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Transcript: The Catalog Catalog Structure Structure A literary device used in poetry and prose to give us a list of things and create a rhetorical effect. Writers use it to make a list of multiple thoughts in a unified form. However, the poet's do not add Catalogs randomly, and they are well thought. The "list" is deliberately inserted to make the audience enjoy the conventional style of poetry. Example Characteristics Characteristics It reads like a list which can be sentences OR phrases The list is connected thematically in some way; it is NOT just a random list There's often repetition "Goblin Market" by Christina Rossetti Example Raymond Carver Was an American short story writer and poet. He was a major writer of the late 20th century and a major force in the revitalization of the American short story in literature during the 1980's. He was the son of a violent alcoholic, which carried into his own life. His struggles with alcohol lead to his resignation as a full-time lecturer at the University of Iowa and a divorce from his first marriage. Many of his poems touch on the themes of fatherhood, anxiety, and the American Dream. He died from lung cancer in 1988. He was 50 years old. Raymond Carver Bio George Ella Lyon Born April 25, 1949 from Harlan, Kentucky. First published in 1983 a poetry collection called "Mountain". Aside from that, she has taught writing at numerous colleges such as Radford University and University of Kentucky. She currently teaches writing through workshops, conferences, and author visits. George Ella Lyons Visual Reading Gwendolyn Brooks Born on June 7, 1917, she was a well-known and influential African-American poet, author, and educator. She was also the first Black woman to be a poetry consultant to the Library of Congress. At a young age, Brooks already started writing and knew she wanted to be a writer, drawing inspiration for the characters in her poetry from her urban neighborhood of Chicago and from and from an African American perspective. Gwendolyn Brooks We Real Cool U4 EA2 Poetry Anthology Your Final Will be a collection of 5 different poems, covering FIVE different styles You will incorporate them into a presentation-like format (PowerPoint, Powtoon, Prezi, Sway are all examples) Must have visual(s) also that describe what is going on in each poem Due Tuesday, May 26th by 11:59 p.m. on TEAMS


Transcript: Inuit snow shoes are made so you can walk through the heavy snow, breaking through the weight. It is also a tradition and the Inuit people have been wearing these for generations. Everyone's favourite thing- food, we supply. Not only is the bone, flesh, and fur beneficial for many things, we eat the meat. For example, we have a fine collection of walrus, whales, and fish. Walruses are caught by a group of people and are beneficial because the fat keeps our bodies warm. Fish are an excellent source of protein and gives us energy. Whales are great because they can feed an entire community for a long period of time because of their blubber and meat. All parts of the seal is used- its rich fat/blubber, to eat, make into clothes, and seal oil is popular. Seal oil is the oil extracted from the leather. It is used for lamp fuel, cooking, and lubricants. Decorative and spiritual landmarks made in the likeliness of humans- inukshuks. Kayak- a boat made with skins covering most of it and a whole in the centre for a person to sit in. Whale Men fishing for food supply (fish) Soapstone is a large rock used to carve things out of, for example the seal in the photograph above. It is used for traditional and craft purposes. Animal Products Soapstone Food Snowshoes Boots made of caribou hide Caribou hide mittens to keep you warm This catalog shows you the various shelters, clothing, and food you can choose from to the easiest way of getting through our extreme cases. Seal and seal oil Food Inuit Catalog: The Guide to Trendy Survival These tents, used for the summertime as shelter, are made from the best caribou hide and is sure to keep you safe. Our igloos are for the wintertime when you are need of the best- from small spaces (the enclosed area will give you warmth) to igloos for the family, they are ensured to allow the flow of body heat to warm you. Parka made out of caribou hair Housing Other Choose from our variety of housing! Winter parkas are just the thing needed in harsh, extreme, winters we have. The animal hide and skins wrap around the body and the hood covers and protects the head properly. The cold cannot get in. Umiak-an open boat made with skin stretched over its wooden frame. Winter parka Winter pants Clothing The essential component used for survival in the Inuit is the caribou fur- like the fur used in this parka. It is also spiritual and tradition to use it. Fur boots keep you warm and is a key factor in survival. These boots are tall, warm, and made from sealskin and caribou hide. No part of the body can be left exposed; these caribou hide mittens are perfect for keeping frostbite away. Walrus From tipis in the summer to igloos in the winter, we have it all! Our thick snow pants are perfect for keeping body heat within the pants and have been used in journeys through bitter weather.

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