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Grade 5 Poetry

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Amanda Hunley

on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Grade 5 Poetry

Structural Elements and Haiku Poetry with Miss Hunley What do you know about
poetry? Poetry is also
made up of many elements: -Lines
-Stanzas Definitions: Line- A unit of meaning
-it may consist of one word, a phrase, or even a sentence. Stanzas: Lines that are grouped together.

- Usually, each stanza in a poem has the SAME number of lines! Psst...get our your reading notebook Let's find a line in this poem, "My Beard" Definitions: Rhyme: The repetition of sounds
at the ends of lines or within the lines.
(Can you name some rhyming words?) Definitions: -The way lines rhyme form particular rhyming patterns..... I love noodles. Give me oodles.
Make a mound up to the sun.
Noodles are my favorite foodles.
I eat noodles by the ton.

By Lucia and James L. Hymes, Jr. ABAB Rhyming Pattern Where are the rhyming words? ABBA Rhyming Pattern Let me fetch sticks,
Let me fetch stones,
Throw me your bones,
Teach me your tricks.

By Eleanor Farjeon ______ Rhyming Pattern There once was a musical king
Who suddenly started to sing
The birds in the sky
All started to fly Let's dissect a poem! -Read a Line
- Locate a stanza
-Name the pattern Hippo's Hope

There once was a hippo who wanted to fly --
Fly-hi-dee, try-hi-dee, my-hi-dee-ho.
So he sewed him some wings that could flap through the sky --
Sky-hi-dee, fly-hi-dee, why-hi-dee-go.

He climbed to the top of a mountain of snow --
Snow-hi-dee, slow-hi-dee, oh-hi-dee-hoo.
With the clouds high above and the sea down below --
Where-hi-dee, there-hi-dee, scare-hi-dee-boo.

(Happy ending)
And he flipped and he flapped and he bellowed so loud --
Now-hi-dee, loud-hi-dee, proud-hi-dee-poop.
And he sailed like an eagle, off into the clouds -- High-hi-dee, fly-hi-dee, bye-hi-dee-boop. ABCB Pattern Roses are red
Violets are blue
Sugar is sweet
And so are you Reading and Writing Poetry Poem (Noun): A piece of writing set out in short line, often with a noticeable rhythm and some words that rhyme. Many poems are written to help the reader or listener share and experience or feel strong emotions. Poems may also be written to entertain! In a poem, the words are often chosen for their sounds as well as their meanings. Poetry is about being sensitive to language, choice of words, and arrangement of thoughts. A poem may make you laugh or cry. Poems are emotional. They evoke feelings. Sometimes you have to struggle with a poem a bit, to go beyond the surface words to a meaning that lies below. Let's Write Our Own Rhyming Poems!! Haiku Poetry What do you Know about haiku poems? Who has written a haiku? Haiku is an ancient poetry style from Japan
They are short poems, with usually 17 syllables, and contain three things: About Haiku Poetry.... 1. Describe nature or natural objects

2. Include a second image or insight that
gives energy (or describes the 1st image)

3. Contain Syllable pattern: 5-7-5
(17 syllables) Let's read and count the syllables.  ABAB – lines 1 & 3 rhyme and lines 2 & 4 rhyme
 AABB – lines 1 & 2 rhyme and lines 3 & 4 rhyme
 ABBA – lines 1 & 4 rhyme and lines 2 & 3 rhyme
 ABCB – lines 2 & 4 rhyme and lines 1 & 3 do not rhyme
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