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Example discussion for Poetry Anthology SOW:

Example discussion for Poetry Anthology SOW (c) 2011 thequillguy GA

Chairperson:

Chairperson

Time-Keeper:

Time-Keeper

Critiquer:

Critiquer

Ideas person:

Ideas person

Chairperson:

Chairperson

Slide 7:

CotLB Story of the poem Soldiers charge. They fight. They die. They are celebrated. What characters are in the poem? From which perspective is it written? The officer who orders the charge. The soldiers themselves and the enemy guns. Final epitaph. Picture of the literal/physical interpretation.

Ideas person:

Ideas person

Slide 9:

CotLB Story of the poem Soldiers charge. They fight. They die. They are celebrated. What characters are in the poem? From which perspective is it written? The officer who orders the charge. The soldiers themselves and the enemy guns. Final epitaph. Picture of the literal/physical interpretation.

Ideas person:

Ideas person

Slide 11:

CotLB Story of the poem Soldiers charge. They fight. They die. They are celebrated. What characters are in the poem? From which perspective is it written? The officer who orders the charge. The soldiers themselves and the enemy guns. Final epitaph. Picture of the literal/physical interpretation.

Slide 12:

CotLB What makes the structure particular? Repetition of ideas to show how they have changed (brave six hundred) What makes the feelings or ideas interesting? Reporter as narrator. Authoritative tone with bias towards soldiers. Are there any links to other poems? Futility - war as being heroic as opposed to be entirely without merit or meaning. Bayonet Charge - men being motivated by fear rather than virtue.

Critiquer:

Critiquer

Slide 14:

CotLB What makes the structure particular? Repetition of ideas to show how they have changed (brave six hundred) What makes the feelings or ideas interesting? Reporter as narrator. Authoritative tone with bias towards soldiers. Are there any links to other poems? Futility - war as being heroic as opposed to be entirely without merit or meaning. Bayonet Charge - men being motivated by fear rather than virtue.

Critiquer:

Critiquer

Slide 16:

CotLB What makes the structure particular? Repetition of ideas to show how they have changed (brave six hundred) What makes the feelings or ideas interesting? Reporter as narrator. Authoritative tone with bias towards soldiers. Are there any links to other poems? Futility - war as being heroic as opposed to be entirely without merit or meaning. Bayonet Charge - men being motivated by fear rather than virtue.

Time-Keeper:

Time-Keeper

Slide 18:

CotLB What makes the structure particular? Repetition of ideas to show how they have changed (brave six hundred) What makes the feelings or ideas interesting? Reporter as narrator. Authoritative tone with bias towards soldiers. Are there any links to other poems? Futility - war as being heroic as opposed to be entirely without merit or meaning. Bayonet Charge - men being motivated by fear rather than virtue.

Chairperson:

Chairperson