Ideas forusingpoems in class<br />Reading poems:<br />Read a «puzzle» fromthepoem and studentssolveit.<br />GiveSssomesent...
Poemsabout Spring<br />
Writingpoems<br />«Finishmypoem». Theteacherprovides a nearly complete poemwithpartsto complete.<br />«Alterations». GiveS...
Somepoeticformstoexperimentwith<br />Couplets<br />Alphabetics<br />Spinepoems<br />Endings<br />Samewords<br />Haiku<br /...
BLACK AND WHITE<br />
What’sthis? What’sthat?<br />Changethe original<br />
SIMPLE POEMS<br />SUMMER<br />Hot days<br />Cold ice cream<br />Yellowsand<br />Blue water<br />Big waves<br />Small fish<...
Otherexamples<br />Poetry-ICT can walktogether:<br /><ul><li>I’dliketo be
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  2. 2. Ideas forusingpoems in class<br />Reading poems:<br />Read a «puzzle» fromthepoem and studentssolveit.<br />GiveSssomesentences/ phrasesfromthepoem and askthemto complete themwiththirownmetaphors, images, ideas,…<br />Predict ideas, opinion in a poem<br />Brainstorm and discussthefeelings/storythat lie behind a poem<br />Do a picturedictation: describe thescene in thepoem and Ssdraw a picture. At theendthey compare pictures and readthepoem, decidingwhoisclosesttothe original.<br />
  3. 3. Poemsabout Spring<br />
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  5. 5. Writingpoems<br />«Finishmypoem». Theteacherprovides a nearly complete poemwithpartsto complete.<br />«Alterations». GiveSs a publishedpoem, theycopyitwith a number of alterations. Whentheyreaditaloudtheotherteamsmustguesswhatisnotfromthe original.<br />«Acrostics»: try outsomedifferentpoeticformssuch as acrostics, a funwaytostartpeoplewriting.<br />«Wakeningthesenses». Theteachergives a series of instructionsthataskSsto look, listen, noticewhatisaroundthem and withinthem. Each line iswritten as balddescription. AfterwardsSsgo back and «poemify» it.<br />
  6. 6. Somepoeticformstoexperimentwith<br />Couplets<br />Alphabetics<br />Spinepoems<br />Endings<br />Samewords<br />Haiku<br />Diamontes<br />Limeriks<br />Sonnets<br />
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  8. 8. BLACK AND WHITE<br />
  9. 9. What’sthis? What’sthat?<br />Changethe original<br />
  10. 10. SIMPLE POEMS<br />SUMMER<br />Hot days<br />Cold ice cream<br />Yellowsand<br />Blue water<br />Big waves<br />Small fish<br />NAME POEMS<br />Shelikesplants<br />Animals<br />Red roses<br />And <br />High places<br />IN THE GARDEN<br />Onedog sleeping in thesun<br />Twocatswashingtheirears<br />Threechildrenplaying in thegrass<br />Fourmothersdrinking tea<br />Fivetreeswithgreenleaves<br />Sixbutterfliesflying in thesky<br />Sevenclothesonthe line<br />Eightbirds in a tree<br />Nineclouds full of rain<br />Ten flowerswithyellowheads.<br />MIRÓ<br />
  11. 11. Otherexamples<br />Poetry-ICT can walktogether:<br /><ul><li>I’dliketo be
  12. 12. Imagine
  13. 13. Whatiswhite?</li>
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