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Haiku Poetry
&
Haiku Poetry Quilt
Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Fiore
Table of Contents
• Haiku Pre-Quiz
• Haiku Information
• Haiku Examples
• Haiku Quiz
• Project Information
• Project Examp...
What is Haiku?
Haiku is a form of poetry. It is usually
about nature but it can be about
anything that inspires you.
Where does Haiku come
from?
Believe it or not it is from Japan.
Full name: haiku no renga
How do you write a Haiku?
You have no more than 17 syllables.
You have three lines.
First line has 5 syllables
Second line...
Examples of Haiku
As the wind does blow
Across the trees, I see the
Buds blooming in May
Borrowed from http://www.isop.ucl...
More Haiku Examples
Snow falling slowly
Blanketing the trees and road
Silence and beauty.
Go back to the
Table of Contents...
Poetry Quilt Information
You will be using PowerPoint to create
two slides. One slide about you and
one slide containing y...
Project Steps
1. Find a picture to inspire you. You will
need to find a picture to write about.
Haiku is usually inspired ...
Step 2
Write a Haiku about the picture.
Remember Haiku has only three lines
and must follow the 5-7-5 format. If you
need ...
Step 3
Create your slides. First you must create
the slide on paper and get approval
from Mrs. Fiore or Mrs. Coleman.
This...
Step 3 continue
This is where you will have to find Mrs.
Coleman or Mrs. Howell to use the
scanner and insert the picture ...
Step 4
Show the final product to Mrs. Fiore and
Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. Coleman will load
it into one PowerPoint and will give ...
Step 5: Last one!
Okay last thing, you will have to stand up
in front of the class and present your
slides.
It’s easy! You...
Project Examples
• Mrs. Coleman
• Mrs. Fiore
• Bugs Bunny
• Blizzard Bunny
Click on one
of the people
here to see
their Ha...
I love to read
books and to
help students.
I’m originally
from Lufkin
Texas and I’m
married.
Favorite Treat:
Peppermint Ca...
Dora Haiku
Dora, Dora, yes
I love to laugh, play, and
sing
Today is the day
Picture borrowed from Dora the Explorer Valent...
Mrs. Fiore
I am Mrs. Fiore.
I’m originally
from
Massachusetts.
I like teaching my
students. I really enjoy
writing and rea...
Haiku about . . .
Can you guess what my haiku is about?
I like to share my words
My clothes are usually hard
Do you know m...
Bugs Bunny
I am a
television
rabbit. I
like
carrots.
I like to
trick
people
out of
killing
me.
Haiku for you
This is a haiku about you
I wrote it to make you happy
I hope you like it
Blizzard Bunny
I am a New Zealand
White rabbit. I’m an
albino that means that
I’m all white. I am
also a dwarf so I’m
goin...
A bunny’s life
I live all day in a cage or two.
If I’m lucky I get to eat some hay.
I wish I could live outside with my ra...
Haiku Quiz
Question 1:
What country does Haiku come from?
a. United States
b. China
c. Brazil
d. Japan
Question 2
What is Haiku?
a. A poem
b. Mrs. Coleman’s brother
c. A car
d. A type of essay
Question 3
How many lines are in a Haiku?
a. 17
b. 11
c. 5
d. 3
Question 4
How many syllables are in a Haiku?
a. 17
b. 11
c. 5
d. 3
Question 5
How many syllables are in the second line
of a Haiku?
a. 3
b. 5
c. 7
d. 9
Try again!
I thought you were listening. You are
breaking my heart.
Click on the picture
to try again.
You know the answer!
This means you have great teachers!
Give them a hug.
Borrowed from www.frostillustrated.com/atf.php?s...
You got it.
You are too smart for words!
I think you deserve a pat on the back.
Click on the
picture to go to
question 3.
...
Go back and read the
question!
I know you know the answer.
So try again.
Borrowed from
www.maniacworld.com/stop-
crying.jpg
How did you know?
Try again!
Borrowed from www.wegehenkel.com/.../illu-crying-baby.gif
Did you read the question?
Borrowed from www.rps.psu.edu/probing/graphics/crying.gif
You got it!
Go to the
next
question.
Borrowed from www.cbc.ca/cp/sports/070205/s020541A.jpg
Thank you for trying and
please try again.
Borrowed from
www.sfgate.com/.../07/
18/crying_santa500x7
08.jpg
Great work!
The president
salutes you!
Borrowed from villagevoice.com/blogs/bushbeat/archive/2005/07/
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  1. 1. Haiku Poetry & Haiku Poetry Quilt Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Fiore
  2. 2. Table of Contents • Haiku Pre-Quiz • Haiku Information • Haiku Examples • Haiku Quiz • Project Information • Project Examples
  3. 3. What is Haiku? Haiku is a form of poetry. It is usually about nature but it can be about anything that inspires you.
