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Sonnets

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Transcript of Sonnets

An Introduction into Shakespeare's Poetry
Sonnets
Figurative
structure
LANGUAGE
Did We...
Objectives
Sonnet 118
theme: love makes you eternal
figurative language
metaphor
personification
imagery and symbolism
volta : as long as the poem exists,
they never die
FIREWORK
theme
figurative language
metaphor
imagery
symbolism
Comparing Firework and Sonnet 18
SONNET 130
THEME:
IMAGERY:
DEFINITION OF PERFECTION:
VOLTA:
just the way your are
THEME
IMAGERY
DEFINITION OF "PERFECTION"
Contrasting Bruno Mars and sonnet 130
Sonnet 116
theme
figurative language
volta or big idea
THINKING OUT LOUD
theme
figurative language
volta or big idea
Comparing Ed Sheeran and Sonnet 116
Sonnet 145
What is the basic summary of Sonnet 145
theme
VOLTA
What Do You Mean?
theme
similarities to sonnet 145?

Fill in the Comparison Chart

Sonnet 71
What is the basic summary of Sonnet 71
theme
VOLTA
How does it compare to
"See you Again"
See you Again
How does this song compare to Sonnet 71?
theme
Figurative language
Fill out the Comparison Chart
Be Prepared to read your sonnet

Introduction to Shakespeare
Basic Vocab
LINE: UNIT OF WORDS DIVIDED IN A POEM. (FIVE FEET IN IAMBIC PENTAMETER)
RHYME SCHEME: THE PATTERN OF RHYMING WORDS IN A POEM
THEME: THE CENTRAL MESSAGE OR IDEA
VOLTA: DRAMATIC SHIFT IN THINKING OR EMOTION
STANZA: A COLLECTION OF LINES IN A POEM (PARAGRAPH)
Structure
FOURTEEN LINES IN THE SONNET
The lines are grouped into four parts: three quatrains and a couplet


A QUATRAIN IS A GROUPING OF FOUR LINES
Three Quatrains
Just like there are four quarters in a dollar, there are four lines in a quatrain.
COUPLET: TWO LINES
One Couplet
Just like a couple has two people, a couplet has two lines
Rhyme Scheme
A
B
A
B

C
D
C
D
E
F
E
F

G
G
Volta
Sonnet

iAMBIC PENTAMETER
to identify the parts of a sonnet
to identify the theme of a sonnet
to compare and contrast sonnets to modern works
to write reflections on our readings
to write an original sonnet
Iambic Pentameter Close-up
EACH LINE HAS 10 SYLLABLES
EVERY TWO SYLLABLES IS CALLED A "FOOT"




ALTERNATES UNSTRESSED AND STRESSED SYLLABLES
EACH LINE HAS FIVE FEET
"PENT" MEANS FIVE
Sonnet 18
Katy Perry- Firework
With A Partner
Fill in the Comparison Chart
Decide if the two works are more similar or different
Sonnet 130
JUST THE WAY YOU ARE-
BRUNO MARS
In your Groups
Fill in the Comparison Chart
Decide if the two works are more similar or different
Reflection
We see two contrasting definitions of love:
Shakespeare's "Honest love". He sees her faults, but still loves her unconditionally
BRUNO MAR'S INABILITY TO SEE HIS LOVE AS ANYTHING BUT PERFECT
WRITE A RESPONSE:
WHOSE LOVE IS STRONGER, PURER, OR MORE SUSTAINABLE
WHEN YOU CARE ABOUT SOMEONE (FRIENDSHIP COUNTS), DO YOU SEE THEM AS PERFECT OR IDENTIFY AND ACCEPT THEIR FAULTS?
what is figurative language?
personification
imagery
metaphor and similes
symbolism
personification
SONNET 116
THINKING OUT LOUD
With a Partner
Y
Fill in the Comparison Chart
Decide if the two works are more similar or different
Figurative Language when you use literary devices to say what you mean, rather than a literal representation of your thoughts
Literal example: It is cloudy today. (It is actually cloudy)
Figurative Language: A dark cloud followed her around all day. (Figurative: means she is sad.)
Gives a "not human" object human qualities
"THE SUN GLARED AT ME"
"THE WIND SCREAMED IN THE NIGHT"
AN OBJECT REPRESENTS MORE THAN ITSELF
Metaphor: A comparison between two things to demonstrate a quality about the original object or person
She is an angel
simile: a metaphor using "like" or "as"
example: He is like a hurricane in the morning
LANGUAGE THAT APPEALS TO THE FIVE SENSES
Figurative Language
Theme
metaphor: Shall I compare thee to a Summer's Day
personification: heaven's eye (sun) and death's shade (comparing death to a man with a shadow)
Imagery all throughout
symbolism: seasons as representation of joy, love, hope
"Thy eternal summer shall never fade"
The hope and joy never fades
Their love makes them timeless and eternal
Figurative Language:
Theme:What do you think is the theme?
There are many examples in "Firework."
metaphors +Imagery
What did you highlight?

How does his describe the woman
her hair?
her breathe?
her voice?
What does the Volta reveal?
What are some examples of figurative language here?


How does Bruno describe his lover?
her hair?
her smile?
her eyes?
Sonnet 116 is one of the most quoted, timeless sonnets.
Identify two lines from sonnet 116,
explain why these ideas are still meaningful today.

Reflection Writing
Sonnet 145
What do You Mean?
Sonnet 71
See You Again
identify the parts of a sonnet
identify the theme of a sonnet
compare and contrast sonnets to modern works
write reflections on our readings
write an original sonnet
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