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Transcript of Haiku Poetry
What is Poetry?
Poetry is literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm.
Examples of Haiku Poetry
The rain is falling
while the flowers are blooming
Spring is almost here
Let's watch a short video on Haiku poetry and learn how to start writing our own.
Let's write our own "What Am I?" poems!
Get out a blank sheet of paper.
What animal should we write about first?
First line = 5 syllables
Second lone = 7 syllables
Third line = 5 syllables
Can you name different types of poetry?
What is Haiku Poetry?
A Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons
The frog is jumping
on a bright green lily pad
then falls in the pond
Lightening strikes the ground
The big storm is almost here
Time to stay inside
So, a Haiku poems has 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line, and 5 syllables in the third line, right?
But what is a syllable?
Now it is your turn to write three "What Am I?" poems
Write 3 "What Am I?" poems on your piece of paper.
When you have completed your 3 poems, come have them checked with me and then you may go to your computer and start typing them.
Keep your document at centered alignment (Like your My Favorites Image Search)
Add images to your document that relates to your poems.
Play around with font, sizes, colors, and WordArt.
You have today and tomorrow to work on this.
When you are done you will print them to A-5 Color printer and turn them into the basket.
After watching the video and looking at examples of Haiku poems, what did you learn?