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Spine Label Poetry

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on 26 April 2013

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Transcript of Spine Label Poetry

Spine label poetry uses a style of poetry known as "found poetry." Found poetry uses the words of others and rearranges them in the form of a poem. What do you want to achieve with your poem What is the topic of your poem? Find a Spark! Do you have a favorite word? Poetic devices include rhyme, metaphor, alliteration, repetition, and more! These devices can establish a poem, enhance its meaning, make it more cohesive, and make it prettier. What interests you? What event has made an impact in your life? A favorite book title? Use Destiny Quest to search for book titles. Use the Dewey Decimal Classification System to find books related to your topic. Use Poetic Devices! Use the Poetic Devices site bookmarked on the iPad to learn more! April is National Poetry Month! Add a "turn" to the end of the poem. Save your most powerful message or insight for the end of your poem. Create your poem! Have fun! 1. Pull books from the library to create your poem.
2. Once your poem is complete, take pic with you and the poem.
3. Connect to the Spine Label Poem Site, and upload your pic along with the text of your poem. Use the shelf markers! Source: "How to Write a Poem." Wiki How. Network Solutions, n.d. Web. 21 Apr. 2013. <http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Poem>. Spine Label Poetry
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