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Haiku's

Lesson on writing haiku's
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Fran Stucki

on 7 May 2010

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Transcript of Haiku's

HAIKUS SWBAT:
eXPLAIN SOME HISTORY
AND INFORMATION ABOUT
HAIKU'S
UNDERSTAND SYLLABICATION
wRITE A HAIKU THAT FOLLOWS
THE SYLLABICATION PATTERN
OF 5-7-5 AND TELLS WHEN, WHERE,
AND WHAT HISTORY:
Basho, known as Mr. Bananatree, the great Japanese poet who haiku. Haiku' is a tiny poem filled with a love of nature. After a year in 1683 during which his hut burned down and his mother died, he took to the road. At the age of forty (in 1684) he travelled from place to place, like a tramp or wandering monk, walking through the countryside, living by teaching poetry in each town or village where he stopped. Japanese people planted a banana tree in their front yards and Basho would sit under them to teach. That is why he is called Mr. Bananatree.
How would you describe an old tree? a new one? A tree in Fall?A tree in Spring?
SYLLABACATION:
home
daisy
mocking bird
super nova
unidentified
Write your own 1, 2,& 3, syllable words Check the 5,7,5 syllabacation:
nighttime at the sea
little white crabs and big red ones
outside my hotel
Holly Cook 8 yrs. old bat in the cave
hanging upside down alone
on the winter day A Haiku tells WHEN, WHERE, and WHAT
Where is the poet?
When was the poet there?
What did he see?
Snow melts.
Suddenly, the village
is full of children.
By Issi Frog sunning on lily pad
as dragonfly darts by.
Thrapp!
By Bruce Lansky
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