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Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
Haiku and you presentation
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  • 1. Haiku and you!<br />Miss Svestka’s 2nd grade class<br />
  • 2. About Haiku<br />First appeared in Japan<br />Created by Matsuo Basho<br />Means “starting a verse of a verse chain<br />Shortest form of a poem in the world<br />
  • 3. About Haiku<br />Modern form was made in 1890’s<br />Usually include a “season word”<br />
  • 4. What a Haiku looks like<br />Usually about nature<br />17 syllables<br />3 lines<br />5 syllables on first line, 7 syllables on second line, 5 syllables on last line.<br />
  • 5. Review of Syllables<br />Exactly- 3 syllables<br />Nature-2 syllables<br />Tomorrow- 3 syllables<br />Autumn- 2 syllables<br />
  • 6. Haiku to help you remember<br /> I am first with 5<br />Then 7 in the middle<br />5 again to end.<br />
  • 7. Haiku Example<br />Green speckled legs<br />Hop on logs and lily pads<br />Splash in cool water<br />Is this a haiku?<br />
  • 8. Haiku example<br />In a pouch I grow<br />On a southern continent<br />Strange creatures I know<br />Is this a Haiku?<br />
  • 9. Haiku Example<br />I look up at the sky and see<br />Big, fluffy, white clouds<br /> What do I see in the clouds?<br />Is this a Haiku?<br />
  • 10. Haiku Example<br />Drawing on the sidewalk<br />Playing on the playground<br />Summer is my favorite season.<br />Is this a haiku?<br />
  • 11. Differences between Haiku and other poems<br />Haiku do not rhyme<br />Haiku are very short, meant to catch a glimpse in time<br />
  • 12. Now you try!<br />Fall<br />The leaves are changing<br />Children are going to school<br />It’s finally fall!<br />
  • 13. Now you try!<br />Rain<br />Water from the sky<br />Falls on to my rooftop<br />And puts me to sleep<br />
  • 14. Review<br />Haiku have 3 lines<br />Usually about nature<br />5 on first line, 7 on second line, 5 on last line<br />Doesn’t have to rhyme!<br />
  • 15. Begin your own Haiku!<br />
  • 16. Works Cited<br />History of Haiku was found at http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/02-1/lesson014.shtml and http://www.haiku-plus.de/englisch/haiku-e.html<br />Haiku examples and “Haiku to help you remember” were found at http://www.kidzone.ws/poetry/haiku.htm<br />Additional Haiku examples by Arianna Svestka<br />All pictures are from Microsoft Word Clip Art<br />

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