Instructions for Paper 3 Here are the instructions for Paper 3. 1. Read chapter 6 in Gardner very carefully. (One of the sample poems in chapter 6 is by T. S. Eliot. It’s a great poem, but it’s long and complicated. Please don’t choose it for your paper.) 2. Throughout The Gardner text, there are many poems including those on pages 10, 19, 61, 64, 68, 73, and 105. Read all of these poems. In addition I have attached 3 poems to this email. Please read them carefully as they are all suitable for you to write about. I particularly recommend Mother to Son. 3. Paper 3 is in 2 parts. For Part 1, choose 5 poems from the text and the attachments. In 3 or 4 sentences for each poem state why the poem is suitable to teach to a first year college class. Think about subject matter, length for how the poem could be taught in a 50-minute period, language, stylistic devices. Keep your responses to 3 or 4 brief sentences. For Part 2, choose one of your five poems. Write 500 words on why you think it would be a good poem to teach a first year college class, and why you particularly like this poem more than the others. Analyze the poem. What is it about? Who is the speaker? To whom is the speaker speaking? What is the point of view? How is the poem structured? Does the structure reflect the meaning of the poem? What stylistic devices like metaphors are used? What effect do they have? Support everything you say with examples from your chosen poem. The book for the paper is Reading and Writing about Literature 4th edition by Janet E. Gardner and Joanne Diaz.