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Poetry Part 1. Learning Targets Students will identify examples of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds, including alliteration, on a: specific verse or stanza of a poem

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learning targets
Learning Targets
  • Students will identify examples of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds, including alliteration, on a: specific verse or stanza of a poem
  • Students will analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds, including alliteration, on a: specific verse or stanza of a poem
  • Students will explain the meaning of a poem
Learning Targets
activities
Bell ringers
    • Write down 5 things about Poetry
    • Define a haiku and tell the deference between a haiku and a concrete poem
    • CATS practice page 533 1-4
    • Textbook page 161
    • Define onomatopoeia and provide an example
Activities
note taking
Concrete poem
  • Personification
  • Onomatopoeia
Note taking
poems
Things by Eloise Greenfield
  • Ham n Eggs by A Tribe Called Quest

Discuss the purpose and describe your reaction

Poems
slide6
Read the The Rider by Nye, Seal by Smith, and Haiku by Buson
    • Create a chart for poetic form; haiku, concrete and lyric
    • Define each using text book and power point
Poem
slide7
Read out loud Winter by Giovanni, Solt by Ellen, and haiku by Basho
    • How are these three poems similar?
    • Name one important element of nature in each of the three haiku
Poem
slide8
Read out loud Loo-Wit by Wendy Rose and Life by Madgett
    • List three details that lead to the conclusion for Life:
      • The speaker believes that people lose interest in life as they grow older
    • Give three personification in Loo-Wit
Poem
activities1
Daily activities
  • Activities
  • Draw a picture that corresponds to your favorite poem
  • Figurative language
  • Complete pages 150, 153,154 and 158 in student workbook
  • Figurative language using Winter by Giovanni, Solt by Ellen, and haiku by Basho
  • Complete pages 163, 164
  • Figurative language using personification and simile
  • Complete page 9 and 10 from Poetry Writing
  • Sound Devices and Vocabulary building: Page 176-177
Activities
slide10
Notes on personification
  • Read Loo-Wit and Life
    • In Life give three examples of how people lose interest in life as they age
    • In Loo-Wit give three examples personification
    • Group activity for poetic devices
    • http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/figurative-language-worksheets/poetic-devices-illustration-project.pdf
Poem
activities2
1. Note taking from power point on poetic devices
  • http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/figurative-language/poetic-devices/poetic-devices-activities/
  • 2. Do you think these poems are meaning for people your age? Share responses with a partner
Activities
poem and activities week 2
Read Weather by Merriam
    • Which sound devices does the poet use in the last stanza?
    • Paraphrase Weather
  • http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/figurative-language-worksheets/identifying-poetic-devices.pdf questions 1-5
  • Make your own tongue twister
  • List three items that remind you of water
Poem and activitiesweek 2
poems and activities
Read Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out by Silverstein and One by Berry
    • Paraphrase the poem
    • If Sarah could dedicate just five minutes a day to..
  • Note taking from 7thgradePoetryUnit
  • www.phschool.com web code ema-607
Poems and activities
poem and activities
Read out loud Full Fathom Five
    • Paraphrase
  • Note taking on Sonnets 7thgradePoetryUnit
  • Complete question 2 on page 590 in text
    • Examples:
  • http://www.alterpet.org/pet_poems.htm
  • Create your own poem in the style of your favorite pet
Poem and activities
poem and activity
Sonnet
    • Use for note taking and reading
  • http://www.funny-poems-for-free.com/funny-sonnet-poems.html
  • Read out loud Sonnet 130 My Mistress Eyes http://www.love-poems.me.uk/shakespeare_sonnet_130_mistress_eyes.htm
  • Activity
  • Respond to http://www.love-poems.me.uk/shakespeare_sonnet_18_shall_i_compare_thee_to_a_summers_day.htm
  • Draw a picture based on the description of the man’s mistress
Poem and activity
poem end of week 1 2
Ciits test on poetry
  • Benchmark diagnostic test on poetry
  • Write a poem
    • Label the style
    • Use two poetic devices
    • Illustrate
    • Example
      • http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/shel_silverstein/poems/14818
Poem end of week 1& 2
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