 requirements; Appropriate headings are missing, Tasks were not submitted by the due date and/or additional requirements were not met (such as did not list partner’s name with Module 1 Vocabulary definitions, Definitions not complete, “Language of Literature: Poetry” Key Outline is not complete, Did not read pages from the textbook and/or PowerPoint Presentation).
    • Satisfactory
    • The student shows a clear understanding of the module 1 requirements; Appropriate headings are found, Tasks submitted by the due date and any additional requirements met.
  • 10. Other Helpful Resources
    • Poets.org
    • PoetryArchive.org for Students
    • Wikipedia – Definition of Poetry
  • 11.  

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