Types of Poetry - Poetry Lesson 5
Lesson 5 of 10
Objective: SWBAT identify narrative poetry.
To begin today, I will display the poem "The Highwayman" on the SMART board, and invite students to come up and mark responses as we discuss yesterday's assignment.
Next, the lesson for today continues with the poetry Powerpoint. Today we will move through slides 46-49 with two types of poetry that tells stories. The slides are somewhat self explanatory. *Note that the powerpoint must be downloaded in order to view correctly.
I have uploaded this powerpoint to Edmodo for student access both in and out of class. Those who do not have access at home can also print a copy from their classroom computer. This type of access allows students who are home sick or have been out to access the material easily.
As we read/listen to example poems, we will discuss the number of lines, sound devices, and figurative language to apply what we have been learning.
To wrap up class today, I will ask students to start a new journal entry about the types of poetry.
"Your next journal entry should be titled, "Types of Poetry". List both types reviewed today. Then, define and give an example of each.