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This is a demonstration of Slide TRANSITIONS. Slide Transitions can be an interesting way to move from one slide to the next. Tiger (Woods). T op golf player in the world I ncredible iron shots G ets great sponsors E ven eats bananas while he plays R espected by all athletes. Harry

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This is a demonstration of slide transitions

This is a demonstration of Slide TRANSITIONS

Slide Transitions can be an interesting way to move from one slide to the next.


This is a demonstration of slide transitions

Tiger (Woods)

Topgolf player inthe world

Incredible iron shots

Gets great sponsors

Even eats bananas while he plays

Respected by all athletes.


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Harry

Small, brave, clever

Son of James and Lily

Much loved by Hagrid

Sibling of no one

Wishes Draco Malfoy would leave him alone

Wants to be a great wizard

Who fears Voldemort

Who is afraid of Potions class

Who feels lonely during the holidays

Who gives Gryffindor points

Who would like to meet his parents

Lover of Quidditch

Resident of Hogwarts (some of the time)

Potter


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  • An old silent pond…

  • A frog jumps into the pond,

  • Splash! Silence again.

  • Basho (1644-1694)

  • Scholastic Guides How to Write Poetry, p.100


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Winter will soon end

But it always leaves a mess

As it melts and drips

Making streets muddy and wet

A slow departure each year


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Games

Played on

Computers

Are my hobby

Fun


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Television

Large, black

Watching, projecting, channel flipping

Click! Remote control, pages, Swish!

Reading, writing, sharing

Portable, printable

Books


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Autumn

Brilliant, picturesque

Beautifies, brightens, enchants

Wears colorful clothes of orange and red

Spectacle


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Stars

Bright, small

Glowing, guiding, guarding

Watching over me at night

Swoosh!


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The Purple Cow

I never saw a purple cow,

I never hope to see one;

But I can tell you, anyhow,

I’d rather see than be one.

- Gelett BurgessTalking Like the Rain, p. 35


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Mud Turtles

On the rock the turtles get

When they are tired of being wet.

Back into the pond they slide

When they are tired of being dried.

  • Grace Taber Hallock

  • The Beauty of the Beast: Poems from the Animal Kingdom, p.24


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Poetry Alive!

8th Grade Humanities Unitcreated for Ms. Ling Hsiao

Peer and Self Review Handout

Date:Your Name:

Type of Poem: CinquainName of classmate:

1. I liked ___________’s poem because…

2. His/her poem used ______________________ (poetic device).

3. How did the poetic device affect the poem?

4. _______________ (classmate) told me my poem was ____________ (adjective) because….

5. The thing I like most about my poem is…


This is a demonstration of slide transitions

Poetry Alive!

8th Grade Humanities Unitcreated for Ms. Ling Hsiao

Peer and Self Review Handout

Date:Your Name:

Type of Poem: QuatrainName of classmate:

1. I liked ___________’s poem because…

2. His/her poem used ______________________ (poetic device).

3. How did the poetic device affect the poem?

4. _______________ (classmate) told me my poem was ____________ (adjective) because….

5. The thing I like most about my poem is…


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