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So far

So far

  • Rhyming list poem with numbers – check

  • Acrostic poem – check

  • Rhyming list poem with words – check

  • Today - Quatrains


Heading

Heading

Mr. Dunne

Poetry 4

  • 8th October


Quatrains

Quatrains

  • A stanza of four lines.

  • Words at the end of lines are given letters to understand what rhymes with what.


Finish this rhyme

Finish this rhyme

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

  • Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

  • All the King's horses and all the King's men

  • Couldn't put Humpty together again..


Finish this rhyme1

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

  • Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

  • All the King's horses and all the King's men

  • Couldn't put Humpty together again..

A


Finish this rhyme2

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

  • Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

  • All the King's horses and all the King's men

  • Couldn't put Humpty together again..

A

B

B


Finish this rhyme aabb

Finish this rhyme - AABB

A

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

  • Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

  • All the King's horses and all the King's men

  • Couldn't put Humpty together again..

A

B

B


Finish this rhyme3

Finish this rhyme

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.


Finish this rhyme4

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.


Finish this rhyme5

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.

B


Finish this rhyme6

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.

B

C


Finish this rhyme7

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.

B

C

B


Finish this rhyme abcb

Finish this rhyme - ABCB

A

  • Roses are red,

  • Violets are blue,

  • I’m a bit confused,

  • Because there’s a flower in my shoe.

B

C

B


Finish this rhyme8

Finish this rhyme

  • Steven Gerrard is a bore.

  • He’s really reallylooney.

  • I much prefer someone who could score

  • Like that guy... you know...

  • Wayne Rooney


Finish this rhyme9

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Steven Gerrard is a bore.

  • He’s really reallylooney.

  • I much prefer someone who could score

  • Like that guy... you know... Wayne Rooney

B


Finish this rhyme10

Finish this rhyme

A

  • Steven Gerrard is a bore.

  • He’s really reallylooney.

  • I much prefer someone who could score

  • Like that guy... you know... Wayne Rooney

B

A

B


Finish this rhyme abab

Finish this rhyme - ABAB

A

  • Steven Gerrard is a bore.

  • He’s really reallylooney.

  • I much prefer someone who could score

  • Like that guy... you know... Wayne Rooney

B

A

B


Finish this rhyme aabb1

Finish this rhyme - AABB

  • I often wish that I

  • could have a slice of pie.

  • Whenever I see a snowflake,

  • it makes me think of cake.


Finish this rhyme11

Finish this rhyme

A

  • I often wish that I

  • could have a slice of pie.

  • Whenever I see a snowflake,

  • it makes me think of cake.

A

B

B


Finish this rhyme aabb2

Finish this rhyme - AABB

  • Mirror mirror on the wall

  • Sorry. I had to make a call.

  • If you want to talk with me

  • You will have to count to three.


Finish this rhyme aabb3

Finish this rhyme - AABB

A

  • Mirror mirror on the wall

  • Sorry. I had to make a call.

  • If you want to talk with me

  • You will have to count to three.

A

B

B


Let s try and construct our own quatrains

Let’s try and construct our own quatrains.

  • It’s always easier to write about something you know and like.

  • For example, it is difficult to write about the politics of Canada.

  • Only ever worry about your first line and move from there.

  • Use previous work to inspire you.


Let s try and construct our own quatrains1

Let’s try and construct our own quatrains.

  • ____________________ A

  • ____________________ A

  • ____________________ B

  • ____________________ B

  • or

  • ____________________ A

  • ____________________ B

  • ____________________ A

  • ____________________ B


Homework

Homework

  • I’m giving you an A4 page. Write down all of the poems that you have created in my classes on that page.

  • If you have missed a day, you don’t have to have that type of poem but I will be extremely impressed if you do. Such an act might be worthy of a good note.

  • If you lose the sheet, find another A4 page. These sheets will be shown to Miss Keenan so keep them tidy.


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