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  1. Color Poetry(5th grade) Lindsay R. Scott and Chanda Wright ECED 4300-B Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2007

  2. Color PoetryPrewriting Stage5th Grade Lindsay R. Scott ECED 4300-B Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2007

  3. Color Poetry • A form of poetry with each line beginning with a color. • Some poems use the same color in each line or a variety of colors. • Colors are sometimes used as adjectives (description words) and/or focus on sensory descriptions. • In color poetry you will pick a color and describe or compare things that have that color.

  4. Prewriting Stage • Choosing a topic: students will choose a topic to write about. • Considering a function: Students will consider what the function will be when writing. Ex: imaginative, personal • Considering the audience: Students will choose who they are writing for. Ex: themselves or others • Considering a form: journal, narrative, poem, etc.

  5. Graphic Organizer for Prewriting Stage What things LOOK (color)? What things SOUND (color)? What things SMELL (color)? How does (color) FEEL? What makes YOU FEEL (color)? What things TASTE (color)? What EXPERIENCES or IDEAS seem (color)? Can you think of (color) PLACES? Read Write Think: Color Poems-Using the Five Senses to Guide Prewriting. Retrieved April 14, 2007 from http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=375

  6. Green Green is apples, markers, and cool. Green is the taste of vegetables. Green smells like grass and rain. Green makes me feel envious. Green is the sound of a lawnmower and a sigh. Green is a garden, forest, and a swamp. Green is renewal. Green is beginning again. Green is spring. Color Poem Example Read Write Think:Color Poems-Using the Five Senses to Guide Prewriting. Retrieved April 14, 2007 from http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=375

  7. Prewriting Practice Activity • As a class, students will choose a color. • As a class, students will complete graphic organizer (The teacher will complete the graphic organizer on the board for students to follow along individually. )

  8. Prewriting Assessment Activity • Students will choose a color. • Students will complete graphic organizer individually.

  9. Color PoetryDrafting Stage5th Grade Chanda Wright ECED 4300-B Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2007

  10. Color Poetry • A form of poetry with each line beginning with a color. • Some poems use the same color in each line or a variety of colors. • Colors are sometimes used as adjectives (description words) and/or focus on sensory descriptions. • In color poetry you will pick a color and describe or compare things that have that color.

  11. Drafting Stage • Students will use graphic organizer to convert ideas into complete sentences forming a color poem. • Students will not focus on correct spelling and neatness. • Students may skip lines to leave space for making revisions. • Draft is not to be used as a final copy.

  12. Color Poem Example Using the Five Senses Green is .... the color of spring. Green is .... renewal. Green is .... the color of envy. Green is .... a new crayon. Green tastes like .... a crisp apple. Green smells like .... fresh cut grass. Green sounds like .... a croaking frog. Green feels like .... soft, velvety moss. Green looks like .... shiny emeralds. Green makes me .... go. Green is .... my favorite color. Read Write Think: Color Poems-Using the Five Senses to Guide Prewriting. Retrieved April 14, 2007 from http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=375

  13. Drafting Practice Activity • As a class, students will use graphic organizer completed during the prewriting stage to complete a color poem.

  14. Drafting Assessment Activity • Students will use graphic organizer completed during the prewriting stage to complete their own color poem.