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ESL 2 – Unit 3: Making Impressions Name: Poetry Slam Project: Write a Sonnet Shakespearean Sonnet Requirements:  MUST be 14 Lines.  MUST have 3 Quatrains (set of 4 lines) and 1 Couplet (2 lines)  MUST follow the rhyme scheme ABABCDCDEFEFGG  MUST be about love (or related subjects: envy, heartbreak, friendship, family, passions, favorite things)  EXTRA CREDIT: Must be in IAMBIC PENTAMETER (10 syllables per line) I. Your First Stanza should introduce the SPEAKER and AUDIENCE, explain the OCCASION or situation, and make the SUBJECT of the poem clear. II. Your Second and Third Stanza should develop the TONE of the poem… what are the feelings involved? Convey these feelings using figurative language: metaphors, similes, personification. EX: “I love you like music needs a beat” III. Your Rhyming Couplet at the end should resolve the poem, or provide a dramatic twist to the story. Make sure your PURPOSE is clear. The couplet is probably the most important two lines of the sonnet… so make them good! THE CLINCHER! GRADING CRITERIA Poem has fourteen lines /5 Rhyme scheme is abab cdcd efef gg /5 Each line has ten syllables /5 Structure of content is logical; fluency of writing is strong; engaging word choice /15 Punctuation is logical and grammatical /5 A picture is included that relates to the sonnet’s theme/topic /5 The speaker reads the poem with an appropriate volume, pace, tone, and facial expression /10 TOTAL /50 points Sample Sonnet (Inspired by Sonnet 18): Shall I compare thee to a nacho chip? Thou art more crunchy -- though without the cheese: Rough winds do blow when I forget the dip, For nachos are so very hard to please: Sometimes too hot, so I must let them cool, And often is their gold complexion dimm'd, But only when I make them like a fool, By chance they burn like candles yet untrimm'd: But thy eternal crunchiness won't fade, Nor burn like all my failed attempts to bake, Nor shall you be like these -- so poorly made, Which in eternal snacking I forsake. So long as men can breathe and tongue can taste, Your nacho-likeness will not be erased. ***Use Template on the back of this sheet. HAVE FUN!*** ESL 2 – Unit 3: Making Impressions Name: Sonnet Brainstorming Describe it using 10 words: Make a simile—what would you compare your topic to? Write what you love: How does your topic make you What would you do without it? feel? Write 5 words ESL 2 – Unit 3: Making Impressions Name: Title: Should I compare you to You are more , but less I feel when I For are very Sometimes too , sometimes too And often it But when I It But you will always be And you will always be Forever I When I So long as men can breathe and can Your will ESL 2 – Unit 3: Making Impressions Name: Write your rough draft on this sheet, but your final draft should be posted on Wiggio. First Stanza: A B A B Second Stanza: C D C D Third Stanza: E F E

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