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Interpreting Mood of a Poem

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  1. 1. Interpreting the Mood of a Poem January 14, 2015
  2. 2. Word Centipede! The teacher will give you a word. Use the last letter of the word to write a new word and so on and so forth. The student with the most number of correct words wins. You can write any word as long as it belongs to the English language. Separate each word with a hyphen.
  3. 3. Word Centipede! Example: Given word: pie elephant TIP: THE SHORTER THE WORDS, THE MORE YOU CAN WRITE! – triangle – easy – yawn – nail…..
  4. 4. Word Centipede! Given word: feelings
  5. 5. TIME’S UP!
  6. 6. REVIEW
  7. 7. Review Read sample A and sample B. Compare both examples and identify their differences and similarities.
  8. 8. Sample A I feel sad. I’m surrounded by people on the outside but I still feel alone on the inside. Sample B Wandering with a masked soul, my heart is empty yet filled with sorrow These feet mimics the cries of mercy Darkness, come to me; Darkness, get away from me; Darkness you’re all I see. Review
  9. 9. What does your mom say when… ▪ you play too much computer/video games? ▪ you spend too much time on the internet? ▪ How do you feel about it? When you were younger, who were you closer to? Mom or dad? ▪ Who do you go to when you’re hungry? ▪ When you get hurt while playing? ▪ When you get scared?
  10. 10. Watch the video carefully. Be ready for follow-up questions.
  11. 11. My Mother I have the finest mother That any boy could have; She cleanses all my scratches, And binds them up with salve
  12. 12. She fixes all my clothes, And doesn’t mind at all If I’ve torn my shirt Or outgrown it 'cause I’m tall.
  13. 13. She helps me with my lessons, And takes the greatest pain To be sure I understand them, And my interest doesn't wane.
  14. 14. She welcomes all my friends, And lets us use her stuff; Poppin’ corn and makin' candy, Till we've had enough.
  15. 15. She teaches me of God, And helps me understand The way to live; To gain a home in heaven's land.
  16. 16. No, I wouldn't trade my mother For all the jewels on earth; 'Cause there is no way to tell, What an awful lot she's worth.
  17. 17. Interpreting the Mood of Poem A poem sparks a feeling or an emotion in a reader. It may be a feeling of sadness, fear, joy, inspiration, longing, excitement, etc. This feeling is called the mood of a poem. The mood is the overall feeling of the poem. This can be shown through the words used in the poem.
  18. 18. GROUP WORK Divide yourselves into 6 groups. Think of an unforgettable moment wherein you really felt the love of your mother. Create a short skit to present your work.
  19. 19. ASSIGNMENT Write a poem dedicated to your mother. Apply what you’ve learned in the elements of poetry, its kinds, and the mood of a poem. It can be about anything:  how much you love her;  how thankful you are for her;  how sorry you are for being naughty sometimes, etc. Have your poem signed by your mom and submit it in the next meeting.
  20. 20. RECAP 1. What would life be if poetry did not exist? 2. Should one student learn how to write a poem? Why?

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