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Intro to TPFASST
Transcript of Intro to TPFASST
7th Grade Language Arts Topic: How to Analyze Poetry Materials on desk:
1. AR Novel
2. Writing Utensil
3. AR Menu and Journal Entries Setting Purpose What will we be doing today? Opening Scan the AP Literature prompt independently.
How would you begin to ANALYZE the poem?
Then turn and talk to a partner about how you would answer this question in high school. Bell Ringer Essential Question: How does an author's use of figurative language enhance the reader's experience with from "Dreams" by Paul Laurence Dunbar and "Dreams" by Langston Hughes? Objective: TODAY WE WILL BE
IN ORDER TO
I'll Know I've Got it When Analyzing Literary Devices Understanding the connection between figurative language and the main idea TPFASTT I can compose a response that compares two speakers' perspectives on a topic with evidence from the poems. How to Analyze Poetry USE TPFASTT
Title (again :) )
Theme Shared Reading:
by Langston Hughes I Do (Mr. Diaz)/We Do
Follow along as I use TPFASTT to ANALYZE the poem. How does the author use literary devices to create a melancholy mood? Support with evidence from the text. Agenda 1. Bell Ringer: Independent Reading
2. Setting Purpose
3. Opening: Glimpse into the Future
4. Introduction to Poetry Analysis (TPFASTT)
5. Shared Reading: "Dreams" by Langston Hughes
6. Differentiated Instruction
a. TLC: Cause and Effect
b. CC: FOCUS Assessment
c. IC: from "Dreams" and TPFASTT
7. Wrap-Up: Exit Slip and Review EQ an·a·lyze
1. to break down
2. to closely examine to uncover hidden meaning Homelearning Complete a TPFASTT for the poem "Harlem" and come prepared to discuss as bell ringer.
Happy Friday :) !! Dreams
Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That cannot fly.
Hold fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
Frozen with snow.
by Langston Hughes About the poet...
Langston Hughes wrote from 1926 to 1967. In that time he wrote more than 60 books, including poems, novels, short stories, plays, children's poetry, musicals, operas, and autobiographies. He was the first African American to support himself as a writer, and he wrote from his own experience.