VSU ECED 4300 - Teaching Poetry Writing (19 pages)

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19
School:
Valdosta State University
Course:
Eced 4300 - Teaching Language Arts In Ece
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Teaching Poetry Writing Chapter 11 Playing With Words Riddles and Jokes Finger Plays Creating Word Pictures Figure 11 1 Playing With Words Hink pinks Form answer to riddle or describe something Hink pinks two one syllable rhyming words Hinky pinkies two two syllable rhyming words Hinkity pinkities two three syllable rhyming words Poetic Devices Rhyme Ending sounds are the same Dr Suess stories Nursery rhymes Poetic Devices Comparisons Simile compares something to something else using the words like or as Ex The magma draped the sides of the volcano like frosting on a cake Poetic Devices Comparisons Metaphor compares two things by implying that they are the same Ex The magma was frosting on the volcano cake Poetic Devices Alliteration Repetition of the initial consonant sound in consecutive words or words in close proximity Ex Majestic merciless meandering magma A My Name is Alice Bayer 1992 Tongue twisters Dr Suess Oh Say Can You Say Poetic Devices Onomatopoeia Words that sound like their meaning crash slurp Ex The crackling crashing magma oozed from the volcano The Noisy Alphabet MacDonald 2003 Crash Bang Boom Spier 1972 Comic Strips Poetic Devices Repetition Repetition of words and phrases structure and add interest to writing Ex The magma scorches nature s finery scorches nature s finery Gingerbread Man Boy Writing Poems Formula poems I Wish each line begins with I wish Color each line begins with a color word Five Senses write about a topic using five senses If I Were write about how feel do if something else Formula Poems Comparison compares something to something else I Am written from viewpoint of book character or historical figure Preposition each line begins with preposition Acrostic lines arranged so first letter of first line spells a word when read vertically Writing Poems Free Form Poems Concrete poem arranged on page to create picture image Found arrange words from other sources to make a poem Two Voices written in 2 columns Free Verse lines do not rhyme Writing Poems Syllable and Word Count Poems Haiku Japanese 17 syllables 3 lines focus is nature Cinquain five lines with 22 syllables Diamante seven lines written in shape of diamond Writing Poems Rhymed Verse Forms most common The Little Turtle Limericks popularized by Edward Lear Clerihews describes a person Model Poems Apologies Invitations Teaching Students to Write Poems Introduce to poetry Read first chapter of Anastasia Krupnik Lowry 1995 Shel Silverstein Jack Perlutsky Teach minilessons Publish students poems Gallery Walk Step by Step p 386 Guidelines for Writing Poems p 385 Teaching Students to Write Poems Read model poems Present a list of characteristics of the poetry form Analyze the model poem for how it reflects the characteristics of the form Write a collaborative poem using the form Children write independent poems Assessing Students Poems Ask Has student experimented with poetic form that was taught in minilesson Has student use process approach writing revising editing poem Has student used wordplay or another poetic device Have students self assess Assignment Select a science GPS 3rd 4th 5th grade Select 3 poetry formats p 374383 Write a list of characteristics that could be used for teaching the poetry format Assignment Use the content from the GPS to write a model poem for each of the 3 formats Use at least one example of a comparison alliteration onomatopoeia and repetition within the 3 poems


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