Clashes and Collisions - an introduction to your poetry cluster.

Clashes and Collisions - an introduction to your poetry cluster.

Intro Ozymandias My Last Duchess Tissue The Emigree Checkin out me History War Photographer Remains Charge of the Light Brigade Bayonet Charge Exposure Storm on the Island The Prelude London Poppies

Kamikaze Modern Texts and Poetry This is exam is 2hr 15mins long. There are THREE sections two of which are on poetry. Section A is a choice of question on your modern text. You will have an hour to answer this. Modern Texts and Poetry Section B will have 30 minutes to answer on comparative question on your selected anthology poems

This is Section B of the exam which is based only on your anthology (15 poems) Modern Texts and Poetry Section C is the Unseen Poetry section A 12 mark question where you discuss the one poem A 12 mark question where you discuss the one poem

An 8 mark question where you discuss both poems What can you infer from a shape? What ideas, messages, themes and emotions would you connect with the shape of the poem (Without even reading the words) Power and conflict? What do you expect poems in this section to be about? What sort of issues may be included in these poems?

Section B comparisons You will have 15 poems to study and learn. We will be comparing the poems and how the author conveys the themes of POWER and CONFLICT Ozymandias Objectives: 1) To explore the poem Ozymandias focusing on how Shelley has used poetic devices to portray the theme of power and conflict 2) To introduce the idea of MITSL and how it applies to your reading of a poem What do we know about

Ancient Egypt and the Pharaoh system? Who holds more power? Ruler Sculptor Ozymandias Quick Context Ozymandias is a sonnet written by Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1817. It is based on an Egyptian Pharaoh called Ramesses II This Pharaoh was a hugely powerful tyrant and ordered a statue of himself to be made. On this

statue he had the words inscribed My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair! (closely translated). He believed himself to be god-like and indestructible. But as we know, time is more powerful than even the strongest man. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=1oIsYQiomqw Pride comes before a fall Ozymandias I met a traveller from an antique land Who said: "Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand, Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command

Tell that its sculptor well those passions read Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things, The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed. And on the pedestal these words appear: `My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings: Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!' Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare, The lone and level sands stretch far away". Imagery and language MITS + P Meaning what is the poem about? who is the speaker? - are they dramatized (a character)

who is being spoken to or addressed? what is being spoken about? Theme(s) of the poem - what is it really about? Setting/culture - wheres the poem set? Culture it is from/about? where does the poem get to from start to end? Tone How would the poem be spoken? (angry, sad, nostalgic, bitter, humorous etc) Structure Rhyme - is there a rhyme scheme? Couplets? Internal rhyme? Rhythm - how many syllables per line? Is it regular or free verse? Why are some different lengths? Stanzas - How many? How do they change? Is there a narrative? Lines - how many are their in each verse? Do some stand out?

Enjambment - do the lines run on to the next line or stanza? End stopping - does each line finish at the end of a sentence? Form - does the poem have a shape to it? Caesuras Check the middle of the lines for punctuation. Alliteration - the repeating of initial sounds. Assonance - is the term used for the repetition of vowel sounds within consecutive words as in, 'rags of green weed hung down...'. Metaphor - comparing two things by saying one is the other. Simile - comparing two things saying one is like or as the other. Personification - giving something non-human human qualities. Onomatopoeia - words that sound like the thing they describe. Repetition - does the poet repeat words or phrases? Senses Which are used and why? What kinds of words are used? Puns - a pun is a play on words - Shear Class! if Shearer scores.

Connotation - associations that words have (as "stallion" connotes a certain kind of horse with certain sorts of uses)? Double meanings - butts in - putting bottoms in or interrupting. Ambiguity - is the word or phrase deliberately unclear? Could it mean opposite things or many different things?. Word order - are the words in an unusual order why? Adjectives - what are the key describing words? Key words and phrases - do any of the words or phrases stand out? Do they shock? Are the words violent or sad etc? Slang or unusual words and misspellings - Does the poet use slang or informal language? Are American words used? Intertextuality - does the poem reference another text? Style - does the poet copy another style? (Newspaper, play etc) Characters - if there are characters how do they speak? Personal Response

Complement, Criticise or say how you felt. Always link everything to meaning. Ask yourself how does this contributes to the meaning? Why has the poet used this technique? Reader Reflection What is Shelleys message about power? How can the Poem Ozymandias be relevant in todays world? How does the poet present ideas about Power in Ozymandias? Imagery and language MITS + P Meaning

Tone Personal Response Structure Always link everything to meaning. Ask yourself how does this contributes to the meaning? Why has the poet used this technique? Repeating a letter sound. A comparison using like or as. When a poet treats something as if it were human. Repeating a word or phrase. A section/verse of a poem.

This is the voice we can imagine when reading the poem. This is the pace or beat of the poem. The way a poem has been put together. Words that create pictures in the readers head. A comparison without using like or as. Words that match in sound, usually at the end of a line. The central ideas that a writer explores in a poem.

Who is the speaker ? why? What is Shelley saying about the sculptor? Why is this ironic?

What does this suggest? Who or what is being described here? I met a traveller from an antique land How has Who said: "Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Ozymandias Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand, been Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown described? And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command

Tell that its sculptor well those passions read Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things, How is a pun The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed. used here? And on the pedestal these words appear: `My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings: Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!' Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare, The lone and level sands stretch far away". Looking at imagery Imagery is probably the most important technique but why? 1 And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command

2 Thats my last Duchess painted on the wall 3 Into the valley of death rode the 600 4 Dawn massing in the east her melancholy army 5 all my words flattened, rolled, turned into felt 6 The white streets of that city 7 Dem tell me bout the dish that ran away with de spoon 8 my mother never spoke again Choose ONE of the phrases in the table. 1. Copy it into your book 2. Draw the image 3. Explain in a paragraph how the

words used conveyed the image you visualised. 4. Pick out any techniques you can see and explain their importance Listen to the poem underline words below Words linked to Ozymandias' power Words linked to Ozymandias

having no power/being forgotten Language Words linked to Ozymandias' power Words linked to Ozymandias having no power/being forgotten 'sneer' 'trunkless' 'cold command'

'shattered' 'passion' 'lifeless' 'King of kings' 'nothing' 'mighty' 'decay' 'despair'

'wreck' 'bare' 'lone' Bounce time One person starts with the question: How does Shelley use poetic devices to show power and conflict in Ozymandias? Once they have answered you bounce it to another student and pose another question keep going until you run out of ideas and questions Getting it down You have 7 minutes to write a PEAL paragraph answering the question:

How does Shelley use poetic devices to show power and conflict in Ozymandias? Focus on either one of ITSL Compare the ways poets present ideas about power in Ozymandias and in one other poem from Power and Conflict Ozymandias Meaning (title) Imagery Tone Structure Language

Compare the ways poets present ideas about power in Ozymandias and in one other poem from Power and Conflict 30 min response Using your information from your table or venn diagram write a response to the question: Compare the ways poets present ideas about power in Ozymandias and in one other poem from Power and Conflict Success criteria Is there: 1. An introduction which includes both poems outlining their meaning and their titles? 2. A section on imagery which compares both poems in

relation to power using quotes? 3. A section on tone which compares both poems in relation to power using quotes? 4. A section on structure which compares both poems in relation to power using quotes? 5. A section on language which compares both poems in relation to power using quotes?

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