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Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 4 - 7 , 2012. Retrieve notebook and open ticket container Write HW in Agenda : - Begin HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7 Bring in portable jump-drive with beginning of HIPSOMA Poem. Begin Warm-up - writing. Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 4, 2012.

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language arts agenda for sept 4 7 2012
Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 4 - 7, 2012
  • Retrieve notebook and open ticket container
  • Write HW in Agenda: -
  • Begin HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7
  • Bring in portable jump-drivewith beginning of HIPSOMA Poem.
  • Begin Warm-up - writing
language arts agenda for sept 4 2012
Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 4, 2012
  • Retrievenotebook and open ticket container.
  • Write HW in Agenda: -
  • Begin HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7
  • Bring in jump-drive with start of HIPSOMA Poem on it.
  • Begin Writing Warm-up Date: 9-4-12

Prompt: If you could be a book character, who would you be and why? (5 sentence response)

language arts agenda for sept 5 2012
Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 5, 2012
  • Retrieve notebook, Netbook & open ticket container.
  • Write HW in Agenda: -
  • Add to HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7.
  • Bring in jump-drive with partial HIPSOMA Poem on it.
  • Begin Writing Warm-up Date: 9-5-12

Prompt: Think about the many things that have wheels. How would the world be different if the wheel had never been invented?

(5 sentence response)

  • Log on.
language arts agenda for sept 6 2012
Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 6, 2012
  • Retrievenotebook, Netbook and open ticket container.
  • Write HW in Agenda: -
  • Add to HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7.
  • Bring in jump-drive with partial HIPSOMA Poem on it.
  • Begin Writing Warm-up

Prompt: In 1620 the Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower and sailed away to England to settle a new land. As you start the new school year, what do you leave behind from last year? What do you look forward to?

(5 sentence response)

  • Log-in.
language arts agenda for sept 7 2012
Language Arts Agenda for Sept. 7, 2012
  • Retrieve notebook and open ticket container.
  • Write HW in Agenda: -
  • Add to HIPSOMA Poem – due Friday, 9/7.
  • Bring in jump-drive with partial HIPSOMA Poem on it.
  • Begin Writing Warm-up

Prompt: Do you have a special place at home to do your homework? If so, what is the place like? Describe a good work place. If you don’t have a work place at home, ask your parents if you can prepare one this week.

(5 sentence response)

language arts sept 4 2012
Language Arts Sept. 4, 2012
  • View Figurative Language PPT (HIPSOMA)
  • Go over model of HIPSOMA Poem
  • Begin work on HIPSOMA Poem
figurative language resource
Figurative Language Resource
  • Hyperbole: An obvious exaggeration. Sometimes it is confused with a simile or metaphor. (Example: Mrs. Jones gives tons of homework.)
  • Idiom: a phrase or expression that means something different from what the words actually say. (Example: It is raining cats and dogs.)
  • Personification: Giving human qualities to an animal, object, or idea. (Example: The pencil danced across the [paper.)
  • Simile: Compares two things that are unlike but have some qualities in common. It does use the words like or as. (My nose is red like a cherry. My nose is as red as a cherry.)
  • Onomatopoeia: The use of words whose sounds echo their meaning. (Example: The bee went buzz.)
  • Metaphor: Compares two things that are unlike but have the same qualities in common. It doesnot use the words like or as. (Example: The tree is a ballerina in green.)
  • Alliteration: The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of word. (Example: The wild woolly walrus waits and wonders when we’ll walk by.)
language arts sept 5 2012
Language Arts Sept. 5, 2012
  • Smart Board – review of simple and compound sentences
  • Students continue work on computers (HIPSOMA Poems). Remember to use resource sheet from notebook.
simple vs compound sentences
Simple vs. Compound Sentences
  • What is the difference?
simple sentences
Simple Sentences
  • A simple sentence contains a ________________ and a _______________.
  • It can stand all by itself. It is independent which means it does not have to depend on anything else. Therefore we call it an
  • _________________________________ clauses.
compound sentences
Compound Sentences

A compound sentence is made up of two

_________________________________ clauses.

compound sentences1
Compound Sentences

There are two types of compound sentences.

One contains a ___________________________ conjunction that separates the independent clauses.

We remember these conjunctions by calling them

_________________________________.

compound sentences2
Compound Sentences

We remember the coordinating conjunctions by calling them FANBOYS.

F = ___________________________________

A= ___________________________________

N= ___________________________________

B= ___________________________________

O= ___________________________________

Y= ___________________________________

S= ___________________________________

compound sentences3
Compound Sentences

When we use a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS) in a compound sentence, we place a __________________________ in front of it.

, FANBOYS

compound sentences4
Compound Sentences
  • Another way to represent a compound sentence is to use a __________________________________ between the two independent sentences.

;

practice simple vs compound sentences
Practice: Simple vs. Compound Sentences

Practice worksheet. Finish for HW.

elements of poetry
Elements of Poetry

Stanza = a group of lines, usually similar in length and pattern. Many stanzas in poems are divided by a _________________________. They look very much like a ________________________________ in a book. Each stanza usually talks about one ___________________.

elements of poetry1
Elements of Poetry

Verse = a single _______________________ of a poem. It may be a complete __________________________, but must of the time it is a sentence ___________________________.

elements of poetry2
Elements of Poetry

“Lighting a Fire” by X. J. Kennedy

One quick scratch

of a kitchen match

And giant flames unzip!

How do they store

So huge a roar

In such a tiny tip?

elements of poetry3
Elements of Poetry

How many stanzas? _________________

How many verses?__________________

The three lines (verses) in each stanza make up a single __________________________.

And each stanza contains its own main _____________________.

elements of poetry4
Elements of Poetry
  • RHYME = a repetition of ____________________________________ at the end of words. (i.e. bleak and streak rhyme).
elements of poetry5
Elements of Poetry

RHYTHM = sound pattern created by stressed and unstressed syllables. Stressed syllables receive more emphasis than unstressed syllables.

i.e. “The morns are meeker than they were,”

i am poem
I AM Poem

I AM (my 1st stanza)

  • I AM caring and understanding.
  • I WONDER what the homeless people do.
  • I HEAR sleigh bells ringing.
  • I SEE a snowman dancing.
  • I WANT peace on our Earth.
  • I AM caring and understanding.
i am poem1
I AM Poem

I AM (my 2nd stanza)

  • I PRETEND to be a robot walking around.
  • I FEEL like a bird that is flying.
  • I can TOUCH the moon.
  • I WORRY about my nieces and nephews.
  • I CRY about the unfairness in the world.
  • I AM caring and understanding.
i am poem2
I AM Poem

I AM (my 3rd stanza)

  • I PRETEND to be a robot walking around.
  • I FEEL like a bird that is flying.
  • I can TOUCH the moon.
  • I WORRY about my nieces and nephews.
  • I CRY about the unfairness in the world.
  • I AM caring and understanding.
i am poem3
I AM Poem

I AM (my 4th stanza)

  • I UNDERSTAND how other people feel.
  • I SAY be nice to each other.
  • I DREAM about children laughing.
  • I TRY to be fair to other people.
  • I HOPE others will find happiness.
  • I AM caring and understanding
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