Poetry Bellringer #1 4/22/14 - scott.k12.ky.us

Poetry Bellringer #1 4/22/14 - scott.k12.ky.us

Poetry Bellringer #1 4/22/14 DIRECTIONS: Use your Poetic Elements notes from yesterday to help you identify which figurative language element is being used in each example. Explain why you think it fits the characteristic you chose. 1. Summers ardent rustling / is like a festival outside my window. 2. The whiskey on your breath / Could make a small boy dizzy 3. Ten thousand (daffodils) saw I at a glance, / Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. / The waves beside them danced; but they / Out-did the sparkling waves in glee Todays Target: I can recognize and apply poetic

devices when analyzing and interpreting texts. Poetry Bellringer #2 4/23/14 1. In todays lesson you will analyze a poem called Those Winter Sundays. Think about what this title means to you. Write two to three sentences describing a typical winter Sunday at your house. 2. What do you think the poem might be about? Todays Target: I can recognize and apply poetic devices when analyzing and interpreting texts.

Poetry Bellringer #3 4/23/14 1. What does the son in the poem Those Winter Sundays learn in adulthood about love? 2. What is one example of imagery from the poem? What sense did this example of imagery appeal to? Todays Target: I can explain how the speakers tone is developed through the poets use of diction, imagery, and details.

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