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  • Humanities 8 What is Poetry?
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  • What do you think poetry is? Why do people write poetry? What is the difference between poetry and other written texts? Lesson #1 Introduction to What is Poetry? Hand out Video Response Sheet and review questions as a class.
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  • Lesson #1 What is Poetry? Video interview with Michael Rosen
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  • Lesson #1 What is Poetry? Lets review What is poetry?
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  • Lesson #1 Chocolate Cake by Michael Rosen
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  • Poetry is expressive words and phrases to describe feelings, thoughts, emotions, experiences, places and objects. Poetry can be humorous or tragic, philosophical or silly. Lesson #1 What is Poetry?
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  • Lesson #1 Poetry Terms
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  • A single line of words in a poem. Example: The willow is like an etching, Line
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  • A grouping of two or more lines of poetry; stanzas in a poem can have different numbers of lines. Example: The willow is like an etching, Fine-lined against the sky. The gingko is like a crude sketch, Hardly worthy to be signed. Stanza
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  • end A repetition of sounds at the end of words. Example: pool rhymes with rule bake rhymes with make Rhyme
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  • likeas A stated comparison of two things that have some quality in common using the words like or as Example: is like The willow is like an etching Simile
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  • NOT A stated comparison of two things that have some quality in common NOT using the words like or as. Example: My hands were ice cold after shoveling snow. Metaphor
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  • Simile: Willow and Ginkgo poem Lesson #1 Poem Exercise Willow Ginkgo
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  • Simile: Willow and Ginkgo poem Number the lines Draw boxes around stanzas Circle rhyming words Underline metaphors once Underline similes twice Lesson #1 Putting it all together
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  • How many lines does stanza one have? What are some examples of rhyming words? What is an example of a simile? Remember, there are no metaphors in this poem. However, an example that would fit into stanza one is: Its leaves are silk Lesson #1 Willow and Gingko-Stanza 1 (I Do)
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  • How many lines does stanza two have? How many stanzas does the entire poem have? What are some examples of rhyming words in stanza two? What is an example of a simile in stanza two? Remember, there are no metaphors in this poem. Create a metaphor that you think would fit into stanza two. Think about what you can compare the willow or ginko to WITHOUT using the words like or as. Lesson #1 Willow and Gingko-Stanza 2 (We Do)
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  • Rhyme: words that have the same ending sound (ex: far and car) Line: a single line of poetry Stanza: a group of lines; a paragraph Metaphor: a comparison that does not use the words like or as Examples: ice cold, puke green Simile: a comparison that does use the terms like and as Examples: as tall as a giant, smooth like ice Lesson #1 Lets Review
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  • Using Similes and Metaphors in Our Own Poetry Please complete the Using Similes and Metaphors in Our Own Poetry worksheet and keep it in your LA binder for future reference. Lesson #1 Simile and Metaphor Practice
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  • Lesson # 2 Poetry Devices
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  • The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of two or more words Example: Waves want to be wheels Lesson #2 Alliteration
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  • The use of words that sound like the natural noises they name Examples: Crack, Snap, Pop Lesson #2 Onomatopoeia
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  • Giving human characteristics to something non-human Examples: My homework grew legs and walked away My dog told me I shouldnt do my homework. The frost paints the pines in the winter time. Lesson #2 Personification
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  • A ridiculous exaggeration that can by funny and makes a point. Examples are: I had to walk 15 miles to school in the snow, uphill You could have knocked me over with a feather. Lesson #2 Hyperbole
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  • Words and phrases that appeal to the five senses (sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste) Examples: Sight - The sunset glowed in the distance Sound - The thunder boomed loudly Smell - The smell of apple pie filled the apartment Touch - The bed was as soft as a cloud Taste - The dinner tasted like I imagine garbage tastes Lesson #2 Imagery
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  • Follow the instructions on the hand-out sheets, My Alliteration and Onomatopoeia Poems and Personification Practice Hand both into me when done! USE YOUR OWN WORDS!! Lesson #2 Writing Practice
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  • Alliterations - the repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of two or more words. Onomatopoeia - the use of words that sound like the natural noises they name. Personification - giving human characteristics to something non-human Hyperbole - A ridiculous exaggeration that can by funny and makes a point. Imagery - words and phrases that appeal to the five senses (sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste) Lesson #2 Lets Review

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