caged bird (what is the stanza and repetition (There's repetition in…
What's the tone?
what is the purpose of the poem?
to be aware of racism
What is your first impression of the poem
about birds and their cages
What's the mood?
What is the theme
What does the title tell you about the poem
about a caged bird
what is the poetic background
Maya Angelou was written in the late 60's, during the time when African Americans were fighting for civil rights and freedom. This time in history is called the Civil Rights Movement, in which many African Americans were standing up to whites who believed they were superior to blacks
What do you know about that time period?
Racism is very common it was also the years a march started
Does the author write about a person or event from history?.
no he didn't wrote about a person but he wrote about group of people
when was the poem written?
what is the stanza and repetition
There's repetition in the third stanza and in the last stanza
its 6 paragraph
what is the type of the poem
are there any confusing words?
why do you think the author chooses these words?
to make the poem more interesting to attract the readers
There's no figurative language
Theres repetitions in the third and the last stanza the caged bird sings
there's rhyme scheme in stanza three?abcbd
do you think this poem suitable for your classmate
no its not suitable for our classmate because the poem isn't good and she didn't a benefit for us
my opinion I didn't like the poem because the author didn't add enough information and details
is the poem suitable for today
yes its suitable for my classmate and they will like it
to give a warning about racism and to be aware of them
is it rervant for the future/ ? it will be ended
no because there's no figurative language and the didn't mention to much details about the caged bird
no because its not revlvant for future
how dose the poem inspire readers?
do you like the poem?
yes its suitable