TPCASTT Template

Updated: 2/26/2019
TPCASTT Template
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TPCASTT Acronym for Literary Analysis

TPCASTT Poetry Analysis

By Rebecca Ray

Poetry is potentially the most expressive forms of literature. It evokes emotions, sets a moods, tell a stories, and creates deep and deep and universal feelings in its readers. However, this same quality makes poetry more difficult to parse than prose, and can be frustrating to unpracticed students. Teaching students to look at a poem with an order of operation in mind gives them a framework to start their analysis. TPCASTT stands for title, paraphrase, connotation, attitude/tone, shift, title, theme. This method is great to start students reading and inferring with little assistance from the instructor. TPCASTT poetry analysis reinforces key themes and ensures that students grasp the important concepts of each poem. Use some or all of the activities in this teaching guide to get your students excited about poetry!

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TPCASTT Template | Teach poetry analysis with storyboards! Use this TPCASTT template to get your students started.

Storyboard Text

  • T - TITLE
  • S - SHIFT
  • T - TITLE
  • T - THEME