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Carlos' ELA Project: A poem experience
Transcript of Carlos' ELA Project: A poem experience
That part put an image in my head of what was going on. Why I chose this poem As previously mentioned , I heard this poem, and it made me laugh. I found it very amusing. It was one of my top 3 poem, all of them were funny. Another reason that i chose this one over the others, is because it used a viarity of language, instead of using the same language. It also used a lot of imagrey. A Poem Experience Results Video Reaction: First Reaction By Carlos Rosario My selected poem: Daddy fell into the pond
By: Alfred Noyes Through out this presentation, I will recite my poem, then include a video reaction, then what my first reaction was. Then I will put in some more stuff, continue to see what comes next! Now Playing: Daddy fell into the pond.
(recited by carlos rosario) How this poem effected my life This poem didnt really impact my life that much....
It just gave me something to laugh about :) Press Play To play the video How this poem uses poetic devices Daddy fell into
the pond Sensory Language: "Everyone grumbled. The sky was grey. We had nothing to do and nothing to say. We were nearing the end of a dismal day"
Aspects of narrative poetry It has a setting (pond). It had a problem (dad fell in the pond) Except the plot seems incomplete. I feel that it lacks some details; which keeps it from being a full narrative poem Inspired by the poem:
Daddy Fell Into the Pond
by: Alfrey Noyes