INTRODUCTION TO ANTHOLOGY

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					INTRODUCTION TO ANTHOLOGY

            Aims of lesson
     Introduce terms of anthology
   Be able to name at least 6! of the
         poems in cluster one
Poetry spelling list
   Rhythm          Simile
   Rap             Metaphor
   Haiku           Sound
   Poem            Alliteration
   Poetry          Onomatopoeia
   Limerick        Personification
                    Stanza
                    repetition
Why do people create poems?
   Remembering events (historical)
   To give their views on an controversial
    issue
   To discuss an aspect of the society they
    live in
   To talk about their culture
   To “teach” about their own
    lives/experiences
Limerick …. definition
   A limerick is a form of nonsense verse
    with a strict rhyme scheme (aabba).

   You can write a limerick about anything
    and you can make it as silly or as funny
    as you want!
Limericks
A remarkable fellow from Weston
Had nearly fifty feet of intestine
Though reported a success
In the medical press
It wasn’t much good for digestion.
There was an old man from Darjeeling
Who travelled by train up to Ealing
It said on the door
“Please don’t spit on the floor”,
So he carefully spat on the ceiling.
There was a young man from ______
Who _______ his ___________
One day in the sun
________ __________
And he never worked out ________
Limerick words to use
Tashkent         Trent                Kent             Ghent

Wrapped up, covered painted fastened

Car         bike             dog             cat

With some scent      in a tent         that was bent       with cement

It turned blue           it ran off          it glowed it blew up

For some fun       Like a gun         for a bun     with a Nun

Where it went      its intent         why it went      what it meant
Haiku….Definition
   This is a traditional Japanese verse-
    form. It consists of three lines, which
    together add up to seventeen syllables
    (sounds or taps).

   The first five lines contain five syllables,
    the second line has seven and the third
    line has five
Haiku
   A haiku is described as a short
    SNAPSHOT poem, which captures a
    particular moment or feeling.
Bruised Plum sunset sky,
Wind and bitter white-horsed sea,
Solitary star.
                             John Kitching

Shapes fluttering high
Bright coloured kites with streamers
Watching eyes look up.
Write your own Haiku
(in 17 words!)
You can write about anything! Here are
 some suggestions

Autumn Winter Snow Leaves
School friends fireworks fear
Onomatopoeia

   Onomatopoeia is the use of sound
    words. Words that sound like the
    things they describe. Poets often use
    onomatopoeia.
Match these onomatopoeic to
the things they describe
   Thwack       Someone falling into a
                  pool
   Buff
                 A bomb going off
   Purr         Someone hitting a
   Crunch        tennis ball
   Pop          A punch
   Flop         A happy cat
                  Someone walking on
    Boom
              

                  dry leaves
                 A champagne cork
                  shooting out
Think of your own
onomatopoeic words for…
   A gunshot
   A door slamming
   A fierce lion
   Someone drinking through a straw
   Someone walking in mud
   A glass breaking
   Sausage cooking in a pan
   Someone eating crisps
   A car running into another car
   Someone tearing a piece of paper.
Copy and finish this poem
I Like music

The   twang of guitars
The   ______ of drums
The   clash of ______
The   ______ of ______
The   _____ of ______
Similes
   When we use a simile we say that one
    thing is like or as something else. We all
    use similes without realising it.

He’s as thick as two short planks.
She’s got a face like the back of a bus.
She’s as fat as a pig.
Copy and complete the
following poem


We are as noisy as __________
We are as clever as ___________
We are as beautiful as __________
Alliteration
Alliteration is the repetition of letters and
sounds for effect. It is often used by authors
and poets. The effect can be:

spooky – the silver spider slowly slided towards
her.

funny – oh buzz off you big, blue faced baboon.
Complete this counting poem!
   ONE waggly walrus won a wet wager
   TWO trustful tigers tumbled out for tea
   THREE thin thrushes thumped a thick
    thief.
Poems you will be looking at
   You will be studying poems from
    different cultures, these are about
    aspects of history, personal
    experiences, viewpoints and arguments
    with regard to different cultures, people
    and ways of life.

				
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