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Transcript of "How-To-Be" Poem
Step 1 - Select an Idea
Choose a topic that you know very well or you will need to complete research.. You will need to describe or detail several facts about your idea.
Think of skills that you know how to do. Think of people or ideas that you know well. Or select any topic that is unique!
Decide your purpose. Will it be funny, silly, or informative? All in all, you are giving your perspective.
Step 2 - List the details
-Write down everything you know! Or research your topic to find facts.
-Make a list of at least 10 interesting facts.
-Tell what's interesting, unique, and intriguing.
-sometimes black and gray
-sometimes loud in an angry way, can be happy
-include jellyfish and crab
Step 3 - Draft your poem
Using each line as a predicate, begin each sentence as a verb.
Use a variety of verbs! Write at least eight lines using eight different verbs. Each line is at least five words.
-Be as blue as the sky
-Darken to black or gray at times
-Let your ripples rap against the shore
- Allow jellyfish to pulse and hermit crab to scuttle
-Rock and stomp, crash and boom!
-Feel the ocean's heart beat!
How to Be Poem
-Select several interesting bits of information about your topic.
-Write an eight line poem with imperative sentences.
-Each line will be a predicate.
-Each line should start with a different verb.
-Complete final draft on our ipads. : )
How To Be a Cosmos
Encompass 20 species
Exceed three feet in height
Display pretty petals in shades of red, pink, and white
Grow as a native in Mexico
Find yourself also in Arizona, Central America, and South America
Adapt to your environment
Be named after the Greek word "harmony."