Learning Objectives (pupil-friendly language). To read and enjoy the poem, then explore the main characters and consider why they acted as they did; can their actions be justified and do we see them as heroes or villains? Resources and lesson preparation required.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Notes. About the Poet.
Poetry Lesson 1: Using vivid, specific language, avoiding clichés, developing your voice, and creating a sense of place. Rationale: In poetry, everything is condensed, so when you choose your words, you want to make sure you pack a big punch. Avoid words.
This week, we are looking at two epyllia . Epyllia is the plural form of epyllion ; and epyllion literally means little epic . It s a useful word because it s short and snappy, and therefore very convenient; but in a way, you might find it more helpful.
T. S. Eliot Poems. The Four Quartets. Time present and time past Are both perhaps present in time future And time future contained in time past. If all time is eternally present All time is unredeemable. What might have been is an abstraction Remaining.
INSIDE THE WAVE. BY THE LATE POET AND AUTHOR. HELEN DUNMORE,NAMED. 2017 COSTA BOOK OF THE YEAR. Inside the Wave, Dunmore s tenth and final collection of poetry published just two months before her death in June 2017, announced as winner of the Costa Book of the Year.
ENGLISH 212: GRADUATE POETRY WORKSHOP. Instructor: Matthew Zapruder. Office Hours: Thursday1-3pm or by appointment, Dante 319N. Note: Please sign up for office hours on the list posted on my office door. I cannot make appointments or changes to appointments.
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Lewis Center for the Arts presents. A Reading with Poet Jenny Johnson and Writer Joy Williams. Award-winning writers open 2016-17 Althea Ward Clark W 21 Reading Series. Photo caption: Poet Jenny Johnson (left) and writer Joy Williams (right) will read.
Robert Frost Poetry Packet. Language A: Literature HL/SL. Poetry begins in delight and ends in wisdom. Writing free verse is like playing tennis with the net down. byRobert Frost. I found a dimpled spider, fat and white. On a white heal-all, holding up a moth.
P.A.S.T. /L.A.S.T. - Poetry Response Prompt. Sample Notes on Wordsworth's The World is Too Much With Us.
Invite students to read the first two lines of the poem with you. Ask students to discuss in their triads. Cold call students to share their responses. Ask students to paraphrase these If lines to put them into their own words.
POETRY CORNER. There s a man who owns a candle. And a man who has a match; They d like to get together. But alas there is a catch. For neither trusts the other. Not to steal the precious spark. So blinded and divided. They stay stranded in the dark. So let us draw a lesson.
Africa to African-American Poetry. Way down in Eygpt land. Tell old Pharoah. Let my people go! When Israel was in Eygpt land. Let my people go! Oppressed so hard they could not stand. Let my people go! Way down in Eygpt land. Tell old Pharoah. Let my people go! Thus saith the Lord. Bold Moses said.
Prof. Laura QuinneyEng220. Office hrs: T 12:30-1:30, F 10-11 and by appt. POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY. T1/23The Ancient Quarrel: Plato and the Poets. Plato, Ion and Republic 376e-398b, 595-608b. Murdoch, from TheFire and the Sun: Why Plato Banished the Artists.
7.LT-S.11.: Identify and analyze how an author's use of words creates tone and mood. 7.LT-C.2.: Analyze the literary techniques used by authors of fiction, poetry, or drama in the same historical period. 7.LT-T.4. Recognize multiple themes in a text and supply evidence from the selection.