Emily Dickinson Poet Study by THR

Turnitin.com Info

Folks,

Hope you are all well. Be sure to upload your PBA (for Poetry Seminar students that means your entire Poet Study) to Turnitin.com. You must upload either before or shortly after your presentation. Do not wait until the day after your presentation to upload. Below is the info per class:

English 10B

Class ID: 15548390
Code: english10b

English 10H

Class ID: 15548395
Code: english10h

Existential Lit

Class ID: 15548411
Code: english12c

Poetry Seminar

Class ID: 15548414
Code: english12d

Due 6/12: PBA Final Draft!

1. PBA–Final Draft due Monday. Click here for guidelines on how to cite poetry.

Ultimately, your PBA will include (in this order):

Cover Sheet–In the center of the page (horizontally and vertically):

Your Name
Poetry Seminar
6/12/17

A Poet Study on
Your Poet’s Name

A 1-2 page mini-bio of your poet.

A 5-7 page essay that introduces and analyzes the work of your poet, including a strong claim (a thesis) about your poet and his/her work. In this analysis you should demonstrate great control of your poet’s work. Finally, your discussion must be complemented by 3 primary or secondary sources (critical/analytical in nature).

The 10 poems (untouched) chosen for this project.

Two original poems mirroring your poet’s style.

Bibliography

As an appendix: Annotated copies of the ten poems chosen for this project.

Notes:

  1. Start numbering with the second page and number through the two original poems.
  2. Quote at least six of the ten poems in your essay.

Due 6/5: Poet Study First Draft

1. PBA–The first draft of your PBA essay is due on Monday. Click here for guidelines on how to cite poetry.

Ultimately, your PBA will include (in this order):

Cover Sheet–In the center of the page (horizontally and vertically):

Your Name
Poetry Seminar
6/12/17

A Poet Study on
Your Poet’s Name

A 1-2 page mini-bio of your poet.

A 5-7 page essay that introduces and analyzes the work of your poet, including a strong claim (a thesis) about your poet and his/her work. In this analysis you should demonstrate great control of your poet’s work. Finally, your discussion must be complemented by 3 primary or secondary sources (critical/analytical in nature).

The 10 poems (untouched) chosen for this project.

Two original poems mirroring your poet’s style.

As an appendix: Annotated copies of the ten poems chosen for this project.

Due 5/30: Poet Study

1. Poet Study–You should continue working toward your first draft (due 6/5).

2. High School poems are due next Wednesday!