comparison analysis in ONE of the following ways a A five paragraph Essay b A 5

Comparison analysis in one of the following ways a a

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comparison analysis in ONE of the following ways: a. A five paragraph Essay b. A 5-6 Slide Power Point or Google Slide Presentation Choose one of the 2 project options from above. Then, use the questions below to help you complete your project. Your project should discuss the similarities and differences between the text version of the poem and the song version of the poem. Your project should, at its most basic, answer the questions below: How does the meter of the poem change, if at all, when it is presented in song form? Does the original poem have a meter that lends itself well to song lyrics? How, if at all, is the poem changed or presented differently as a song? Why might the artist have made changes to the poem? Does the poem take on a different meaning in song form than in poetic form? Essay Option : Your essay should: Be five paragraphs Should follow capitalization, spelling and grammar conventions Should be thesis-driven and have an introduction, body, and conclusion. Be sure to include specific examples from the text and the song to support your claims. MAKE SURE THAT YOU UPLOAD YOUR ESSAY AS A SEPARATE ATTACHMENT IN ADDITION TO THIS DOCUMENT. Powerpoint or Google Slide Option: Your Presentation should: Be at least 5-6 slides in length Be written in paragraphs that cover a well-organized discussion of the similarities and differences between the two versions of the poem Should follow capitalization, spelling and grammar conventions Should include a wide use of graphics, images, and colors to keep the presentation engaging. 3
MAKE SURE THAT YOU UPLOAD YOUR SLIDES AS A SEPARATE ATTACHMENT IN ADDITION TO THIS DOCUMENT. Evaluation Your teacher will use these rubrics to evaluate the completeness of your work as well as the clarity of thinking you exhibit. Task 1: Reflecting on a Poem's Form Criteria Distinguished (4 points) The student accurately scans the meter of the stanza he or she studied. The student correctly states the rhyme scheme of the stanza he or she studied. The student insightfully reflects on the relation between the form and the content of the stanza he or she studied. The student convincingly relates the form of the stanza to a genre. Proficient (3 points) The student scans the meter of the stanza he or she studied with a few errors. The student correctly states the rhyme scheme of the stanza he or she studied.

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