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  • 1. Looking at the World with a Poet’s Eye
  • 2. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
  • 3. Poetry is...strong verbs and word choice, paintinga picture with words
  • 4. Poetry is...similes and metaphor, what something is like or is
  • 5. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
  • 6. Poetry is personification....bring the non-living to life
  • 7. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
  • 8. Poetry is repetition and structure...a toe-tapping rhythm for the reader
  • 9. Poetry is precise like the form haiku
  • 10. Poetry is personal
  • 11. Strong verbs
    Careful word choice
    Personification
    Similes
    Rhythm
    Repetition
    What will you remember as you look at your own photograph with a poet's eye?
  • 12. What poetic and technology support allows students to create unique, descriptive poetry?
    Technology: What technology resources do you use or would you like to use to support student poetry?
    Unique, Descriptive Poetry: What supports, structures, graphic organizers, mentor texts, etc. do you give students to empower them to write unique descriptive poetry?
    Add your voice to http://technologypoetry.wikispaces.com/
    technologypoetry.wikispaces.com
    Choose your path….
  • 13. Each group share one idea or resource discovered. We’ll do more than one if time allows.
    What did you discover?
  • 14. Graphic organizers vs. none?
    Continue to add to technologypoetry.wikispaces.com
    Continue the discussion