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3rd Grade Poetry
Transcript of 3rd Grade Poetry
Poetry means different things to different people.
Used to express yourself.
Comes in many different forms.
Here you will learn how to write your own poetry! Acrostic Poems This form of poetry is one you might be familiar with. You write a word up and down and use the letter of each line to form another word or a phrase. Acrostic Example Fantastic
Delightful Haiku Traditional Japanese poetry
Have 3 lines.
The first line has 5 syllables.
The second line has 7 syllables.
The last line has 5 syllables.
Usually about nature Haiku Example -Ms. Niendorf A deer drinks water,
from the cool and clear river.
A moment of peace. -Ms. Niendorf Diamante Used to show contrasts, or differences.
7 lines that make the poem a diamond.
Set guidelines of words used.
Line 1: Noun or subject
Line 2: 2 Adjectives describing noun/subject
Line 3: 3 -ing words describing the noun/subject
Line 4: 4 words: 2 about the first noun/subject, 2 about the antonym/synonym
Line 5: 3 -ing words about the antonym/synonym
Line 6: 2 adjectives describing the antonym/synonym
Line 7: Antonym/synonym for the subject Diamante Example Sleep
comforting, relaxing, calming
doze, lull, alert, revived
functioning, energizing, refreshing
Awake -Ms. Niendorf Cinquain Set number of syllables in each line.
Set guidlines of words used
.Line 1: Noun (2 Syllables)
Line 2: Description of Noun (4 Syllables)
Line 3: Action (6 Syllables)
Line 4: Feeling or Effect (8 Syllables)
Line 5: Synonym (2 Syllables) Cinquain Example Friendship
Creating trust and affection
Closeness -Ms. Niendorf Sources
Poetry components retrieved from ShadowPoetry.com
All poems were written by me, Ms. Niendorf. If I can do it, you can do it too! Poetry Has Meaning Watch these videos to see how poetry
effects it's readers.
Decide what kind of poetry you'd like
to read and write! Ms. Niendorf Contact Me If you need some help with poetry, or anything else, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd be happy to help!