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Instructional PowerPoint for grades 3-4 language arts. Students learn how to create a biopoem, a 10 line poem that describes a person.

Instructional PowerPoint for grades 3-4 language arts. Students learn how to create a biopoem, a 10 line poem that describes a person.

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  • 1. Poetry Corner An Instructional PowerPoint
    • Anne Asplund
    • EDU 653
  • 2. You Are A Poet, But You May Not Know It...
    • You are an important part of our class
    • and we want to know more about you...
  • 3. So Let’s Write a Biopoem! Printmaster, 2001
  • 4. What Is A Biopoem?
    • A Biopoem is a poem that describes a person in 10 lines .
    • There is a specific formula to follow.
    Microsoft Clipart
  • 5. This is What You Need... (First name) (Four adjectives that describe the person) Son or Daughter of (your parents’ names) Lover of (three different things that the person loves) Who feels (three different feelings and when or where they are felt) Who gives (three different things the person gives) Who fears (three different fears the person has) Who would like to see (three different things the person would like to see) Who lives (a brief description of where the person lives) (last name) http://cuip.uchicago.edu/~adarice/cwsite/poems/poembio.htm
  • 6. Now Let’s See How It W orks Printmaster 2001
  • 7. Line 1: Name
    • Anne
    Photography by Adolph Drobka. Used with permission
  • 8. Line 2: Four adjectives describing yourself
    • Energetic, Kind, Stlyin’, Creative
    Photography by Steve Asplund. Used with permission.
  • 9. Line 3: Son or Daughter of (your parents’ name)
    • Daughter of Agnes and Adolph (Buck)
    Drobka Family photos. Used with permission.
  • 10. Line 4: Lover of (3 different things you love)
    • Lover of family
    • cooking,
    • and computers
    Microsoft Clipart Printmaster, 2001 Asplund Family photos, 2010 Used with permission.
  • 11. Line 5:Who feels (3 different feelings and when they are felt...
    • Who feels peaceful when she plays violin,
    • happy with her family,
    • and excited when she teaches
    Asplund Family photo, 2011. Used with permission.
  • 12. Line 6:Who gives (3 things that you give)
    • Who gives guidance, love, and challenges
    Microsoft Clipart
  • 13. Line 7:Who fears ( 3 things you are afraid of)
    • Who fears snakes, scary movies, and surprises
    Printmaster 2001 Printmaster 2001 Ringtone Lites
  • 14. Line 8:Who would like to see (3 different places you would like to see)
    • Who would like to see Alaska,
    • Australia,
    • and Josh Groban '
    worldhum.com. boingboing.net. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Josh_Groban.jpg
  • 15. Line 9:Who lives (a brief description of where you live)
    • Who lives in Negaunee
    Photography by Anne Asplund
  • 16. Line 10: Last name
    • Asplund
    Asplund Family Photos, 2010. Used with permission
  • 17. My Poem Anne Energetic, Kind, Stlyin’, Creative Daughter of Agnes and Adolph (Buck) Lover of family, cooking and computers Who feels peaceful when she plays violin, happy with her family, and excited when she teaches Who gives guidance, love, and challenges Who would like to see Alaska, Australia, and Josh Groban Who lives in Negaunee Asplund
  • 18. Now It Is Your Turn!
    • Time to write your poem!
    Printmaster, 2001
  • 19. Credits
    • http://cuip.uchicago.edu/~adarice/cwsite/poems/poembio.htm
    • worldhum.com.Retrieved June 30, 2011. Creative commons attribution
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Josh_Groban.jpg Creative Commons attribution
    • boingboing.net. Retrieved June 30, 2011. Creative Commons attribution.
    • Additional graphics created in Printmaster, 2001 and Microsoft ClipArt, 2007.
    • Ringtones Lites. Retrieved from private collection. Creative Commons Attribution .