THIRD QUARTER

POETRY

Objective:
•to demonstrate understanding of the distinct features, accounts/sources, bases, topic structures of ancient Philippine poetry in an oral interpretation using appropriate language forms and functions.

Essential Question
•“How does ancient Filipino poetry reflect the embodiment of local ideas, feelings, aspiration, beliefs and functions?”

Activity 1 Showcase of Hidden Games .

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•Which of the old Filipino customs and traditions are still being practiced and preserved? .

Poetry •A type of literature that expresses ideas. or tells a story in a specific form (usually using lines and stanzas) . feelings.

Lyric Poetry •3. Narrative Poetry •2. Dramatic Poetry .Three Types of Poetry •1.

Narrative Poetry •This form describes important events in life either real or imaginary.1. . It tells a story or a tale.

but now. Lyric Poetry Originally. this refers to that kind of poetry meant to be sung to the accompaniment of a lyre.2. .

. simple and easy to understand.•this applies to any type of poetry that expresses emotions and feelings of the poet. They are usually short.

Dramatic Poetry This is intended to be performed on stage. .3.

Types of Narrative Poetry •1. Metrical Tales •3. Epics •2. Ballads .

. Epic •This is an extended narrative about heroic exploits often under supernatural control.1.

2. Metrical Tale This is a narrative which is written in verse and can be classified either as a ballad or a metrical romance. .

3. It has a simple structure and tells of a single incident. Ballad Of the narrative poems. . this is considered the shortest and simplest.

. and sea ballads. humorous. In the early time. and historical or mythical ballads.There are also variations of these: love ballads. this referred to a song accompanying a dance. war ballads. moral.

Awit (Songs) •7. Sonnets •3. Psalms (Dalit) •6. Ode •5. Folksongs (Awiting bayan) •2. Corridos (Koridos) .Types of Lyric Poetry •1. Elegy •4.

despair. . grief. Folksongs •These are short poems intended to be sung. doubt. joy.1. hope and sorrow. The common theme is love.

2. •. a feeling. . or an idea. Sonnets •This is a lyric poem of 14 lines dealing with an emotion. These are two types: the Italian and the Shakespearean.

3. and whose theme is death. Elegy •. . This is a lyric poem which expresses feelings of grief and melancholy.

. with no definite number of syllables or definite number of lines in a stanza. expressed with dignity.4. Ode . This is a poem of a noble feeling.

This is a song praising God or the Virgin Mary and containing a philosophy of life. Psalms (Dalit) .5. .

. These have measures of twelve syllables (dodecasyllabic) and slowly sung to the accompaniment of a guitar or banduria. Awit (Songs) .6.

. These have measures of eight syllables (octosyllabic) and recited to a martial beat. Corridos (Kuridos) .7.

Types of Dramatic Poetry •1. Tragedy •4. Comedy •2. Social Poems . Farce •5. Melodrama •3.

. Comedy .1. The word comedy comes from the Greek term “komos” meaning festivity or revelry.

and usually has a happy ending. .•This form usually is light and written with the purpose of amusing.

2. this is related to tragedy just as the farce is to comedy. . This is usually used in musical plays with the opera. Today. Melodrama .

.•It arouses immediate and intense emotion and is usually sad but there is a happy ending for the principal character.

. Tragedy . This involves the hero struggling mightily against dynamic forces.3.

.•he meets death or ruin without success and satisfaction obtained by the protagonist in a comedy.

This is an exaggerated comedy.4. situations are too ridiculous to be true. Farce . . It seeks to arouse mirth by laughable lines.

.•the characters seem to be caricatures and the motives undignified and absurd.

This form is either purely comic or tragic and it pictures the life of today. It may aim to bring about changes in the social conditions. Social Poems . .5.

Some say.a group of lines arranged together . I say it just Begins to live That day.POETRY FORM •FORM .a group of words together on one line of the poem A word is dead When it is said. •STANZA .the appearance of the words on the page •LINE .

Triplet (Tercet) = a three line stanza 3. Quatrain = a four line stanza . Couplet = a two line stanza 2.KINDS OF STANZAS 1.

4. Octave = an eight line . Sestet (Sextet) = a six line stanza 6. Septet = a seven line stanza 7. Quintet = a five line stanza 5.

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