2/2-2/6 DLP

2/3/2015 Read and studied my first Sonnet work as a class and in table group to continue studying and applying Poetry vocab to the authors’ we study Understand the poetic elements Will apply ,my knowledge of poetic elements and sonnet structure to another Sonnet QW: looking at Sonnet 29 Iambic Pentameter
Sonnet 43 Analysis
SAR: What is the most Important emotion expressed in Sonnet 43
2/2/2015 Studied the historical elements that permeated the Elizabethan era work as a class and in table group to continue studying and applying Poetry vocab to the authors’ we study Understand the poetic elements I will examine the structure of sonnets and analyze my first shakespearian sonnet Sonnet Form Notes
Sonnet 29 rewrite
Sonnet 29 Relate SAR
2/4/2015 Examine sonnet 43 work as a class and in table group to continue studying and applying Poetry vocab to the authors’ we study Understand the poetic elements Will apply ,my knowledge of poetic elements and sonnet structure to another Sonnet QW: How did WS use poetic elements in this work?
Analyze and rewrite Sonnet 18 (most famous Sonnet)
SAR: What about this poem makes it WS’s most often quoted sonnet?
2/5/2015 Studied yet another sonnet work as a class and in table group to continue studying and applying Poetry vocab we create Understand the poetic elements and poetic forms begin to craft my own sonnet that matches the parameters set forth by Shakespearean sonnets QW: what will be the hardest part of writign my own sonnet
Sonnet Work Time
Progress Check: Theme and stanza 1 with rhyme scheme ideas for 2,3,4
2/6/2015 Started writing my own sonnet continue working independantly to complete my poem Understand the poetic elements Apply the poetic elements as I see them in the text and use them in creating my own works Status Check
Sonnet Work Time
Written/illustrated Sonnet Due
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