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  • 1. HaikuHaiku Leo & Fortuna
  • 2. 1) an unrhymed three-line poem 2) a traditional Japanese poetic form 3) the pattern of syllables looks like this: Line 1: 5 syllables Line 2: 7 syllables Line 3: 5 syllables What is a Haiku?What is a Haiku? http://www.poetry4kids.com/blog/lessons/how-to-write-a-haiku/
  • 3. 4) Here’s another way to visualize the same thing: 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 5) about seasons or nature 6) The third line points out something about the subject you are writing about.
  • 4. Syllables  1. All words have syllables. A word might have one, two, or even more syllables. 2. Reading has two syllables: read (clap)—ing (clap). Clap as you say each syllable to demonstrate the breaking sound between syllables 3.Examples: Red has one syllable: red (clap). Purple has two syllables: pur (clap)— ple(clap).” 4. Now you try. Clap your hands for each syllable in the word happy. Leo
  • 5. Words to practice breaking into syllables syllable (3) mice ( ) computer ( ) watermelon ( ) window ( ) truck ( ) paper ( ) chicken ( ) yellow ( ) toys ( ) elephant ( ) banana ( ) Leo 1 3 4 2 1 2 2 2 1 3 3
  • 6. Game  Time Let’s Break it Up! Leo
  • 7. Part 2: Examples of Haiku A) HAIKU ABOUT SEASONS   Winter is coming. Snow will be arriving soon. We should rake the leaves.
  • 8. B) HAIKU ABOUT NATURE Tired cat sleeps all night. He needs lots of rest for a Long day of napping. Part 2: Examples of Haiku
  • 9. Part 2: Examples of Haiku C) FUNNY HAIKU My homework is late. My dog ate it this morning. I sure like my dog.
  • 10. Part 3: GETTING STARTED WRITING HAIKU 1. Select a type of haiku. Decide if you are going to write a seasonal, nature, or other type of haiku. 2. Pick a topic. Select one specific season, item in nature, or something else you are going to write about. 3. Think about what is different about your last line. What observation do you want to make? 4. Start writing. 5. Don’t forget to count the syllables as you read to make sure you’ve got the right pattern. 6. Finally, “center” your poem on the page like the poems in this lesson.
  • 11. Examples of Haiku
  • 12.  Now it’s your and your partner’s turn to create your haiku poems. Step 1: Select a type of haiku. A seasonal, nature, or other type? Step 2: Pick a topic. Step 3: What observation do you want to make? Step 4-6: Start writing, count the syllables, and center your poem.