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Haiku presentation for Social Studies Haiku assignment

Haiku presentation for Social Studies Haiku assignment

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    • Japanese Haiku
      A beautiful sneeze
    • What is a Haiku?
      A three line poem with no more than 17 syllables.
      Expresses a thought, feeling or a mood, using nature.
      Traditionally at least one line must describe or convey a sense of season, or hour (day or night).
      Haiku are also accompanied with a picture to help guide the reader.
      The layout of a Haiku is 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables.
      To count syllables break the words into parts when you say it; for example: layout is two syllables lay-out.
      Let’s take a look at a few Haiku’s
    • This snowy morning
      That Black Crow I hate so much…
      But he’s beautiful!
      -Basho
    • No one Travels,
      Along this way but I
      This autumn evening.
      -Basho
    • Free Write
      Over the next few slides you will see some pictures, when I show you each one I want to you take 3mins. And free write, describing the image using 10-15 words. Describe the scene, what emotions it evokes etc. anything that comes to your mind. If the image leads you somewhere else that’s fine.
    • Next Step
      Now hopefully you have got your creative gears moving, your next step is to pick one of the descriptions you like the best and transform it into a Haiku. Don’t forget an illustration to help you out.