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Erin Duede Jessica Parks. Diamante Poetry. ECED 4300B, Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2008, 4 th Grade. Erin Duede. Prewriting ELA4R3 The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student

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    1. Erin Duede Jessica Parks Diamante Poetry ECED 4300B, Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2008, 4th Grade

    2. Erin Duede • Prewriting • ELA4R3 The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student • i. Identifies and applies the meaning of the terms antonym, synonym, and homophone.

    3. PLO • Students will be able to identify and understand synonyms and antonyms in order to write a diamante poem.

    4. Form of Writing • Today we are going to write a diamante poem. • A diamante poem is a seven line poem in the shape of a diamond. • This type of poem can be used to compare and contrast antonyms (opposites).

    5. Form continued… • When writing a diamante poem, it is important to be able to use the different parts of speech. • For the first line, a noun is listed for the subject of the poem. • Remember, a noun is a person, place, or thing.

    6. Form continued… • The second line consists of two adjectives describing the subject. • Adjectives are words that describe how something looks, acts, etc. • Three participles (-ing words) are written on the third line to describe the subject.

    7. Form continued… • The fourth line consists of four nouns. • The first two are related to the subject from the first line of the poem. • The second two nouns describe the antonym of the subject.

    8. Form continued… • Line five lists three participles describing the antonym (opposite) of the subject. • The sixth line contains two adjectives that describe the opposite of the subject.

    9. Form continued… • For the last line, one noun is listed that is the opposite of the subject.

    10. Stage of Writing • Prewriting: • This stage of writing helps you organize your thoughts and gets you ready to write. • During the prewriting stage, we need to think about four key components: form, purpose, audience, and topic.

    11. Stage of Writing continued… • This particular form is diamante poetry. • The purpose is to entertain, and the audience is our classmates. • We need to think of topic we are interested in, and then sort out our thoughts so our poem will make sense.

    12. Graphic Organizer • To sort and organize our thoughts, we need to write our ideas in a graphic organizer.

    13. Diamante Poetry (Prewriting)

    14. Example citation • Murphy. (n.d.). Diamante Poems by Mrs. Murphy’s Class. Retrieved November 10, 2008, from Franklin Lakes Web site: http://www.franklinlakes.k12.nj.us/famsweb/curriculum/English/diamantepoems/diamante.html

    15. Practice Activity • The students will complete a graphic organizer as a class in order to finish the prewriting stage for diamante poetry.

    16. Prewriting Assessment Activity • The students will complete a graphic organizer individually.

    17. Jessica Parks • Prewriting • ELA4R3 The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student • i. Identifies and applies the meaning of the terms antonym, synonym, and homophone.

    18. PLO • Students will be able to identify and understand synonyms and antonyms in order to write a diamante poem.

    19. Form of Writing • Today we are going to write a diamante poem. • A diamante poem is a seven line poem in the shape of a diamond. • This type of poem can be used to compare and contrast antonyms (opposites).

    20. Form continued… • When writing a diamante poem, it is important to be able to use the different parts of speech. • For the first line, a noun is listed for the subject of the poem. • Remember, a noun is a person, place, or thing.

    21. Form continued… • The second line consists of two adjectives describing the subject. • Adjectives are words that describe how something looks, acts, etc. • Three participles (-ing words) are written on the third line to describe the subject.

    22. Form continued… • The fourth line consists of four nouns. • The first two are related to the subject from the first line of the poem. • The second two nouns describe the antonym of the subject.

    23. Form continued… • Line five lists three participles describing the antonym (opposite) of the subject. • The sixth line contains two adjectives that describe the opposite of the subject.

    24. Form continued… • For the last line, one noun is listed that is the opposite of the subject.

    25. Stage of Writing • Drafting: • This stage of writing helps you form your poem by using your graphic organizer. • During the drafting stage, we need to write the poem in the shape of a diamond.

    26. Stage of Writing Continued… • We can use our graphic organizer to see what should be placed on each line of our poem. • During our drafting stage, we do not need to worry about errors.

    27. Stage of Writing Continued… • We can fix our errors during the revision and editing stages.

    28. Graphic Organizer • To draft our poem, we fill in our graphic organizer for drafting using our graphic organizer from the prewriting stage.

    29. Example citation • Murphy. (n.d.). Diamante Poems by Mrs. Murphy’s Class. Retrieved November 10, 2008, from Franklin Lakes Web site: http://www.franklinlakes.k12.nj.us/famsweb/curriculum/English/diamantepoems/diamante.html

    30. Practice Activity • The students will complete a graphic organizer as a class in order to finish the drafting stage for diamante poetry.

    31. Drafting Assessment Activity • The students will complete a graphic organizer individually.