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Poetry has. Emotions Images Rhythms. Poetry evokes emotions in the reader. A poem makes you feel happy, sad, lonely, etc. Listen to a poem and ask yourself… How did this author feel when he/she wrote this poem?. What creates the feeling?. You may have thought the author felt sad.

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poetry has

Poetry has..

Emotions

Images

Rhythms

poetry evokes emotions in the reader
Poetry evokes emotions in the reader
  • A poem makes you feel happy, sad, lonely, etc. Listen to a poem and ask yourself…
  • How did this author feel when he/she wrote this poem?
what creates the feeling
What creates the feeling?
  • You may have thought the author felt sad.
  • What words did the author use to create the feeling of sadness?
  • Tears ran down her face.
  • He walked with his head hanging low.
  • Read the poem again and find the feeling in the poem.
poems bring an image to mind
Poems bring an image to mind.
  • Good poetry creates wonderful images.
  • When you read a poem you should be able to bring a picture up in your mind.
  • What image does this poem bring to your mind?
  • Draw a picture of the image.
poems bring an image to mind1
Poems bring an image to mind.
  • Good poetry creates wonderful images.
  • When you read a poem you should be able to bring a picture up in your mind.
  • What image does this poem bring to mind?
  • Draw a picture of the image.
what words created the image
What words created the image?
  • When you read the poem again compare your picture to the words in the poem.
  • What words did you attend to that helped you draw your picture?
  • Write those words under your picture.
poems have a rhythm
Poems have a rhythm.
  • Poems have a beat. A poem can be fast, slow, smooth or even bumpy when you read it.
  • The words create the rhythm.
  • Listen to the poem. What is the rhythm?
how did the words create the beat
How did the words create the beat?
  • Words sound different alone and when they are combined with other words.
  • Popcorn is a bumpy word. Your voice bumps up and down on this word.
  • Slip is a smooth word. Your voice slides as it says this word.
combining words will make the poem sing
Combining words will make the poem “sing”
  • If I write big, puffy, popcorn ball the sentence bumps up and down.
  • If I write slip, slide on icy slopes the words slide together smoothly.
combining words that rhyme creates another rhythm in a poem
Combining words that rhyme creates another rhythm in a poem.

Twiggly, wiggly

Creepy tree,

Make a tree house

Just for me.

Yappy, snappy

Growling dog,

You will be

A friendly frog.

what kind of poem can you make
What kind of poem can you make?
  • Is it funny?
  • Is it sad?Did you make me see something?
  • Could it be a song?
  • Can more than one person read it?
poems come in many structures
Poems come in many structures.
  • Haikus
  • Cinquains
  • Free verse
  • Limmerick
  • Acroustic
  • Etc.