After reading the text you have chosen you should identify the literary devices used. Then fill out the Say/Mean/Matter chart on your text. The goal is 4 examples.
We will be using a class set of these readings. If you would like your own copy that you can write on you can download and print them from here:
Conclusion transition words:
Need to include:
Using these transitions write your conclusion paragraph for an analysis of "The Highwayman"
Showing an idea is different
On this page you need to follow the format from page 32 to write 2 full body paragraphs (using examples from your Say/Mean/Matter Chart)
Topic Sentence- What is your claim FOR THIS PARAGRAPH
In the poem/story the author uses ____________ as a literary device.
Evidence (Directly CITE the text)
Explanation of evidence
· This shows...
· This is because...
· This means...
· This reveals...
· This lllustrates...
· This highlights the difference between...
Link to THEME
How does this help show the theme?
This illustrates the theme because….
Use the HATMAT notes from page 25 to write an introduction paragraph for an analysis of "The Highwayman"
Use the checklist to make sure you have all the necessary components.
Use these sentence frames if you get stuck:
HATMAT Sentence Frames
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________(one sentence that hooks the reader). In the (story/article/poem/) by _____________________(Authors Name) titled, “__________________” the main characters are _________ and ________. The (story/article/poem) is about…. The author uses (EVIDENCE) to (SIGNIFICANCE) which demonstrates the theme of _________________.
Glue/Tape in the poem by Alfred Noyes. Mark the text for literary devices.