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Let's pack for the voyage!
Who is your travelling companion (study buddy)?
A voyage is a journey. I want you and your travelling companion to feel the
freedom to explore this great poem in a variety of ways.…read more

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Websites
www.sparknotes.com/poetry/coleridge
www.eliterature.com.ar/coleridge_samuel_taylor/index.…read more

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Imagination v reason
· The Gothic strand within Romanticism
· The role of nature
· The limits of reason
· Ballad form
· Archaic vocabulary ­ why?
· Voices
· Symbols and motifs
· Repetitions
· Sound effects
YOUR VOYAGE IN MORE DETAIL
Port of Call 1: Research into Coleridge
Port of Call 2: Comprehension of Parts I and II of the poem and your
own questions on Part III
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Port of Call 3: A Powerpoint presentation on one of three topics: Ballad,
Gothic, Romanticism
Port of Call 4: Review Part 1
Port of Call 5: An annotated Part V following an exemplar
Port of Call 6: Teach a section to the class and provide a handout on it
Port of Call 7: Essay 1
Port of Call 8: Review Part 2
Port of Call 9: Presentation on critical perspectives in response to
prescribed reading
Port of Call 10:Essay 2 and final review
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Your task, with your companion is to identify ten key biographical/literary facts
about Coleridge. You will be able to get them all from
www.sparknotes.com/poetry/coleridge
When you think you have them, bring them to your teacher, who will mark
them against the key facts sheet. If you don't get all the ones on the key
fact sheet, you will be sent back to try again.…read more

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SECOND PORT OF CALL
1. Working in your pair, I want you to answer the questions below, which are
based on parts one and two of the poem. I suggest you work on them
individually, and then compare your answers with your buddy. If you are
still uncertain about any answers, consult with someone in another pair, BUT
ONLY AFTER YOU HAVE ATTEMPTED THEM YOURSELF AND WITH
YOUR BUDDY.
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My questions on Part III
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THIRD PORT OF CALL
In order to gain your stamp for this section, you must produce a Powerpoint
presentation on one of the following topics.
The presentation must include at least FIVE slides, and give a clear
explanation of any definitions and main points of relevance for our study of
this poem.…read more

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