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Transcript of Poetry
3. Kigo (season word)
4. Here and Now
7. Compassion - Three short lines
- World's shortest poetry
- Originated in Japan over 300 years ago
- It is about noticing nature around us, open our eyes! What will we do today?
-aural and oral skills
-counting syllables, showing not telling, analyzing form and structure, and rhyming My name is Ms. Cahill and I am here today
to teach you about poetry and later we can play
First there are some skills you all need to know
so listen closely and I will teach and show
I love to write stories
And I hope you do too
And I know you won't be sorry
When the next big writer is you! Sun
Orb of gold
Warming the whole world
Star Cinquain Wind whistles through trees,
Making the wood dance at night,
How pretty it is Haiku Curled on the branch of a tree
Taking a nap The Eagle
He clasps the crag with crooked hands;
Close to the sun in lonely lands,
Ring’d with the azure world, he stands.
The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls;
He watches from his mountain walls,
And like a thunderbolt he falls. Add Steps + Examples for Practice
Bird + Tree example (template) The FIrework Topic (arts and crafts)
Next period in Art we will work on our Poems and hang them outside the classroom on the board. Have recess to think about which poem you will choose and start to brainstorm! Then we will have a poetry reading tomorrow :) Kids will practice oral and aural skills - listening and creating poetry. As well they will incorporate not only learning in English but also in music and art subjects as well. A lesson based on creativity and opening up. A bird is ............ing
I hear it calling to me,
".....," it says. The trees have music,
I hear it when the wind blows,
........... How does this poem differ from the Haiku?
-It was inspired by the Haiku
-first created by the female American poet Adelaide Crapsey, published after her death in 1915.
Line 1: one word (title)
Line 2: two words (describing the title)
Line 3: three words (describe an action)
Line 4: four words (describe a feeling about the topic)
Line 5: one word (refers back to the title; a synonym) Example:
(2) Red, ....
(3) Growing, ...., ....
(5) .... What's the difference? Your Turn! Your Turn! Your Turn! M ....
Y .... Acrostic:
This is a poem where the first letter of each line forms a word (the word being the topic of your poem)
when you read it vertically work in small groups for your turns and
then present poem to the class individually
-I will write down the words for each new poem see if there is a repeat.
Add also to lesson plan THE SCENE The world today can be a scary place,
Hard to keep your faith in the human race.
We're running out of trees and we're running out of space,
But we'll never run out of good people.
Rich or poor - we're born to be free,
Fly around the world and sail the seven seas.
There ain't no place that I'd rather be
Than here right now with good people. Great Big Sea Great Big Sea is a Canadian folk-rock band from Newfoundland and Labrador. The band has been together for 20 years. Light bulb moment! Time to think! SONGS Rhyming