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Reflecting, Responding, and Summarizing with Haiku. Mari Uscategui Tampa Bay Area Writing Project 2011. Rationale:. Why Haiku?. “Haiku everything!” ~ Barry Lane. Haiku allows students to reflect, respond, and summarize their experiences in learning and in life.

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reflecting responding and summarizing with haiku

Reflecting, Responding, and Summarizing with Haiku

Mari Uscategui

Tampa Bay Area Writing Project

2011

why haiku

Rationale:

Why Haiku?

“Haiku everything!” ~ Barry Lane

  • Haiku allows students to reflect, respond, and summarize their experiences in learning and in life.
  • It combines form, content and language.
  • Because of its concise nature, Haiku forces students to play with words and pay very close attention to the incredible power of word choice.
  • “Haiku teaches the power of observation and editing,”
  • ~Bruce Lansky
let s haiku

Let’s Haiku!

Remember, haiku has three lines:

Line 1= 5 syllables

Line 2= 7 syllables

Line 3= 5 syllables

my year in haiku
My Year in Haiku
  • Create a series of Haiku that reflect on, respond to, and summarize the school year you’ve just completed.
  • You can include both work-related and personal things that have occurred this year.
  • Remember that the most effective Haiku is the one that captures the essence of a moment or emotion.
student sample andrew k
Student Sample: Andrew K.

Eighth Grade is now here

Finally on top of world

What will it be like?

Stupid commercials

Kay Jewelers is annoying

Valentine for me?

October brings fun

Pumpkins and scary witches

End of tricks with friends

End is getting close

Just three months left and we’re gone

Leaving will be hard

Thanksgiving has come

Grateful for my friends and school

I will miss it here

Research papers suck

I’d rather write poetry

Maybe not so much

Christmas joy around

Contemplating greatest gifts

Life, Love, Learning

The fun starts in May

Countdown to graduation

Then off to High School

New year: start off fresh

Finally start studying

Who am I kidding?

This place has been home

I’ve learned, laughed, and made good friends

GACS is in my heart

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