poem or song

Multimedia Poetry Presentation
1. CHOOSE A WELL-KNOWN POEM OR SONG LYRICS. (It cannot be something written by you or a friend.) Do not use a Haiku or Tanka, as they are too short. Make sure your selection allows you to find the information needed for your presentation.  2. CREATE 13 SLIDES OR 13 SEPARATE PAGES OF A WORD DOCUMENT
3. EACH SLIDE/PAGE NEEDS TO HAVE A BACKGROUND AND/OR PICTURE THAT MATCHES THE CONTENT. (Do not use the same background or picture for all slides/pages.) 
4. THE ITEMS THAT NEED TO BE ON EACH SLIDE/PAGE ARE LISTED BELOW. (FULL EXPLANATIONS ARE IN THE POETRY ASSIGNMENT WORKSHOP.)
You may choose any multimedia presentation tool you would like.  Here are some possibilities: 
Powerpoint                    Prezi.com              SlideDog.com             Sway 
Animoto.com                  Slideful.com          Powtoon.com             YouTube.com 
YouTube has videos that explain how to do these presentations. (If you are unable to access these apps, you may do a Word document that follows all the rules listed for the presentation below.)
 
 
POETRY PRESENTATION GUIDE
(Your presentation should include all the following.)
1 Title and Author (Spelled correctly)
2 Theme (accurately stated in a complete sentence)                                                              
Write a sentence about the message the poem is trying to convey.
3 Form (correctly identified, with an example to show the form)                                        
Choose from the Types of Forms explained in the Assignment Workshop.
4 Sound Device 1 (accurately identified)                                                                                    
Choose from the Types of Sound Devices explained in the Assignment Workshop.
5 Sound Device 1 (quote from poem showing this)
6 Sound Device 2 (Different from the first type and accurately identified)
Choose from the Types of Sound Devices explained in the Assignment Workshop.
7 Sound Device 2 (quote from poem showing this)
8 Figurative Language 1 (accurately identified)                                                                       
Choose from the Types of Figurative Language explained in the Assignment Workshop.
9 Figurative Language 1 (quote from poem showing this)
10 Figurative Language 2 (Different from the first type and accurately identified)
Choose from the Types of Figurative Language explained in the Assignment Workshop.
11 Figurative Language 2 (quote from poem showing this)
12 Pictures that relate to the theme accompany each slide. (These may be backgrounds.)
13 Include an MLA Works Cited page for the Poem.
It’s extremely important that you cite your work to avoid plagiarism! You should also include in-text citations throughout the poem after quotes.
Before you submit, check the following:
CITATIONS
In-text Citations
For poems/songs, use the author’s last name and the line number of the poem. You may also use the year it was written for songs.
Here’s an example of an in-text citation:
(Frost 7).
If you used more than one line of a poem, you can reference the lines like this: (Frost 7-8).
Quote example with in-text citation:
""So dawn goes down to day" (Frost 7).
OR
"So dawn goes down to day / Nothing gold can stay" (Frost 7-8).
The slash represents a line break in a poem. You can use the slash in between multiple lines.

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