The Language of Poetry
The Language of Poetry:
* develops the student's ability to read and evaluate poetic texts of many kinds
* includes activities, commentaries and extensions to each extract
* covers a variety of poetic language, ranging from songs, advertisements and spoken language to the more traditional forms of the sonnet, ode and free verse
* includes poetry from Philip Larkin, Maya Angelou, Dylan Thomas and Tony Harrison.
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A.E. Housman Activity Text adjectives African answer Anthem for Doomed Benjamin Zephaniah binaries Burns Carrion Comfort century Commentary contrasts daffodils death Deor's Lament Doomed Youth e.e. cummings Emily Dickinson English extract from Sonnets fear final line flowers give heart idea John Keats John McRae kind permission language last line Light Brigade line 11 line 9 line length look Lord Randal Miss Pushpa move movement negative Poem xv poet Poetry Project Porphyria's questions Reprinted by kind Reprinted by permission rhyme scheme rhythm Robert sense Simon Armitage sing Song sound speaker stanza syllables syntax T.S. Eliot tell tense thee thing Thomas thou tone Unit verb verse viii voice W.B. Yeats W.H. Auden Waving But Drowning whole poem Wilfred Owen William Shakespeare William Wordsworth woman words written xvii ygUDuh Yuh Hear Bout
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Writing to Learn: Poetry and Literacy across the Primary Curriculum
No preview available - 2002