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Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Let them reflect on the importance of recognizing and performing roles in life. Invite them to ask questions about it. They are to read each statement closely and search for the missing letter as suggested by each statement. I am the first letter of right.
I have the sound of sea. What kind of role in life a. You like best? What are your talents or things you can do well?
Give reasons for your choices. Give comments. They inspire people because they have achieved something special in the field that interest s them also.
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Give feedback. Why is it important to recognize my roles in life? How can I perform my roles in life effectively? Allow them to set, write and share their expectations on this lesson. For YOUR TEXT phase, tell them that This phase will crystallize their knowledge and understanding of their target concepts and skills through deeper exploration of the poem in focus.
DRAFT April 2, Doubtlessly, ytheoknow that appreciating a poem is like appreciating a picture, photo, illustration or drawing. Prove your point. Ask them to mull on the following points. Reading a poem paves the way to making meaning in life. It allows you to share certain experiences.
Oftentimes, you find you share something in common to that experience that makes the poem meaningful. This is when you think back and recall a time when you have much in 4 5. The poem speaks to you as you explore human condition. List them in your vocabulary notebook and have them as entries in your word bank. And then the justice, In fair round belly with good caper lined, With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, Full of white saws and modern instances; And so he plays his part.
The sixth age shifts 20 Into the lean and ,slippered pantaloons, With spectacles on nose and pouch on side; His youthful hose well saved, a world too wide 5 6. Last scene of all, That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.
Some poems are full of words that are fun to say aloud. You can express the meaning of the words by reading them aloud and you can use your voice to express their meaning. Stress the words properly. Use appropriate stress and produce the correct sounds of the letters that make up the words. For Group 1 Looking for Rhymes, emphasize that rhyme is part of what we mean when we say poetry is musical. When the ending sounds of words are repeated, we call it as rhyme.
Rhyming words do not appear only at the end of the lines end rhyme in poems, but they may appear within the line internal rhyme.
But one thing is sure, each poem captures moments in time , feeling, thoughts and experiences. Share their findings with the other groups. The hissing of the snake made me shoo it away. The bubbling brook breaks Invite the learners to read the poem aloud once more, and watch out for words that suggest sounds of movements, actions and meaning.
Share your findings with the other groups. Some late visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door E. The descriptions help in making sense of the poem. A lyric poem that tells a story. These powerful words give hue to important messages. What comprise the seven ages of man or stages in life of man according to the poem?
What describe the school boy attitude toward school? How do you feel about these pictures of childhood? How are the two related?
http://senrei-exorcism.com/images/web/cellphone-skype-tracker-motorola-moto-z4.php What other comparison are used in the poem? Which are examples of metaphor? Which are examples of simile? What other acceptable descriptions of old age can you think of? In the last line of the poem, the word SANS is repeated. What do you think is the purpose of repeating it four times? Repetition is a central part of poetry that adds to the enjoyment of a poem. Words, phrases or lines are repeated to serve a purpose. List them. What effect does it give in the description of the last stage of man?
For Group 7 How are the seven ages of man described by the persona? Do you think the persona has a great understanding of the universal experience of man performing a role in each stage? Which lines describe the roles in life that man performs? Under what circumstances it may be better to be young rather than be old, or vice versa, in performing roles in life? How does the poem make you feel about the importance of recognizing and performing a role in life effectively? How does the poem make you think of the importance of recognizing and performing a role in life effectively?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of not recognizing and performing your roles in life? What would be the most effective way of performing your role in life? Invite them to do Task Remember that there are many ways you can express agreement or disagreement. Consider your possible responses to the aforementioned guide questions.