Poetry Terms Flip Book - fun and interactive way to review or learn poetry terms / figurative language. Great for Interactive Notebooking! Dolphin for mac. ($) by Sharon Constancio on Indulgy.com. For each Nursery Rhyme I teach, I put up a poster that matches the poetry book page we're using (which I'm going to show you in just a bit). Before you know it, our wall is lined with all kinds of fun Nursery Rhymes that we've learned.
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Hello teachers, I’ve decided to put together an interactive note book of poetry writing for you to use with grades 5-8 and Special Education., with complete lesson plans. I’ve included fold-able templates for flip-books and instructions on how to make and use them. If you would like to make a regular booklet or have the class write poems to put on the bulletin board, color and black and white templates are also included. In addition there are chevron themed title pages for each type of poem that you could put on your bulletin board too. Introduction: 1. Tell the class that you will be having a poetry workshop with them.
Ask what poetry is and find out what they know about it. Read a poem from something that you love. Tell them that they will be making interactive poetry notebooks that will be graded using a rubric.
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At the end of the unit, let them know that they will be asked to pick their best poem for publication in a book entitled, ”A Celebration of Young Poets.” If you choose not to do this, that’s fine. My class loved this part. It was such an image boost when they saw their published poem.
Contact info: * Celebration of Young Poets- Creative Communication, Inc. 90 North 100 East Logan, UT 84321 www.poeticpower.com What's Inside Teacher’s Complete Lesson Plans Poetry Writing Workshop, Student Handouts Parts of Speech, & Sensory Cards Free Verse Poems Interactive Notebook & Worksheets Sensory Interactive Notebook Poems & Worksheets Acrostic Interactive Notebook Poems &Worksheets Limericks & Riddles Interactive Notebook Cinquain Interactive Notebook Diamante Interactive Notebook Haiku Interactive Notebook Shape Poem Interactive Notebook Grading Rubric Contact Information Copyright© 2014 Deann Marin (Socrates Lantern) All rights reserved by author. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
Now that we have had a chance to analyze the devices and themes of a poem through Williams' The Red Wheelbarrow, I would like you to find a poem of your own choosing, using Bing or Google Search and create a flipbook about that poem to share with your classmates. So, here's how it will work!
A) Use Google, Bing or any other reputable search engine to find a relatively short poem (one to two pages of text). Let your search be guided by your own loves, passions, hobbies, commitments, sense of identity. For example you might look up: 1. Poems by African-American, Afro-Caribbean, Latino poets. Poems for, by and about teens. Poems about sports, music, art, dance, etc. Poems about parents, children, family, friends, lovers.
Poems about politics, freedom, religion, etc. B) Once you have decided on your poem, download and print 2 copies: one for you and one for the class and me. C) Create your flipbook using 3 pieces of different colored paper. We'll review how to do this in class.
D) Your flipbook should contain the following 'flip pages': 1. Top flip: the title of your poem and the name of the poet, including birth and death dates (only if dead, of course). 2nd flip: Your summary of the poem. General topic. What it's about. 3rd flip: An example of a poetic device or figurative language that appears in the poem and a brief explanation on its affect on you as a reader or listener.
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4th flip: Same as 3rd flip but with another example. Wait a minute.what do I mean by poetic advice or figurative language? Here are some examples of such below.
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You can ask me to review with you and/or look them up online: • Alliteration • Hyperbole • Imagery • Metaphor • onomatopoeia • repetition • rhyme • simile • symbolism Of course, if you know and recognize other devices, please include them in your discussion. Now, back to your flipbook: 5. Your perception of the theme of the poem. Please be prepared to support your theme with the text of the poem. A 'THOUGHT QUESTION' that you have for your peers and the teacher about the poem. Your classmates will write their response on the last page of your flipbook.Why.? If you were.?