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This paper will serve two purposes (1) a biographical introduction to the poet and the era in which the poem was written (2) to analyze a poem of the poet’s. The paper should begin by introducing the poet. This portion of the paper should be approximately one page and should introduce the poet from a biographical standpoint to a bare minimum, only spotlighting life events that are relevant to the poetry career. Following the introduction of the poet, the writer should paint a picture of the setting, time and other historical elements of when the poem was written. This portion should not exceed more than two pages and should conclude by transitioning into the chosen poem being researched. The second part of the paper is to answer one of the questions below by thoroughly examining a poem. This portion of the paper will rely heavily on personal interpretation but should be supplemented by credible sources. Furthermore, the writer must identify the elements of the poem, including style, theme and other poetic devices from the poem. These can either be introduced before the interpretation or integrated depending on the writer’s preferred writing style. This paper requires the use of at least five secondary credible scholarly resources to speak on the poet, history and interpretation of the poem. The poem(s) will serve as a primary source(s) in the paper and should be properly cited as such. When citing poetry, replace the page number with the line of the poem. Use Pocket Keys for Writing as a guide. A list of poetry citation resources can be found in the index. Choose one of the prompts (listed on the back) as a topic for your interpretation portion of the essay: Important Steps and Due Dates: Assignments will not be accepted unless all components are turned in. 1. Topic Choice Statement & Outline on 6/17 (In class) 2. Full Draft for Peer Review & Teacher Conferencing on 6/24 3. Final Paper (printed and stapled), Drafts, Outline, etc. on 6/26 Grading: – This paper process is worth 10% of your final grade – 25 points will be deducted from the paper for each page missing. – All submissions are final. Late papers will result in a 15-point deduction per day late and will not be accepted after 3 days or 72 hours after the original due date. Papers submitted after the due time on the same day are considered one day late. Unless late, papers must be turned in printed, not by e-mail; if e-mailed (and on-time) the paper will still suffer a 15-point loss. – Papers must be in MLA format, with a reference page that properly cites your texts evaluated o In-text citations should include page numbers and be in the proper format – The rubric for this paper can be found on Moodle. Choose one of the prompts below as a topic for your interpretation portion of the essay: 1. Argue the importance of nature using the text from “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.” Is nature as appreciated today as it was in 1804? Use examples from the poem to show hints of nature appreciation. Secondary resources may include articles about late 18th or early 19th century nature appreciation or conservation; as well as modern articles on 21st century nature appreciation, or the lack of it. 2. “The Charge of the Light Brigade” is written about a real event, the Battle of Balakvala, in the Crimean War (October 1854). Research and write about the battle and whether or not the poem may allude to an accurate representation about this historical event. Secondary resources may include criticism about the poem or articles about the Battle of Balakvala. 3. How sure is Shakespeare of his beliefs about love? Use Sonnets XVIII, LXXIII and CXVI as primary research / resources for evidence. Secondary resources should be papers that include criticism of these particular sonnets. See the Poetry Page on Moodle for research resource suggestions and samples. Choice for Paper: ____ Why? Topic Choice Statement:

This paper will serve two purposes (1) a biographical introduction to the poet and the era in which the poem was written (2) to analyze a poem of the poet’s. The paper should begin by introducing the poet. This portion of the paper should be approximately one page and should introduce the poet from a biographical standpoint to a bare minimum, only spotlighting life events that are relevant to the poetry career. Following the introduction of the poet, the writer should paint a picture of the setting, time and other historical elements of when the poem was written. This portion should not exceed more than two pages and should conclude by transitioning into the chosen poem being researched. The second part of the paper is to answer one of the questions below by thoroughly examining a poem. This portion of the paper will rely heavily on personal interpretation but should be supplemented by credible sources. Furthermore, the writer must identify the elements of the poem, including style, theme and other poetic devices from the poem. These can either be introduced before the interpretation or integrated depending on the writer’s preferred writing style.
This paper requires the use of at least five secondary credible scholarly resources to speak on the poet, history and interpretation of the poem. The poem(s) will serve as a primary source(s) in the paper and should be properly cited as such. When citing poetry, replace the page number with the line of the poem. Use Pocket Keys for Writing as a guide. A list of poetry citation resources can be found in the index.
Choose one of the prompts (listed on the back) as a topic for your interpretation portion of the essay:
Important Steps and Due Dates: Assignments will not be accepted unless all components are turned in.
1. Topic Choice Statement & Outline on 6/17 (In class)
2. Full Draft for Peer Review & Teacher Conferencing on 6/24
3. Final Paper (printed and stapled), Drafts, Outline, etc. on 6/26
Grading:
– This paper process is worth 10% of your final grade
– 25 points will be deducted from the paper for each page missing.
– All submissions are final. Late papers will result in a 15-point deduction per day late and will not be accepted after 3 days or 72 hours after the original due date. Papers submitted after the due time on the same day are considered one day late. Unless late, papers must be turned in printed, not by e-mail; if e-mailed (and on-time) the paper will still suffer a 15-point loss.
– Papers must be in MLA format, with a reference page that properly cites your texts evaluated
o In-text citations should include page numbers and be in the proper format
– The rubric for this paper can be found on Moodle.
Choose one of the prompts below as a topic for your interpretation portion of the essay:
1. Argue the importance of nature using the text from “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.” Is nature as appreciated today as it was in 1804? Use examples from the poem to show hints of nature appreciation. Secondary resources may include articles about late 18th or early 19th century nature appreciation or conservation; as well as modern articles on 21st century nature appreciation, or the lack of it.
2. “The Charge of the Light Brigade” is written about a real event, the Battle of Balakvala, in the Crimean War (October 1854). Research and write about the battle and whether or not the poem may allude to an accurate representation about this historical event. Secondary resources may include criticism about the poem or articles about the Battle of Balakvala.
3. How sure is Shakespeare of his beliefs about love? Use Sonnets XVIII, LXXIII and CXVI as primary research / resources for evidence. Secondary resources should be papers that include criticism of these particular sonnets.
See the Poetry Page on Moodle for research resource suggestions and samples.
Choice for Paper: ____
Why? Topic Choice Statement:

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