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Evaluation. Conclusion. Introduction. Tasks. Process. Hi kids! I’m Walt the Squirrel and I live here in Poetry Woods! The creatures here know all about the structure and form of poems. Click on Tasks to f ollow me down the path and learn more! If you get lost, ask Mrs. Sweeney for help!.

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Hi kids! I’m Walt the Squirrel and I live here in Poetry Woods! The creatures here know all about the structure and form of poems. Click on Tasks to follow me down the path and learn more! If you get lost, ask Mrs. Sweeney for help!

Poetry Woods

To Tasks

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TTASKS – Choose ONE of the tasks below:

Task 1 - Find a poem from the resources provided and make a poster showing the poet’s use of form (including stanzas, line breaks and punctuation). Be prepared to share the poster with the class. How does the form relate to the meaning?

Task 2 - Compose an original poem and be prepared to share it with the class. Part of your presentation will be explaining the choices that you made in the structure of your poem. How does the form relate to the meaning?

Go to Process for your next step!

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Process – After you have chosen your task, click on the animal to see resources for your task. Be sure to check the evaluation page for the rubric for each task.

http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/podcast/i-named-my-dogs-the-strangest-names/

Click me for the process for task 2

Click me for the process for task 1

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Task 1 Processes – Use the web resources below to gather information about your task. Remember to focus your quest on the FORM of the poetry- specifically lines, stanzas and punctuation. How does the FORM relate to the MEANING? Check the evaluation page to see how your task will be graded.

Step 3: Hear poet Robert Frost’s poem, "The Road Not Taken“. How does he use the form of his poem to help get across his meaning?

Step 5: Select a poem for your poster.

Step 1: Find the definitions of

poetry terms.

Step 6: Create your poster with a partner. Make sure your poster shows how the form of the poem relates to the meaning. Be creative!

Step 2: Discover how form relates to meaning. Make sure to click “continue” at the top.

Step 4: Change a poem by Shel Silverstein to fit your personality.

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Task 2 Processes – Use the web resources below to gather information about your task. Remember to focus your quest on the FORM of the poetry- specifically lines, stanzas and punctuation. How does the FORM relate to the MEANING? Check the evaluation page to see how your task will be graded.

Step 5: Practice writing poetry using poetry forms (Try at least 3 poems from the list!).

Step 1: Find the definitions of

poetry terms.

Step 3: See how decisions about lines and stanzas effect the meaning of your poem.

Step 7: Compose your own poem with a partner. Be prepared to present it to the class and explain how the form of your poem relates to the meaning.

Step 2: Discover how form relates to meaning. Make sure to click “continue” at the top.

Step 4: Get some tips on writing poetry from Jack Prelutsky and hear him read some of his poetry(click “next” at the bottom of his page when you are ready to move on.)

Step 6: Listen to some published poems to get some ideas for your poem. How does the form relate to the meaning?

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Evaluation – Click on the correct animal to see the rubric for the task that you chose.

Click me for the rubric for TASK 2.

Click me for the rubric for TASK 1.

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Did you have fun in Poetry Woods today? The animals in the woods told me that you really know how the structure and form of poems relate to their meaning! Before you leave, learn some more cool stuff about poetry!

Learn more about poet Robert Frost.

Read poems written by kids like you from around the world. How did they use stanzas, lines and punctuation?

Discover the wonders of nature through the poetry of William Wordsworth.

Can you figure out Mrs. Sweeney’s favorite poet based on the squirrel's name?

Learn about the different types of poems .

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Teacher Page

http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/podcast/i-named-my-dogs-the-strangest-names/

Students will:

1. Recognize stanzas, punctuation and lines as structural elements of poetry.

2. Interpret how these structural elements relate to the meaning of poetry.

Accommodations and modifications:

-Students with reading difficulties will be given peer support.

-ESL students will be given extended time and dictation as needed.

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