The write time for poetry psu presentation 2013

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This session will introduce, explain, and demonstrate how to teach your students to create a poetry anthology- a book of poems. This session will show you how to get started in getting your students to read and write like poets, how to use mentor texts to move your students into producing poetry, and how to get your students to publish poetry.

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The write time for poetry psu presentation 2013

  1. 1. The WRITE Time for PoetryThe WRITE Time for PoetryHolly MarshHolly Marshwww.thewritetimeforpoetry.blogspot.comwww.thewritetimeforpoetry.blogspot.com
  2. 2. FromFromRainbow Soup Adventures in PoetryRainbow Soup Adventures in Poetryby Brian P. Clearyby Brian P. Cleary
  3. 3. Session SummarySession Summary This session will show you how to get started inThis session will show you how to get started ingetting your students to read and write like poets,getting your students to read and write like poets,how to use mentor texts to move your students intohow to use mentor texts to move your students intoproducing poetry, and how to get your students toproducing poetry, and how to get your students topublish poetry.publish poetry. Objectives:Objectives:– How to get started in Poetry Genre Study?How to get started in Poetry Genre Study?– How to get students to dig deeper?How to get students to dig deeper? Teach*Write*Share FrameworkTeach*Write*Share Framework Poetry CarouselPoetry Carousel– How to get started with a Poetry AnthologyHow to get started with a Poetry AnthologyProject?Project?
  4. 4. How to get started inHow to get started inPoetry Genre Study?Poetry Genre Study?
  5. 5. Marinate them in PoetryMarinate them in Poetry Read aloudRead aloud Partner readingPartner reading Poetry center/stationPoetry center/station Poetry FridayPoetry Fridayhttp://www.kidlitosphere.org/poetry-friday/http://www.kidlitosphere.org/poetry-friday/ Poetry around the roomPoetry around the room Poetry books in classroom libraryPoetry books in classroom library KISS- real reading and real writing aboutKISS- real reading and real writing aboutquality poetryquality poetry
  6. 6. Build their writingBuild their writingstaminastamina Sticky glue writingSticky glue writing Builds their writing musclesBuilds their writing muscles
  7. 7. Zoom in and FocusZoom in and Focus
  8. 8. How to get students to digHow to get students to digdeeper?deeper?
  9. 9. How did this poem makeHow did this poem makeyou feel?you feel? ToneTone MoodMood Word choice***Word choice*** InspirationInspiration ThemeTheme
  10. 10. What did this poemWhat did this poemmake you see?make you see? With your Actual EyesWith your Actual Eyes– Line breaksLine breaks– FormForm– Unusual punctuationUnusual punctuation– StanzasStanzas– Font Style & SizeFont Style & Size With your Mind’s EyeWith your Mind’s Eye– Sensory ImagerySensory Imagery– Details and descriptionsDetails and descriptions– Comparisons from similes and metaphorsComparisons from similes and metaphors– PersonificationPersonification
  11. 11. What did this poemWhat did this poemmake you hear?make you hear? RhymeRhyme RhythmRhythm RepetitionRepetition OnomatopoeiaOnomatopoeia AlliterationAlliteration
  12. 12. Let’s Try It!Let’s Try It!From Song of the Water Boatman andOther Pond Poems by Joyce Sidman
  13. 13. Teach*Write*ShareTeach*Write*Share
  14. 14. Poetry CarouselPoetry Carousel
  15. 15. Responding to PoemsResponding to Poems
  16. 16. Thinking and TalkingThinking and Talkingabout Poemsabout Poems
  17. 17. Sharing what they noticedSharing what they noticedin their poem with a partnerin their poem with a partner
  18. 18. Model how to go fromModel how to go fromMentor poem to OriginalMentor poem to Originalpoempoem
  19. 19. How to choose a mentorHow to choose a mentorpoem?poem? Genre studyGenre study ThemeTheme Poetry Convention: Similes, Alliteration,Poetry Convention: Similes, Alliteration,Imagery.Imagery. PoetPoet Picture Book into PoemPicture Book into Poem Teacher PickTeacher Pick Student ChoiceStudent Choice
  20. 20. How to get started with aHow to get started with aPoetry Anthology Project?Poetry Anthology Project?
  21. 21. ReviseReviseand Self-Evaluationand Self-EvaluationChecklistChecklist
  22. 22. ConferencesConferences Meet with students one-on-one or inMeet with students one-on-one or insmall groups when they need specificsmall groups when they need specificinstruction or when they think they areinstruction or when they think they areready to type up final copy of originalready to type up final copy of originalpoem.poem. Poetry Conference Form or Self-Poetry Conference Form or Self-Evaluation ChecklistEvaluation Checklist
  23. 23. Type up PoemsType up Poems
  24. 24. Plan out illustrationsPlan out illustrations
  25. 25. Draw and IllustrateDraw and Illustrate
  26. 26. Mentor Poem andMentor Poem andOriginal Poem in PoetryOriginal Poem in PoetryAnthologyAnthology
  27. 27. Poetry Anthology ProjectPoetry Anthology ProjectPresentationsPresentations Students present to classStudents present to class Use Poetry Anthology Project RubricUse Poetry Anthology Project Rubricto gradeto grade Last day of each monthLast day of each month
  28. 28. TimelineTimeline
  29. 29. Bends in the RoadBends in the Road Resistance to RevisionResistance to Revision Can’t find mentor poemCan’t find mentor poem ““Madlib” poemMadlib” poem Not completed on time for presentationNot completed on time for presentationdayday Poetry anthology book at homePoetry anthology book at homeexcuseexcuse As the year progresses, so do theAs the year progresses, so do thepoems!!!poems!!!
  30. 30. PoetryPoetry ““My skill in poetry helped my skill in narrativesMy skill in poetry helped my skill in narrativesbecause in poetry it is important to keep the readerbecause in poetry it is important to keep the readerinterested. Now my narrative skills have inheritedinterested. Now my narrative skills have inheritedthat.”that.” ““It helped to make all of my writing detailed.”It helped to make all of my writing detailed.” ““I read about 18 poetry books and numerousI read about 18 poetry books and numerouspoems this year. Last year, I don’t remember howpoems this year. Last year, I don’t remember howmany books I read or poems. I know I read moremany books I read or poems. I know I read morethis year.”this year.” ““It helped me by having my thoughts just come outIt helped me by having my thoughts just come outinto words on my paper.”into words on my paper.” ““I think (my teacher should know) this was a greatI think (my teacher should know) this was a greatway to show and share poetry.”way to show and share poetry.”
  31. 31. Questions???Questions??? Thank you for attending my sessionThank you for attending my sessionTheThe WRITEWRITE Time for Poetry.Time for Poetry.

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