  4. 4. Where does Haiku come from? Believe it or not it is from Japan. Full name: haiku no renga
  5. 5. How do you write a Haiku? You have no more than 17 syllables. You have three lines. First line has 5 syllables Second line has 7 syllables Last line has 5 syllables
  6. 6. Examples of Haiku As the wind does blow Across the trees, I see the Buds blooming in May Borrowed from http://www.isop.ucla.edu/shenzhen/2002ncta/cunningham/Webpage-HaikuPoems.htm
  7. 7. More Haiku Examples Snow falling slowly Blanketing the trees and road Silence and beauty. Go back to the Table of Contents Borrowed from http://www.isop.ucla.edu/shenzhen/2002ncta/cunningham/Webpage-HaikuPoems.htm
  8. 8. Poetry Quilt Information You will be using PowerPoint to create two slides. One slide about you and one slide containing your own haiku. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
  9. 9. Project Steps 1. Find a picture to inspire you. You will need to find a picture to write about. Haiku is usually inspired by nature so look through animal books and other nature books. Go to Step 2
  10. 10. Step 2 Write a Haiku about the picture. Remember Haiku has only three lines and must follow the 5-7-5 format. If you need examples go back in the PowerPoint – Haiku Examples.
  11. 11. Step 3 Create your slides. First you must create the slide on paper and get approval from Mrs. Fiore or Mrs. Coleman. This is the fun part. You get to play, I mean work on the computer.
  12. 12. Step 3 continue This is where you will have to find Mrs. Coleman or Mrs. Howell to use the scanner and insert the picture into your Haiku slide. Mrs. Fiore and Mrs. Coleman will help you insert your picture into the first slide about you.
  13. 13. Step 4 Show the final product to Mrs. Fiore and Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. Coleman will load it into one PowerPoint and will give you permission to print!
  14. 14. Step 5: Last one! Okay last thing, you will have to stand up in front of the class and present your slides. It’s easy! You can do it! That is all the step go back to the table of contents.
  15. 15. Project Examples • Mrs. Coleman • Mrs. Fiore • Bugs Bunny • Blizzard Bunny Click on one of the people here to see their Haiku. Can you guess their grade?
  16. 16. I love to read books and to help students. I’m originally from Lufkin Texas and I’m married. Favorite Treat: Peppermint Candy Favorite Color: Green My haiku is about Dora becau Mrs. Coleman
  17. 17. Dora Haiku Dora, Dora, yes I love to laugh, play, and sing Today is the day Picture borrowed from Dora the Explorer Valentine Treat Card Kit. Back to Examples
  18. 18. Mrs. Fiore I am Mrs. Fiore. I’m originally from Massachusetts. I like teaching my students. I really enjoy writing and reading books.My haiku is about my favorite thing!
  19. 19. Haiku about . . . Can you guess what my haiku is about? I like to share my words My clothes are usually hard Do you know me now?
  20. 20. Bugs Bunny I am a television rabbit. I like carrots. I like to trick people out of killing me.
  21. 21. Haiku for you This is a haiku about you I wrote it to make you happy I hope you like it
  22. 22. Blizzard Bunny I am a New Zealand White rabbit. I’m an albino that means that I’m all white. I am also a dwarf so I’m going to be small for the rest of my life. A short poem about me, my favo
  23. 23. A bunny’s life I live all day in a cage or two. If I’m lucky I get to eat some hay. I wish I could live outside with my rabbit cousins but I can’t. One day I’ll leave this cage forever. Do you want to adopt me?
  24. 24. Haiku Quiz Question 1: What country does Haiku come from? a. United States b. China c. Brazil d. Japan
  25. 25. Question 2 What is Haiku? a. A poem b. Mrs. Coleman’s brother c. A car d. A type of essay
  26. 26. Question 3 How many lines are in a Haiku? a. 17 b. 11 c. 5 d. 3
  27. 27. Question 4 How many syllables are in a Haiku? a. 17 b. 11 c. 5 d. 3
  28. 28. Question 5 How many syllables are in the second line of a Haiku? a. 3 b. 5 c. 7 d. 9
  29. 29. Try again! I thought you were listening. You are breaking my heart. Click on the picture to try again.
  30. 30. You know the answer! This means you have great teachers! Give them a hug. Borrowed from www.frostillustrated.com/atf.php?sid=751 Click on the picture to try question 2.
  31. 31. You got it. You are too smart for words! I think you deserve a pat on the back. Click on the picture to go to question 3. Borrowed from www.nfl.com/news/story/6643168
  32. 32. Go back and read the question! I know you know the answer. So try again. Borrowed from www.maniacworld.com/stop- crying.jpg
  33. 33. How did you know?
  34. 34. Try again! Borrowed from www.wegehenkel.com/.../illu-crying-baby.gif
  35. 35. Did you read the question? Borrowed from www.rps.psu.edu/probing/graphics/crying.gif
  36. 36. You got it! Go to the next question. Borrowed from www.cbc.ca/cp/sports/070205/s020541A.jpg
  37. 37. Thank you for trying and please try again. Borrowed from www.sfgate.com/.../07/ 18/crying_santa500x7 08.jpg
  38. 38. Great work! The president salutes you! Borrowed from villagevoice.com/blogs/bushbeat/archive/2005/07/
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