188.8.131.52 Discover and Explore - Express ideas and develop understanding - use prior experiences with oral, print and other media texts to choose new texts that meet learning needs and interests 184.108.40.206 Use Strategies and Cues - Use prior knowledge - apply knowledge of organizational structures of oral, print and other media texts to assist with constructing and confirming meaning 220.127.116.11 Respond to Texts - Appreciate the artistry of texts - explain how metaphor, personification and synecdoche are used to create mood and mental images 18.104.22.168 Present and Share - Demonstrate attentive listening and viewing - identify the tone, mood and emotion conveyed in oral and visual presentations
Mood of Literature:
Choose a song that you like. Identify all of the figurative languages in it (similes, metaphors, alliteration, etc), identify the rhyme scheme, write a paragraph about what the author of the song is saying, and what the song means to you and how it makes you feel (the mood).
* Choose a song * Identify all of the figurative language - highlight, label and explain the meaning * Identify and label the rhyme scheme * Paragraph - what the song is saying (refer to our Paragraph page under Functional Writing on our website), what is the mood of the song * Paragraph - what the song means to you, how does it make you feel * Completed on a google docFont - Times New Roman, size 12 * Header: Name, Title, Date - from left to right * Hand into Google Classroom - on the due date (announced in class and on the agenda page on our class website)