Poetry as Emotion: List Poems    AISB Elementary Library, 2012           Sarah Ducharme               Grade 4
List Poems• Look at each image.• Write whatever words come to mind.• Try to capture the EMOTION you see.
Words can become a POEM• Look at your words and rearrange them.• What order do you like?• What words seem to go together o...
Try Another…• What worked? What didn’t?• READY TO Try again?
Words become a POEM• Look at your words and rearrange them.• What order do you like?• What words seem to go together on on...
Two More…• ON your own…• REMEMBER: capture the feeling/emotion of  the image not just what’s happening in the  scene.
Choose Your Own Image• Go to PicLit (on grade 4 tab of library website)• Choose a photo from the sliding gallery.• THINK a...
To use this poem…• SAVE your PicLits as you go. They will appear  in “My PicLits”• You may email ONE or TWO PicLits to Mrs...
Extension…• IF you enjoyed writing this type of poem HOW  could you take today’s lesson and continue at  home?
CitationsLanier67, . Friendship. 2007. Flickr. Web. 28 Mar. 2012.    http://www.flickr.com/photos/lanier67/1183108855/.MA1...
Poetry as emotion
Poetry as emotion
Poetry as emotion
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Poetry as emotion

  1. 1. Poetry as Emotion: List Poems AISB Elementary Library, 2012 Sarah Ducharme Grade 4
  2. 2. List Poems• Look at each image.• Write whatever words come to mind.• Try to capture the EMOTION you see.
  3. 3. Words can become a POEM• Look at your words and rearrange them.• What order do you like?• What words seem to go together on one line?• What words have best impact alone?• What lines seem to want a space between them?• ASK, “What will my reader FEEL after reading these words?”
  4. 4. Try Another…• What worked? What didn’t?• READY TO Try again?
  5. 5. Words become a POEM• Look at your words and rearrange them.• What order do you like?• What words seem to go together on one line?• What words have best impact alone?• What lines seem to want a space between them?• What do you want your reader to FEEL?
  6. 6. Two More…• ON your own…• REMEMBER: capture the feeling/emotion of the image not just what’s happening in the scene.
  7. 7. Choose Your Own Image• Go to PicLit (on grade 4 tab of library website)• Choose a photo from the sliding gallery.• THINK about the image – brainstorm ideas.• Choose “Drag-n-Drop,” Add words, arrange and rearrange until you like the effect.• Choose another photo.• Choose “Freestyle.”• Type your words into the box the way you want them to appear.
  8. 8. To use this poem…• SAVE your PicLits as you go. They will appear in “My PicLits”• You may email ONE or TWO PicLits to Mrs Ducharme: sducharme@aisb.hu. You MUST include your NAME in the subject.• These can be posted on your class blog later.• You cannot print your PicLit 
  9. 9. Extension…• IF you enjoyed writing this type of poem HOW could you take today’s lesson and continue at home?
  10. 10. CitationsLanier67, . Friendship. 2007. Flickr. Web. 28 Mar. 2012. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lanier67/1183108855/.MA1216, . Wonder Wheel. 2006. Flickr. Web. 28 Mar. 2012. http://www.flickr.com/photos/supercereal/2824567979/.Nosha, . Beauty. 2009. Flickr. Web. 28 Mar. 2012. http://www.flickr.com/photos/nosha/3643964334/.Peat, Richard. "Fast" Bag Drop. 2006. Flickr. Web. 28 Mar. 2012. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rtpeat/342532385/.

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