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January 30, 2014
Transcript of January 30, 2014
Imagine that Nemo never found his dad. What would his story be like then? Start creating a short story for Nemo's new life.
If you haven't seen
, name your favorite movie that has a happy ending and describe what it would be like with a NEW ending!
An un-patterned, open form of poetry that doesn’t use meter or rhyme.
Imagery Pictionary Pass
Imagery matters! Pick one solid image from your best moment (assigned sense)
Write it at the top of a piece of loose leaf, then fold it over
Pass it to the next person, who must draw a picture of that image, folding over theirs as well
Next person has to write what they think the image is,etc.
Close your eyes and create the most vivid and detailed image you can, based on what I say
Descriptive words and phrases that describe the concrete experience of the five senses
The pattern in which a poem rhymes at the end of a line.
Let's see your best poetry!
First, fill out your graphic organizer
When you finish, call me over to check your ideas
Get started! :)
Ex) Nothing is so beautiful as spring--
When weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush;
Thrush's eggs look like low heavens . . .
---"Spring" Gerard Manley Hopkins
Jack be Nimble
Jack be Nimble 2
Ex) "Fog" by Carl Sandburg
The fog comes
on little cat feet.
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
What have we learned so far that we can use in poetry?
Alliteration, metaphor, simile, symbolism, personification, stanza, imagery, free verse, and rhyme scheme!
Favorite personification example
Something funny (appropriate)
Write in great detail what you saw in your "mind's eye"
Try to include 5 senses (taste, touch, smell, hear, see)