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Rachel carroll and felicia hayes eced 4300 b dr tonja root fall 2009 grade level third grade specific form of writi

Rachel Carroll and Felicia HayesECED 4300-B, Dr. Tonja Root, Fall 2009.Grade Level: Third GradeSpecific form of writing: Poetry


Rachel carroll stage of writing prewriting

Rachel CarrollStage of Writing: Prewriting

  • GPS and PLO

  • ELA3W1 The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student m. Prewrites to generate ideas, develops a rough draft, rereads to revise, and edits to correct.

  • Students will fill in a graphic organizer for cinquain poems based on the Halloween theme.


Form of writing cinquain poetry

Form of Writing: Cinquain Poetry

A cinquain poetry is a five line poem.

  • Line 1:One word title (noun)

  • Line 2: Two descriptive words (adjectives)

  • Line 3: Three words that express action

  • Line 4: Four words that express feeling

  • Line 5: One word (synonyms or reference to title in line one)


Stage of writing prewriting

Stage of Writing: Prewriting

  • Duringthe Prewriting stage we are using our graphic organizers to help us gather our thoughts on possible words we can use to complete our Halloween cinquain poems.


Cinquain poem graphic organizer

Cinquain Poem Graphic Organizer

Poet: Your name _______________________________________

Title of Poem: Possible title of poem

 _______________________________________________

 Line 1: 1 noun – telling the subject of the poem

what or who the poem is about

________________________________________________

Line 2: 2 adjectives – describing the subject of the poem (line 1)

________________________________________________

Line 3: 3 verbs – showing action about the subject of the poem (line 1)

________________________________________________

Line 4: 4 or 5 word phrase or thought (not a sentence)

describing the subject (line 1)

 ________________________________________________

Line 5: 1 word synonym – meaning the same thing as the subject (line 1)

________________________________________________

Root, T.,(2004) Graphic Organizer for Cinquain Poetry. Valdosta State University, Valdosta Ga.


Cinquain poem example

Cinquain Poem Example:

Halloweenfun, scarytrick or treatingfeeling excited, but frightenedholiday

Author. (2009). halloween cinquain. Quizilla Viacom International Inc.

Retrieved from < http://quizilla.teennick.com/poems/8183230/halloween-cinquain


Practice activity

Practice Activity

  • At this time we are going to fill in a cinquain poem graphic organizer as a class. This poem will be about Halloween at the school.


Assessment activity

Assessment Activity

  • Now each of you will complete a Cinquain poem graphic organizer on your own. This poem should be about a Halloween memory you have or one of your favorite things about Halloween.


Rachel carroll stage of writing drafting

Rachel CarrollStage of Writing: Drafting

  • GPS and PLO

  • ELA3W1 The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student m. Prewrites to generate ideas, develops a rough draft, rereads to revise, and edits to correct.

  • Student will write a cinquain poem draft based on a Halloween memory or a favorite experience.


Stage of writing drafting

Stage of Writing: Drafting

  • During the drafting stage we will be writing our cinquain poems about Halloween. These poems are not final and can be changed if needed or wanted. Spelling will be checked during the revising stage.


Cinquain poem example1

Cinquain Poem Example

Spaghetti

Messy, spicy

Slurping, sliding, falling

Between my plate and mouth

Delicious

(by Cindy Barden)

Cindy Barden. (2009). Spaghetti Cinquain. Poetry Primer Retrieved from <http://hrsbstaff.ednet.ns.ca/davidc/6c_files/Poem%20pics/cinquaindescrip.htm


Practice activity1

Practice Activity

  • At this time the class as a whole will use our class graphic organizer to write our cinquain poem about Halloween.


Assessment activity1

Assessment Activity

  • At this time you will each write your cinquain poem draft based on what you have written on your graphic organizer. This is to be done individually.


Felicia hayes stage of writing revising

Felicia HayesStage of writing: Revising

GPS and PLO:

ELA3W1 The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student m. Prewrites to generate ideas, develops a rough draft, rereads to revise, and edits to correct.

  • Students will make revisions by rearranging, changing, deleting, and adding their cinquain poem.


Stage of writing editing

Stage of writing: Editing

GPS and PLO:

ELA3W1 The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student m. Prewrites to generate ideas, develops a rough draft, rereads to revise, and edits to correct.

  • Students will edit their revised draft by making corrections using proofreader’s marks and a checklist.


Rachel carroll and felicia hayes eced 4300 b dr tonja root fall 2009 grade level third grade specific form of writi

Stage of Writing: Revising

Revising is the time when you clarify and refine the ideas in your writing. Content will be revised through changing, adding, deleting, and rearranging. You will need to wait one or two days before revising the writing. It is important for you to read with a partner to ensure accurate revisions. You need to make notes, ask questions, and make changes as needed. Use proofreader’s marks to add, delete, change, or rearrange your writing.


Rachel carroll and felicia hayes eced 4300 b dr tonja root fall 2009 grade level third grade specific form of writi

Proofreader’s Marks

GTO CalComp. (n.d.) Proofreader’s Marks. Retrieved May 22, 2007, from the GTO CalComp Web site:

http://www.gtcocalcomp.com/erc/interwritebackgrounds/proofreader_marks.gif


Practice activity2

Practice Activity

  • Now we are going to practice revising a cinquain poem. Let’s revise the class collaboration draft.


Assessment activity2

Assessment Activity

  • Revise your own poem. Be sure to use proofreader’s marks when adding, deleting, rearranging, or changing the poem.


Stage of writing editing1

Stage of Writing: Editing

  • Editing is the process of proofreading your work paying special attention to spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and paragraph form.


Rachel carroll and felicia hayes eced 4300 b dr tonja root fall 2009 grade level third grade specific form of writi

Proofreader’s Marks

GTO CalComp. (n.d.) Proofreader’s Marks. Retrieved May 22, 2007, from the GTO CalComp Web site:

http://www.gtcocalcomp.com/erc/interwritebackgrounds/proofreader_marks.gif


Practice activity3

Practice Activity

  • Now we are going to practice editing a cinquain poem. Let’s edit the class collaboration draft.


Assessment activity3

Assessment Activity

  • Edit your own poem. Be sure to correct errors listed on the editing checklist. Be sure to use the proofreader’s marks.


Checklist

Checklist


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