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  • 1. + Source: http://bestclipartblog.com/clipart-pics/poetry-clip-art-1.gif Power of Poetry Catherine Holthaus EdTech 541 Spring 2014
  • 2. + What is poetry?  A poem is a collection of words that express an idea or feelings, using a pattern. A poet can survive everything but a misprint. Oscar Wilde Photo Source: http://blogs.ubc.ca/etec540sept10/files/2010/11/slide.001.jpg
  • 3. + Choosing Words Carefully  Select special words that can make your poem sing, laugh, cry, or dance. Photo Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2b/Power_of_Words_by_Antonio_Litterio.jpg Video Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDuxftRVd0s
  • 4. + Literary Devices  Metaphor  Simile  Personification  Onomatopoeia
  • 5. + Metaphor  Not to be confused with a meteor. Photo Source: http://www.bubblews.com/assets/images/news/896967472_1376106535.jpg Video Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFgRj-5d5Ac
  • 6. + Click on the image to learn about similes. Photo Source: http://bbruton.edublogs.org/files/2013/02/Simile-ofx20f.png
  • 7. + Click on the image to listen to an example of personification.  Photo Source: http://mrswarnerarlington.weebly.com/uploads/6/9/0/0/6900648/9806493.jpg?658
  • 8. + Onomatopoeia  A single word that sounds like the thing it is referring to Click on the image to hear some examples of onomatopoeia. Photo Source: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-b9V7zK_lpnc/T6qACBbyJKI/AAAAAAAAATU/-UxRiniybHw/s1600/onomatopoeia.jpg
  • 9. + Writing Steps  Prewrite  Write first draft  Revise  Edit and Proofread  Submit  To review the writing process click on the pencils
  • 10. +  Acrostic  Cinquain  Diamante  Haiku  Rhyming Photo Source: http://www.teachersclubhouse.com/images/sampleimages/Forms_of_Poetry2.jpg
  • 11. + Acrostic  A poem in which the fist letters of each line spell out a word or phrase. Rambunctious Affectionate Noisy Gently Energetic Responsive Photo Source: Personal photo
  • 12. + Cinquain  A short poem consisting of five, usually unrhymed lines containing, respectively, two, four, six, eight, and two syllables. Photo Source: http://s3.amazonaws.com/authorstream/content/267929_633932932034692500.jpg
  • 13. + Example of a Cinquain Bubbles By Buster Bubbles Delicate balls Softly floating above Unbelievable happiness Transparent Source: http://pbskids.org/arthur/games/poetry/cinquain.html
  • 14. + Diamante  Known as the “diamond poem,” the diamante is shaped like a diamond.  Two types  Synonym Diamante  Antonym Diamante Photo Source: http://www.mundowalmart.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/diamante-azul.jpg
  • 15. + Diamante Pattern Noun Adjective, Adjective Verb, Verb, Verb Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun Verb, Verb, Verb Adjective, Adjective Noun Photo Source: http://onetwoac.edublogs.org/files/2011/06/Screen-shot-2011-06-03-at-6.29.22-PM-w7o1i0.png
  • 16. + Synonym Diamante Monsters Evil, Spooky Howling, Shrieking, Wailing Ghosts, Vampires, Goblins, Witches Flying, Scaring, Terrifying Creepy, Crawly Creatures Source: http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/lessons/how-to-write-a-diamante-poem/ Photo Source: http://www.examiner.com/images/blog/EXID6157/images/DK-WEEN-442%281%29.jpg
  • 17. + Antonym Diamante Cat Gentle, Sleepy Purring, Meowing, Scratching Whiskers, Fur, Collar, Leash Barking, Licking, Digging Slobbery, Playful Dog Source: http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/lessons/how-to-write-a-diamante-poem/ Photo Source: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/Uol7vDTAhaM/Ukeqb8Fe9II/AAAAAAAAIVE/GnmBNJp7QKc/s1600/Freebie+Literacy+Halloween.jpg
  • 18. + Haiku  Japanese poem, focusing on nature  Haiku consists of 3 lines and 17 syllables    Line 1 – 5 syllables Line 2 – 7 syllables Line 3 – 5 syllables Photo Source: http://www.operationworld.org/files/ow/maps/lgmap/japa-MMAP-md.png
  • 19. + Haiku Cherry Blossom Pink, bursting forth now Gracefully blanketing trees Sakura means life Photo Source: http://0.tqn.com/d/graphicssoft/1/0/I/u/4/shariabraxton_CherriesJubilee_paperflower.png
  • 20. + Rhyming Poems  Poems written using a predictable pattern of words ending in the same sound    Couplet Triplet Quatrain Photo Source: http://plymouthbb.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/rhyme-challenge.jpg
  • 21. + Couplet My favorite thing to do is ride my bike, After that I like to hike. Photo Source: http://www.atlantabike.org/files/images/simple%20bike%20icon.png
  • 22. + Triplet I have a little dog named Ranger, He is friendly to me but not a stranger, I want to always keep him safe from danger. Photo Source: Personal photo
  • 23. + Quatrain Staring up into the dark of night, I see quite an amazing sight, Nothing to cause me fear or fright, Just a star sparkling bright. Photo Source: http://asicsmomdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/starry-night.jpg
  • 24. + Five W’s Poem
  • 25. + To review key terms, click on the image below.