Poems And Speakers
The first resource provides you with some guidelines for reading any poem effectively.The first resource: Poetry Reading-3.pptxPreview the documentThe second resource supplies you with information about the poems for this activity; this information can guide your reading of them.The second resource: Second Set of Poems (Duke and Mistress and Parents).pptxPreview the documentThe third resource furnishes you with information about MLA in-text citations, parenthetical references, and works cited entries asthey relate to poems.The third resource: Brief MLA Review (ENC 1102 Poetry Essay)-5.pptxPreview the documentDirections:Read “To a Daughter Leaving Home,” by Linda Pastan, on page 526; “Those Winter Sundays,” by Robert Hayden, onpage 559; and “My Last Duchess,” by Robert Browning, on pages 692-694.Read pages 509-516 for information about the different kinds of speakers in poems.Answer the response items in the next section.Type your answers, and then save them as a Word document.When you are ready to submit the activity, click the blue “Submit Assignment” tab in the upper right-hand corner of the page. Next,click “Choose File” to select the file to submit, and then, click the blue “Submit Assignment” tab below the comment section. Includea comment only if one is needed. Response Items:Select one of three assigned poems, and use completesentences when responding.Identify the speaker of the poem.Identify two personality traits associated with the speaker, and quote lines from the poem that reveal those personality traits.Include a parenthetical reference at the end of the sentence with a quotation and a works cited entry for the poem.