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  1. Poetry 8 Heading Mr. Dunne • 12th November

  2. Haiku

  3. To learn what a Haiku is. • To create our own Haiku poems. Objective

  4. Snow melts. Suddenly, the village is full of children. Frog sunning on lily pad as dragonfly darts by. Thrapp! Examples Sudden spring storm--a family of ducks paddlesaround the deserted lake. A student answers. A teacher buys a pen to correct the question. I kill an antand realize my three childrenhave been watching.

  5. A haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that describes an image very quickly. Definition

  6. There are three lines, using very few words, like this. Definition

  7. The first line shows one thing, the second line shows another thing and the third line connects them. Definition

  8. Snow melts. Suddenly, the village is full of children. Frog sunning on lily pad as dragonfly darts by. Thrapp! Examples Sudden spring storm--a family of ducks paddlesaround the deserted lake. A student answers. A teacher buys a pen to correct the question. I kill an antand realize my three childrenhave been watching.

  9. An image of two things somehow connected. Think of a wise old man saying these poems to explain images. Have fun and be creative You need:

  10. Nature Create some Haiku about nature: animals, trees, etc. Thrown out some ideas for images.

  11. School Create some Haiku about school: Discuss school images with the person beside you.

  12. Teachers

  13. Students

  14. What other images could we use?

  15. Find an image – a photo, a google picture, if you want to draw an image or use one of your schoolbooks. Write a Haiku describing it. Next week bring in that image and the Haiku Homework