In your Writer's Notebook, work with your group to identify at least three literary/poetic devices used in this introductory sentence:
"Half past a windless night, rain cantered out of the Gulf, across the shore and the levees: parades of phantom horses striking hoof rhythms from roofs of tarpaper, tin, tile, shingles, slate, counting cadence along the avenues."
~ Dan Koontz's Frankenstein: Dead and Alive (Book Three), page 1
- A-Tone-ment Time! Let's hear that attitude!
- First, go here and read the linked article.
- Let's review prepositional phrases.
- Share your "phases." Edit and revise.
- Who will read/record your poem?
- Check out Glogster!
- Sci-Fi Vocabulary: Presentations are due! Please complete them!
- Writer's Notebook due Friday = a test grade!
- Book Reviews should be posted to your blog and GoodReads = a test grade!
- Finalize the "phases" of your new sci-fi world. On Friday, you will post your phases to your Glog.