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AP 12 Poetry!

Posted: March 3, 2017 in Notes and Literary Terms, Poetry

BanksyTypes of poetry notes can be found here: Types of Poetry  and the identification examples we did can be found here: Poetry Identification Practice (2)

Sound devices and figurative language notes can be found here and here and here

We’ll be doing oodles of awesome poetry the next few weeks, so you’re not going to want to miss class, but in case you do, check the Google calendar and read those poems, any of which could be found pretty easily with a web search.  We’ll typically be doing a poem with M/C, a poem with short answer, and a poem with discussion each day.  For each type of poem we do, you may alternately write your own in that style instead of the short answer questions.  For example, we’re doing sonnets for three days, but if write one, you don’t have to do the short answer questions for those three days . . .

essay memeHere is a document I gave out during the first week of school on the basics of essay writing including introductions and conclusions, thesis formation, organization, quote integration, and MLA citations: Essay Writing Overview

(A PDF version can be found here: Essay Writing Overview)

We’ll be writing all year, so it’s a good idea to keep this information handy.  There is also a wealth of information on the internet and I highly recommend Purdue OWL as a reference.  It has a detailed MLA guide as well as advice on how to write everything from a resume to a research paper.

Sound Devices

Posted: September 8, 2013 in Notes and Literary Terms

The sound device Power Point from class can be found here: sound devices

Or a text version for those who don’t have Power Point or want an easily printable version: sound devices text

Or if you can view it in a super big phone and tablet compatible version by clicking below

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Here’s the powerpoint from class: figurative-language-terms

A text version can also be found under “more” with good examples, although it’s not organized as neatly.

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