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Poetry portfolio
7th Grade Language Arts
Poetry Portfolio – 3rd Bimester
Project
Your Poetry Portfolio must
contain the following 8 poem
types:
• 1 Acrostic Poem -...
Acrostic Poem
• An acrostic poem is a type of poetry where the first,
last or other letters in a line spell out a particul...
Acrostic Example
• An acrostic poem
• Creates a challenge
• Random words on a theme
• Or whole sentences that rhyme
• Sele...
Acrostic Example – Letters in
Middle
Acrostic – Letters at End
Haiku
• Haiku is a Japanese poem which can also be known
as a Hokku. A Haiku is a type of poetry that can be
written on ma...
Haiku Example
• Summer
(5) The sky is so blue.
(7) The sun is so warm up high.
(5) I love the summer.
• Toast
(5) I really...
Cinquain
• A cinquain poem is a verse of five lines that do
not rhyme. The cinquain poem was created by Adelaide
Crapsey.
...
Cinquain Example
My mum (2 syllables)
Is so caring (4 syllables)
She is always helpful (6 syllables)
She is so beautiful a...
Limerick
• Five-line poem that tells a funny or silly story.
• Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme and have the same number
of syllabl...
Limerick Example
Diamante Poetry
• A diamante poem is made up of 7 lines using a set
structure:
Line 1: Beginning subject
Line 2: Two descr...
Diamante Example
Light,
Sun, Bright,
Happy, Confident, Joyful,
Care free, Smiling, Masking ,Melancholy,
Poignant, Sad, Dep...
Free Verse
• Expresses an idea, story, or feeling in rhythmic form.
It has no particular pattern, and may or may not have
...
Free Verse Example
Ode
• What is a Ode?
• An Ode is a lyric poem, usually addressing a
particular person or thing. It originated in Ancient
G...
Ode Example
Ode to an Olive
Oh Olive,
You are as precious to me as any gem,
With your beautiful, pure skin as smooth as si...
Sonnet
• A Sonnet is a poem of an expressive thought or idea
made up of 14 lines, each being 10 syllables long.
• Its rhym...
Sonnet Example
• Sonnet 18 – William Shakespeare
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Thou art more lovely and more tem...
Rubric for Grading
• Completeness -- all required poems are included and labeled
appropriately / 4
• Accuracy -- All poems...
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7th Grade Lang Arts Poetry Portfolio

  1. 1. Poetry portfolio 7th Grade Language Arts
  2. 2. Poetry Portfolio – 3rd Bimester Project Your Poetry Portfolio must contain the following 8 poem types: • 1 Acrostic Poem -- Minimum 6 letter word; lines need to be multi-word • 1 Haiku • 1 Cinquain • 1 Limerick • 1 Free Verse Poem Minimum 6 lines • 1 Diamante Poem • 1 Ode - Minimum 8 lines • 1 Sonnet - 14 lines (ABAB CDCD EFEF GG)
  3. 3. Acrostic Poem • An acrostic poem is a type of poetry where the first, last or other letters in a line spell out a particular word or phrase. The most common and simple form of an acrostic poem is where the first letters of each line spell out the word or phrase.
  4. 4. Acrostic Example • An acrostic poem • Creates a challenge • Random words on a theme • Or whole sentences that rhyme • Select your words carefully • To form a word from top to bottom • Is the aim of this poetry style • Choose a word then go!
  5. 5. Acrostic Example – Letters in Middle
  6. 6. Acrostic – Letters at End
  7. 7. Haiku • Haiku is a Japanese poem which can also be known as a Hokku. A Haiku is a type of poetry that can be written on many themes, from love to nature. • A Haiku consists of 3 lines and 17 syllables. Line 1: 5 syllables Line 2: 7 syllables Line 3: 5 syllables
  8. 8. Haiku Example • Summer (5) The sky is so blue. (7) The sun is so warm up high. (5) I love the summer. • Toast (5) I really like toast. (7) It is yummy when it's hot. (5) I like it best cold.
  9. 9. Cinquain • A cinquain poem is a verse of five lines that do not rhyme. The cinquain poem was created by Adelaide Crapsey. • A cinquain consists of five unrhymed lines. • Each line has a set number of syllables see below: Line 1: 2 syllables Line 2: 4 syllables Line 3: 6 syllables Line 4: 8 syllables Line 5: 2 syllables
  10. 10. Cinquain Example My mum (2 syllables) Is so caring (4 syllables) She is always helpful (6 syllables) She is so beautiful and kind (8 syllables) Love you. (2 syllables)
  11. 11. Limerick • Five-line poem that tells a funny or silly story. • Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme and have the same number of syllables. • Lines 3 and 4 rhyme, have the same number of syllables and are usually shorter than the other lines. • Line 5 refers back to line 1.
  12. 12. Limerick Example
  13. 13. Diamante Poetry • A diamante poem is made up of 7 lines using a set structure: Line 1: Beginning subject Line 2: Two describing words about line 1 Line 3: Three doing words about line 1 Line 4: A short phrase about line 1, a short phrase about line 7 Line 5: Three doing words about line 7 Line 6: Two describing words about line 7 Line 7: End subject • It is written in the shape of a diamond.
  14. 14. Diamante Example Light, Sun, Bright, Happy, Confident, Joyful, Care free, Smiling, Masking ,Melancholy, Poignant, Sad, Depressed, Heartbreaking, Scary, Dark
  15. 15. Free Verse • Expresses an idea, story, or feeling in rhythmic form. It has no particular pattern, and may or may not have rhyming phrases. • Free verse doesn’t have a specific pattern. In free verse, it is the rhythm and the language used to express an idea that makes the poem. • Without set rules, you are free to decide where to break your form into stanzas, what (if any) rhyming scheme you use, and even your style of grammar.
  16. 16. Free Verse Example
  17. 17. Ode • What is a Ode? • An Ode is a lyric poem, usually addressing a particular person or thing. It originated in Ancient Greece. • Odes use similes, metaphors and sometimes a technique called hyperbole.
  18. 18. Ode Example Ode to an Olive Oh Olive, You are as precious to me as any gem, With your beautiful, pure skin as smooth as silk And as green as the grass in summertime. I love your taste and the smell of your tender fruit Which hides beneath your green armour. Olive, sweet, tasty Olive, How I love you so and my mealtimes wouldn't be the same If you weren't in my life. Oh Olive, Nothing can compare to you, nothing at all, You are food of the gods, a king's riches And, most importantly, you are mine, oh Olive!
  19. 19. Sonnet • A Sonnet is a poem of an expressive thought or idea made up of 14 lines, each being 10 syllables long. • Its rhymes are arranged according to one of the schemes – Italian, or the more common English which is three quatrains followed by a rhyming couplet. • Structure of an English sonnet: • ABAB, CDCD, EFEF, GG
  20. 20. Sonnet Example • Sonnet 18 – William Shakespeare Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer's lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm'd; And every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance, or nature's changing course, untrimm'd; But thy eternal summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow'st; Nor shall Death brag thou wander'st in his shade, When in eternal lines to time thou grow'st; So long as men can breathe or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.
  21. 21. Rubric for Grading • Completeness -- all required poems are included and labeled appropriately / 4 • Accuracy -- All poems are written according to the specifications of the genre /2 • Presentation -- Final portfolio is attractively presented, shows effort and creativity / 2 • Language Use & Mechanics -- All words are spelled correctly; no grammatical or mechanical errors / 2

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