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Option 1-Directions and Example Template for Visual Compare and Contrast Poetry Presentation4.pptx

Create a Compare-and-Contrast Visual Poetry Presentation (50 points)
Create a 5-slide visual presentation comparing-and-contrasting the poems “Sonnet 55”
and “Love is Not All” that we studied in Unit 4 (and covered in Live Classes).
Poetic aspects you can choose from to compare &amp; contrast in your slideshow are: Structure/Form of the poems: Comparing rhyme scheme and Contrasting the punctuation used in each poem. Devices/Techniques of the poems: Comparing imagery and Contrasting the themes of
the poems.
ATTENTION! Fill out the following template slides (in your own style/design effects,
etc.) OR open a blank, new PowerPoint but still follow the directions on this slideshow Introduction Slide/Section—Slide #1:
•Create your own title for your presentation and design your introduction slide using your own unique style/font.
My Example (You create your OWN title and fill in the rest of the info):
Similarities and Differences between “Love is Not All” and “Sonnet 55”
Visual Presentation by: (type your first and last name here)
Class: Mrs. Fitzsimmons/English 2A
Date: (type the date when completing the assignment)
•Search Google images for an image that represents the overall topic well and then insert (copy/paste) the image
below.
Example: (IMPORTANT! Delete this example image once you have found your own image to paste) •Then cite it! Follow these instructions:
Any Images you bring into your presentation must be cited. Underneath your pasted image type the
following: “Image retrieved from” and then paste the website address of where you borrowed the
image. Example: Image retrieved from https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/love-is-not-all/ Similarities in Poem Structure/Form:
Compare the rhyme scheme of the poems! Structure/Form in “Sonnet 55”
Fill in the blank: In “Sonnet 55,” the rhyme scheme is _____.
The effect of this rhyme scheme on readers is ______. Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4 lines
from the poem that show the rhyme scheme, then
paste your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank below, and
then add citation that follows the quote which shows
the lines the quotes came from. Ex: “___” (lines 4-8).
Fill in the blank: The quote that reveals/shows/demonstrates
this rhyme scheme is when the author states “________.”
(lines 9-12). Structure/Form in “Love is Not All”
Fill in the blank: In “Love is Not All,” the rhyme scheme
is ________, which is like Poem #1 because _____. The
effect of using this rhyme scheme is______.
Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4 lines
from the poem that show the rhyme scheme, then
paste your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank below, and
then add citation that follows the quote which shows
the lines the quotes came from. Ex: “___” (lines 4-8).
Fill in the blank: The quote that demonstrates the
rhyme scheme is found in the following lines:
“_________” (lines
). Add an Image for this slide that represents the
main idea of this slide (rhyme scheme) and
Image retrieved from:
then cite the website where you retrieved the
NOTE:image.
After you are finished filling out the commentary and quotes, DELETE the PROMPTS/DIRECTIONS to de-clutter and make it yours Differences in Poem Structure/Form:
CONTRAST the use of Punctuation in the poems! The marks used to show long pauses and short pauses in writing (periods, semicolons, colons, commas, etc.). They can result in a variety of effects:
dramatic, serious, thoughtful, lively, etc. Structure/Form in “Love is Not All” Structure/Form in “Sonnet 55”
Fill in the blank: In “Sonnet 55,” the punctuation marks
the author commonly uses are ____, which has the
effect of making the poem_____. Fill in the blank: In “Love is Not All,” the punctuation
pattern is slightly different from poem #1 because it
______. This has the effect of making the poem________. Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4
lines from the poem that show the rhyme scheme,
then paste your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank
below, and then add citation that follows the quote
which shows the lines the quotes came from. Ex: “___”
(lines 4-8). Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4 lines
from the poem that show the rhyme scheme, then paste
your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank below, and then
add citation that follows the quote which shows the lines
the quotes came from. Ex: “___” (lines 4-8). Fill in the blank: The punctuation pattern in this poem
can be seen in the following lines: “____” (lines ____).
Add an Image for this slide that represents the
main idea of this slide (Punctuation) and then
cite the website where you retrieved the image. Fill in the blank: The punctuation pattern difference in
this poem can be seen in the following lines: “_______”
(lines _____). Image retrieved from: Similarities in Poem Devices/Techniques:
Compare the use of imagery! Imagery is using any of the 5 senses to evoke a physical response from readers) Devices/Techniques in “Love is Not All” Device/Techniques in “Sonnet 55”
Fill in the blank: In “Sonnet 55,” The poem uses imagery
to describe____ for the reader. This has
the effect of ______. Fill in the blank: “Love is Not All” also uses imagery
by describing ______. This has the effect of_______. Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4 lines
from the poem that show the rhyme scheme, then paste
your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank below, and then
add citation that follows the quote which shows the lines
the quotes came from. Ex: “___” (lines 4-8). Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4
lines from the poem that show the rhyme scheme,
then paste your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank
below, and then add citation that follows the quote
which shows the lines the quotes came from. Ex:
“___” (lines 4-8). Fill in the blank: Imagery can be seen in the poem when
the author writes “_______” (lines_____). Add an Image for this slide that represents the
main idea of this slide (imagery) and then cite
the website where you retrieved the image. Fill in the blank: Imagery is evident in the poem in
the following lines: “_________” (lines____). Image retrieved from: Differences in Poem Devices/Techniques:
CONTRAST the themes in the poems! Theme is the message/lesson/moral that the author is trying to communicate overall. Device/Techniques in “Sonnet 55” Devices/Techniques in “Love is Not All” Fill in the blank: In “Sonnet 55,” the theme is
________. This has the effect of_____. Fill in the blank: In “Love is Not All,” the theme is slightly
different from poem #1 because it is
about ______. Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4
lines from the poem that show the rhyme scheme,
then paste your evidence in the fill-in-the-blank
below, and then add citation that follows the quote
which shows the lines the quotes came from. Ex:
“___” (lines 4-8). Refer to the 2 Poems document and find at least 4 lines from
the poem that show the rhyme scheme, then paste your
evidence in the fill-in-the-blank below, and then add
citation that follows the quote which shows the lines the
quotes came from. Ex: “___” (lines 4-8). Fill in the blank: The theme in this poem can be
seen in the following lines: “____” (lines ____). Fill in the blank: The theme in this poem can be seen in the
following lines: “____” (lines ____). Add an Image for this slide that represents the
main idea of this slide (theme) and then cite the
website where you retrieved the image.
Image retrieved from: Your Last Step BEFORE YOU SUBMIT!
Editing and Spiffing it Up! Look through the information you typed on all the slides and DELETE my
examples and prompts for each slide so you can keep the focus on only YOUR
work that you typed/pasted onto your slides (otherwise, with my examples and
prompts included, it becomes crammed and cluttered).
Read and re-read your slideshow to check for grammar/conventions errors
(punctuation, spelling, capitalization, word choice, etc.) and correct any errors.
Did you use personal pronouns or personal opinion in your presentation? These
need to be changed! Make sure you change any personal pronoun words (I, me,
us, you, I think, I believe, I feel, etc.) to “readers,” “the reader,” “ones,” “one,”
“they,” etc.
Did you add an image that relates to the topic you chose for each slide? There

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