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  1. Poetry Unit

  2. First Thing’s First Choose a theme or subject for your anthology • Love • Sports • Weather • Nature • Art • Dancing • Working • Family • Books • People • School • Children • Music • Money • Playing

  3. Haiku • A very short form of Japanese poetry • Traditionally haikus are about the seasons • 17 total syllables in 3 lines 5, 7, 5 • Emphasizes stillness, simplicity, and depth

  4. Ex: by Pete Frengel Now toss the daisiesover your head; tufts of whitedrift in floating sky. Looking everywherefor the pen cap, deep in thought.It's stuck in my mouth. There are fireflies,constellations, stars of fire,suns, and there is you.

  5. Requirements for Anthology • 4 Haikus • One about each season • Summer • Winter • Spring • Fall • Or • Each one using a different sense • Sight • Smell • Hearing • Taste • Touch

  6. Let’s try it! ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ (5) ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ (7) ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ (5)

  7. Rhyming Couplet Poem • A pair of lines in poetry that rhyme • aa, bb, cc, dd, ee • The pair of lines usually form a complete thought • Pairs of lines are usually the same length with the same meter

  8. Ex. I have the measles and the mumps, a gash, a rash and purple bumps. Shel Silverstein I do not like green eggs and ham, I do not like them, Sam I am. Dr. Seuss On the far-away Island of Sala-ma-Sond Yertle the Turtle was king of the pond. A nice little pond. It was clean. It was neat. The water was warm. There was plenty to eat. The turtles had everything turtles might need. And they were all happy. Quite happy indeed. Dr. Seuss

  9. Requirements for Anthology • 1 ten line poem with rhyming couplets • Rhyme scheme aa, bb, cc, dd, ee • One example of hyperbole • Exaggeration, figure of speech • Ex. That bag weighed a ton • I’ve done this a thousand times • One allusion • A reference to a person, place, or event – real or fictional • Ex. The girl's love of sweets was her Achilles heel

  10. Let’s try it __________________________________________ (a) __________________________________________ (a) __________________________________________ (b) __________________________________________ (b) __________________________________________ (c) __________________________________________ (c) __________________________________________ (d) __________________________________________ (d) __________________________________________ (e) __________________________________________ (e)

  11. Diamante Poem • Shaped like a diamond • Uses nouns, adjectives, –ing words, and synonyms or antonyms • 7 lines, each line has a different purpose • Lines 1 and 7 are nouns, synonyms or antonyms of each other • Line 2- two adjectives that describe line 1 • Line 3- three –ing words that describe line 1 • Line 4- four nouns- the first two are connected with line 1; the last two are connected with line 7 • Line 5- three –ing words that describe line 7 • Line 6- two adjectives that describe line 7

  12. Ex. by Keith DayBright, SunnyRaining, Shining, Heating Morning, Afternoon, Evening, BedtimeDarkening, Cooling, ScaringDark, ColdNight

  13. By Ms. Rhinehardt Me Fun, Happy Loving, Dancing, Reading Teacher, Student, Scientist, Speaker Working, Moving, Singing Smart, Serious You

  14. Requirements for Anthology • 3 Diamante poems • One about nature • One about you • One about your favorite person • Don’t forget about the theme for you anthology

  15. Let’s try it __________ __________, __________ __________, __________, __________ __________, __________, __________, __________ __________, __________, __________ __________, __________ __________

  16. Children’s poem • Teaches a lesson • Usually funny or silly • Can rhyme, but doesn’t have to

  17. I Raised My Hand in Classby Kenn Nesbitt I raised my hand in class this morning,sitting in the back.The teacher didn't see, I think.Instead she called on Jack.I stretched my hand up higher,but she called on Zach and Zoe.I started bouncing up and down,but, still, she called on Chloe.I waved my arms but, even so,she didn't call on me.She called on Bryan, Brooklyn, Billy,Bailey, Ben, and Bree.She called on Taylor, Tristan, Thomas,Trinity, and Ty.Then, finally, she called my name.I breathed a heavy sigh.She asked me for the answer.I just frowned and clenched my knees,and said, "I've no idea,but could I use the bathroom, please?"

  18. Don’t Ever Bite Your Sisterby Kenn Nesbitt Don't ever bite your sister.Don't kick her in the shin.Don't slap your sister sillyand don't sock her on the chin.Don't tape a "Kick Me" posterupon your sister's back.Don't take your stinky socks offand then put them in her pack.Don't purchase plastic spidersand place them on her head.Don't leave your rubber rattlesnakeinside your sister's bed.Don't do this to your sisterfor, if you ever do,I'm pretty sure she may do somethingeven worse to you.

  19. My Teacher Took My iPodby Kenn Nesbitt My teacher took my iPod.She said they had a rule;I couldn't bring it into classor even to the school.She said she would return it;I'd have it back today.But then she tried my headphones onand gave a click on Play.She looked a little startled,but after just a whileshe made sure we were occupiedand cracked a wicked smile.Her body started swaying.Her toes began to tap.She soon was grooving in her seatand rocking to the rap.My teacher changed her mind.She said it's now okayto bring my iPod into class.She takes it every day.

  20. Requirements for Anthology • Must be 10 lines • Must send a message • Include an example of alliteration • The repetition of first sound in several words • Tongue twisters • Ex. Peter picked a pack of pickled peppers

  21. Let’s try it _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

  22. Free Verse Poem • Does not rhyme or have any structured meter • There is no pattern until the author creates one • You decide where to break your poem up, if at all

  23. Ex. A Time to TalkRobert Frost When a friend calls to me from the road And slows his horse to a meaning walk, I don’t stand still and look around On all the hills I haven’t hoed, And shout from where I am, What is it? No, not as there is a time to talk. I thrust my hoe in the mellow ground, Blade-end up and five feet tall, And plod: I go up to the stone wall For a friendly visit.

  24. Requirements for Anthology • 10 lines • Doesn’t have to rhyme • Use three examples of imagery • Show don’t tell • Ex. The clay oozed between his fingers • One example of personification • Giving human qualities to an object that isn’t human • Ex. The flowers danced

  25. Let’s try it _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

  26. Concrete Poem • Shape poetry, Visual poetry • The words are in the shape of the subject of the poem • The shape is just as important as the words • This is your chance to let your creativity shine • Can rhyme but doesn’t have to

  27. Ex. Author Unknown

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  29. Requirements for Anthology • Must be in the shape of the subject of your poem • Use color • Include one simile • Comparing two different things using “like” or “as” • Ex. Her eyes twinkle like stars • Include one metaphor • A type of analogy • Describing something by saying it is something else • Ex. All the world’s a stage

  30. Let’s try it • Start by drawing an outline of your subject so you know how much space you need to fill.