 The Sonnet (write down only what is bolded):  It is a poem of fourteen lines, usually iambic.  The Petrarchan, or Italian, sonnet contains eight lines

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<p>Warm Up 12/1</p> <p>The Sonnet (write down only what is bolded):It is a poem of fourteen lines, usually iambic.The Petrarchan, or Italian, sonnet contains eight lines of meaning, followed by six. The rhyme scheme (different from Shakespearean): ababcdcd and cdecde.The Shakespearean, or English, sonnet is more precise. It uses this rhyme scheme: ababcdcdefefggThere are two basic formats :The problem is given in first two quatrains (8 lines), dealt with tentatively in the last quatrain, and solved summarily in the couplet, orThe situation is developed through one example from each couplet, and concluded in the rhyming couplet.The part after which the sonnets context changes in purpose is known as the turn. Warm Up 12/7To read examples of the sonnet.To use the SIFT method to analyze these poems.To determine the theme of each poem and to fill out the chart.Learning TargetsLet me not to the marriage of true mindsAdmit impediments. Love is not loveWhich alters when it alteration finds,Or bends with the remover to remove:O no; it is an ever-fixed mark,That looks on tempests, and is never shaken;It is the star to every wandering bark,Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken.Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeksWithin his bending sickle's compass come;Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,But bears it out even to the edge of doom.If this be error and upon me proved,I never writ, nor no man ever loved.-Willy S.</p> <p>Sonnet 116SYMBOLS (write down all objects you see and think of what they could symbolize)IMAGERY (think of each of the five senses see, hear, smell, taste, touch) and write down each image that this poem evokes.FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE (look for fig. language that is most important to the meaning of the poem)TONE (identify words that give the reader a clue to the tone of the poem).Sonnet Billy CollinsDetermine the THEME of each poem. Add both yesterdays and todays poems to the chart that you started Monday in your journal.</p> <p>Independent WorkTitleThemePoem TypeEvidenceOn My First SonOde to My SocksMy Ex-HusbandSonnet 116American SonnetREQUIREMENTS:A group oral presentation, based on your assigned poetic form, composed of the following:Thorough research efforts that are shared to the class in a complete, clear, and interesting manner.A visual, such as PowerPoint, to share your compiled data with the rest of the class.A recitation and analysis of a poem done by each of the students.Strong presentation skillsAn MLA Works Consulted sheet for each groupPoetic Form Group ProjectGroups Period 3AubadeRyanJordanKatelynPastoralEricVictoriaEli M.BalladJoeSaraMatt M.SestinaBrendanKate L.Jacob M.HeatherVillanelleHunterLukeHannahOde SamiMiaAgnesBen</p> <p>ElegyAustinCareaseEthanDramatic MonologueClaytonChristianEli P.Maddie S.</p> <p>SonnetJakeKate F.MaxEmmaAubadeBrockLiam Fitzg.HaileyRyanPastoralAsiaLiam Fitzp.LucasBalladJacksonAndreDavidMadi V.SestinaWilsonMarissaMadi M.IsraelVillanelleAlexDanielKeatonOde ClaudiaChrisKendallTrevorElegyDonnelleJuliaNicoleDramatic MonologueEverettAlexandria MollySethSonnetJustinCaleighCodyGroups Period 4Groups Period 5AubadeTylerKaitlynRioElijahPastoralSaleemMadisonTatyanaMarcusBalladJustinAlexSydneySestinaAntonioJohnAliviaVillanelleMissyMichaelAnitaMorganOde AustinBramLaurenLanieElegyJaredIzaakAliciaDramatic MonologueBrianaConnerCalebSonnetChasityTristonBrandon</p>