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Transcript of POET-TREE
Diamante (Diamond) Poetry Center
Haiku Poetry Center
Julie, Josie and Christina
Definition of Poetry
Tips for Teachers
Forms of Poetry
Curriculum Expectations, Learning Goals and Success Criteria
love every flavor.
ookies & Cream.
ven Strawberry and
Tips For Teachers
1. Talk about the differences between stories and poems
2. Start with poems that are manageable
3. Give students a chance to illustrate poems
4. Read a variety of poems out loud
5. Be sure to include some poems written for/ by kids and young adults
6. Discuss the vocabulary used in different poems
7. Give students a chance to read poems out loud together as a class and to each other
8. Look for opportunities to include poetry in other contexts
Explanation of a Biography Poem
What is a Bio Poem
Paint Chip Poetry Center
Verb, Verb, Verb
Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun
Verb, Verb, Verb
A type of writing that uses language to express imaginative and emotional qualities instead of or in addition to meaning
Poetry may be written as individual poems or included in other written forms as in dramatic poetry, hymns, or song lyrics
Who is the best section at the Faculty of Ed
Intelligent, creative, compassionate and driven
Lovers of teaching, children, Isabella’s and Tutto’s
Who feels tired because it’s Monday morning, stressed with assignments, ready for our break on reading week!
Who needs money, a job, and a social life!
Who gives encouragement to their peers, respect to their teachers and positive reinforcement to their students
Who fears angry parents, rowdy students, and the unknown
Who lives in many different cities in Ontario
Who would like to see everyone succeed, have a bright future, and make it to graduation!
A bio poem is a simple poem written about a person, as it follows a predictable pattern. Bio poems generally don't rhyme, and can be autobiographical or biographical
The following is the format of a Biography Poem:
Line 1 - First name only
Line 2 - Four adjectives that describe yourself
Line 3 - Brother/Sister or Son/Daughter of…
Line 4 - Lover of… (3 people, places, or things)
Line 5 - Who feels (3 things)
Line 6 - Who needs (3 things)
Line 7 - Who gives (3 things)
Line 8 - Who fears (3 things)
Line 9 - Who would like to (3 things)
Line 10 - Resident of (your city and state)
Line 11 - Last name only
The Life Of A Cupcake
They put me in the oven to bake.
Me a deprived and miserable cake.
Feeling the heat I started to bubble.
Watching the others I knew I was in trouble...
By: Shelby Greer
Candy Poetry Center
A Drawing Poem
An Outline Poem
-1.1: identify the topic, purpose, and audience for a variety of writing forms
-2.1: write more complex texts using a variety of forms
-3.5: use parts of speech appropriately to communicate their meaning clearly, with a focus on the use of: common and proper nouns; verbs in the simple present, past, and future tenses; adjectives and adverbs
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