Assignment 1.5 Life in Love Poety Presentation

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Throughout Lesson 1, you have explored the many ways in which authors use elements of poetry to communicate the meaning of a poem. Now, you have an opportunity to share what you know and do so in a multimedia format. You may choose any multimedia presentation tool you would like. Here are some possibilities:

Powerpoint Prezi.com SlideDog.com Sway

Animoto.com Slideful.com Powtoon.com YouTube.com

IN YOUR MULTI-MEDIA PRESENTATION YOU WILL USE A WELL-KNOWN POEM OR SONG LYRICS. (It cannot be something written by you or a friend.) Do not use a Haiku or Tanka, as they are too short. Make sure you selection allows you to find the following information which will go into your presentation. Also, be sure to see the sample presentation link below.

POETRY PRESENTATION GUIDE

(Your presentation should include all the following.)

1

Title and Author (Spelled correctly)

2

Theme (accurately stated in a complete sentence) Write a about the message the poem is trying to convey.

3

Form (correctly identified, with an example to show the form) Choose from the Types of Forms explained below.

4

Sound Device 1 (accurately identified) Choose from the Types of Sound Devices explained below.

5

Sound Device 1 (quote from poem provided)

6

Sound Device 2 (accurately identified)

7

Sound Device 2 (quote from poem provided)

8

Figurative Language 1 (accurately identified) Choose from the Types of Figurative Language explained below.

9

Figurative Language 1 (quote from poem that shows it)

10

Figurative Language 2 (accurately identified)

11

Figurative Language 2 (quote from poem that shows it)

12

Visual Appeal (include images that fit with the poem’s theme)

Forms of Poetry:

Narrative – poem that tells a story

Epic Poem – long, narrative poem about heroic deeds

Ballad – a song with a plot oftentimes about love

Lyric – no plot; rather just the speaker’s feelings on a topic

Ode – commemorative in nature; a poem often written to something or someone ex. Ode to a Grecian Urn

Elegy – somber toned poem, lament for the dead

Sonnet – very specific formed poem that has 14 lines and focuses on a central idea

*DO NOT choose a haiku or tanka. They are too brief.

Types of Sound Devices:

Alliteration – repetition of consonant letter at the beginning of adjacent or nearby words. (Example: Peter Piperpicked a peck of pickled peppers.)

Assonance – repetition of vowel sounds within adjacent or nearby words.

(Example: So old it is that no man knows how and why the first poems came.

Consonance – repetition of consonant sound with adjacent or nearby words.

Example: Pitter and patter/chuckle, fickle, kick)

Rhyme – Rhyming words have a different beginnings, but the same middle and ending sounds.

(Examples: dreary/wearly, rapping, tapping, song/wrong)

Types of Figurative Language:

Metaphor – comparison between two unrelated items that share common characteristics.

(Example: Love is a rose.)

Simile – comparison between two different things using “like” or “as”

(Example: Her kisses are like wine. She is as innocent as an angel)

Personification – giving an idea, thing, or animal, human characteristics

(Example: The sun smiled down on us.)

Sensory details – details that reflect the 5 senses - visual, auditory, oral, touch, smell)

Examples:

  • Sight. Blurry, dim.
  • Sound. Cheer, shriek
  • Touch: bumpy, chilly
  • Taste: bitter, delicious
  • Smell: foul-smelling, fragrant

Hyperbole – Exaggeration for effect

(Example: He was 10 feet tall. Her smile was a mile wide.)

NOTE THAT FOR VISUAL APPEAL, YOU MUST INCLUDE SEVERAL PICTURESTHAT REFLECT THE THEME OF THE POEM. (These can be used as backgrounds for your slides or video, or can be put elsewhere in the presentation.)

See the attachment for a SAMPLE POETRY PROJECT



SEE THE LINK BELOW FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT.

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The Fairy Ring By Eugene Thornton The Fairy Ring Oh, have you seen the fairies dance Upon a SUmmer’S night? And watched the gnomes and pixies prance Whene’re the moon is bright? ‘tiS splendid fun to see them run As soon as it grows light. On evening sister May and I WenT out soon after ten: The moon hung like a ball on high Above the fairy glen, And round and round upon the ground Danced fays and eflin men. And there at dawn, they leave behind A ring of toadstools wee (Where they have danced yoU’ll always find This mark for folks to see). Then off they fly into the sky Just as the clock strikes three. Theme The Theme of The Fairy Ring by Eugene Thornton is that magic exists all around us, you just have to look to find it. Form of Poetry The Form of Poetry of this poem is narrative poetry. It tells a fictional story about how the author and his sister May discovered a fairy glen. Sound Devices The author uses Assonance and Rhyme. Assonance Example : Oh, have you seen the fairies dance Upon a SUmmer’S night? And watched the gnomes and pixies prance Whene’re the moon is bright? ‘tiS splendid fun to see them run As soon as it grows light. Many words in this section uses a long O. Rhyme The rhyme scheme of this poem is ababcb. Example : On evening sister May and I WenT out soon after ten: The moon hung like a ball on high Above the fairy glen, And round and round upon the ground Danced fays and eflin men. Figurative Language The author uses a simile and sight sensory in this poem. Simile Example : The moon hung like a ball on high. The author is comparing the moon to a ball on high. Sensory : Sight Example : And watched the gnomes and pixies prance. The author uses the sight sense to engulf the reader into what he is seeing through the poem. The End By Hannah Riggs 1/4/2019 ...
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Tutor Answer

Crespo
School: University of Virginia

Kindly look at the file below. The files contain complete work of your assignment. Let me know if you need any clarification.

LIFE IN LOVE
BY ROBERT BROWNING

Title and Author

•Title : LIFE IN LOVE
•AUTHOR: ROBERT
BROWNING

LIFE IN LOVE
Escape me?
Never--Beloved!
While I am I, and you are you,
So long as the world contains us both,
Me the loving and you the loth While the
one eludes,
must the other pursue.
My life is a fault at last, I fear:
It seems too much like a fate, indeed!
Though I do my best I shall scarce
succeed.
But what if I fail of my purpose here?
It is but to keep the nerves at strain,
To dry one's eyes and laugh...

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