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Objective: You will evaluate the usage of parallel syntax within poetry. Paral
Objective: You will evaluate the usage of parallel syntax within poetry. Parallel Language in Poetry: Parallel language can be used to establish memorable rhythm in a poem or to enhance meaning. Furthermore, it can help the reader visualize the events or comparisons in the text. Parallel structure is particularly useful when the purpose of a text is to compare or contrast two or more ideas. Parallel structure can be created through the use of coordinating and correlative conjunctions, elements in a series, or comparisons. For this assignment, you will create an original slideshow using a presentation software of your choice that examines and analyzes parallelism and how it is used to deliver the message of a specific poem. You should locate three poems by British poets to serve as an example of each of the three ways to structure parallelism (conjunctions, elements in a list, and comparisons). You may select any poem from a British author of any time period. Below are a list of suggested British poets and their works: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "To George Sand: A Desire" or "Love" John Donne's "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" or "The Apparition" Oscar Wilde's "Ballad of Reading Gaol" or "To Milton" Once you have selected three poems, you can begin your analysis and the organization of your presentation, which will showcase each of your three chosen poems. Your finished project will be a presentation that is nine slides in length and includes the following: an initial first title slide that includes an original title for the presentation as well as the student's name a second slide that should accurately define and explain the three ways to structure parallelism (conjunctions, elements in a series, comparisons) a third slide that includes a poem from a British author that uses coordinating or correlative conjunctions to create parallelism a fourth slide that provides examples from the poem and explanations of how coordinating or correlative conjunctions are used to create parallelism a fifth slide that includes a poem from a British author that uses elements in a list to create parallelism a sixth slide that provides examples from the poem and explanations of how elements in a list are used to create parallelism a seventh slide that includes a poem from a British author that uses comparisons to create parallelism an eighth slide that provides examples from the poem and explanations of how comparisons are used to create parallelism a ninth slide that includes a Works Cited and properly uses MLA format to cite the three poems at least one graphic or image for each pair of slides (this is a total of three graphics or images, one to go with each poem) proper use of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure Rubric is Attached!

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