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  1. Poetry 9 Heading Mr. Dunne • 19th November

  2. Limerick

  3. To learn what a Limerick is. • To practice our rhythm and beat. • To practice verbs and adjectives. • To create our own Limerick poems. Objective

  4. There was an old man from Peru, who dreamed he was eating his shoe. He awoke in the night with a terrible fright, and found out that it was quite true. An ambitious young fellow named Matt Tried to parachute using his hat. Folks below looked so small As he started to fall, Then got bigger and bigger and SPLAT! Examples da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM

  5. A clumsy young fellow named Tim was never informed how to swim. He fell off a dock and sunk like a rock. And that was the end of him. There once was a girl in the choir Whose voice rose up higher and higher, Till it reached such a height It went clear out of sight, And they found it next day in the spire Examples da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM

  6. A limerick is a form of Irish poetry that is similar to telling a joke. Definition

  7. There are five lines. The rhyming structure is AABBA. The rhythm or beat is: Structure da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da da DUM da DUM da da DUM da da DUM A one and a two and a three A one and a two and a three A one and a two A one and a two A one and a two and a three

  8. It’s all about the words you stress. We’ll practice some examples now to help everyone. How do I create Rhythm?

  9. There once was a (boy/girl) named..........(A) Who (verb) when he/she (verb)a ........(A) Subject – Find a name, then a rhyme, then the verbs. • There once was a boy named Bob • Who cheered when hejoined a mob.

  10. He/she (verb) every day (B) So that (a person) would say (B) Story • He ate every day • So that his boss would say

  11. Your new nickname should be blob Ending

  12. An (adjective) young boy/girl named........(A) Was always/never (verb) a ................(A) Subject

  13. He/she (verb) a (noun) (B) As he/she started to (verb)(B) Story

  14. And learned that you should never (a) Ending

  15. I can (x) and (y) with my ........(A) Said an (adjective) person named.........(A) Subject

  16. But (two adjectives) (another name) (B) Replied ‘that’s just......(B) Story

  17. I can do the same with .........(a) Ending

  18. Use one of these formats or another if you want. Remember subject, story, ending Remember AABBA Remember to keep the beat. Your turn now

  19. Write two limericks about yourself. Use your own name, a nickname or maybe an animal you consider yourself to be like. Homework