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									Miranda Overstreet
 and Jamie Dekle
   ECED 4300 C
  Dr. Tonja Root
     Fall 2009
    Grade Level: 3rd
 Specific form of writing:
     Acrostic Poetry
   Miranda Overstreet
     Prewriting GPS:
ELA3W1. The student
 demonstrates competency
 in the writing process. The
 student
m. Pre-writes to generate
 ideas, develops a rough
    draft, rereads to revise,
    and edits to correct.
   Miranda Overstreet
     Prewriting PLO:

Students will complete a
 graphic organizer for the
 prewriting stage of
 acrostic poetry.
      Acrostic Poetry

• Topic word
  –Vertical
• Descriptive words
  –Horizontal
  –Relate to topic word
       Prewriting

• Choose topic word
• For each letter in topic
  word
  –Produce different words
   •Begin with the letter
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         Citation
Burke. (2009). Burke Acrostic.
 Retrieved October 26, 2009,
 from Acrostic Name Poems:
 http://www.holycross.edu/de
 partments/socant/dhummon/
 acrostics/teachers/Burke
   Acrostic.html
Example of Acrostic Poetry

 “Savannah”
  Soccer player
  Artist and talented
  Vivacious, vibrant, very
  beautiful
  Affective, and efficient
  Normal and special
  Never too full to eat
  Also very curious and
  adorable
Practice Activity: 3rd Grade
• Pre-choose topic word
  (teacher’s name)
   –Ex. Miranda
• Each letter of name
   –Individual box
     •Produce four words
       –Begin with the letter
Assessment Activity: 3rd Grade

  • Students will:
    – A. Choose topic word
      • Student’s name
    – B. Complete graphic
       organizer
      • Produce four words per
        letter
Jamie Dekle: Drafting GPS
ELA3W1. The student
 demonstrates competency
 in the writing process. The
 student
m. Pre-writes to generate
 ideas, develops a rough
    draft, rereads to revise,
    and edits to correct.
      Jamie Dekle
     Drafting PLO:
Students will use the
 graphic organizer from the
 prewriting stage to
 construct a draft of an
 acrostic poem.
       Acrostic Poetry

• Topic word
 – Vertical
• Descriptive words
 – Horizontal
 – Relate to topic word
        Drafting

• Use words from graphic
  organizer
  –Construct phrases
    •Relate to topic
         Citation
Burke. (2009). Burke Acrostic.
 Retrieved October 26, 2009,
 from Acrostic Name Poems:
 http://www.holycross.edu/de
 partments/socant/dhummo/
 acrostics/teachers/Burke
   Acrostic.html
Example of Acrostic Poetry

 “Anthony”
  Always nice
  Noble kid
  Thankful and brave
  Homework always done
  One who always plays kickball
  Nice boy who pays attention
  Youthful
Practice Activity: 3rd Grade
• Write topic word
  –Vertically
• Graphic organizer
  –Choose one word from each
   box
    •Create a phrase with word
      –Must relate to topic word
Assessment Activity: 3rd Grade

  • Students will:
    – A. Write their first name
       • Vertically
    – B. Use graphic organizer to
      develop phrases
       •Written horizontally
       •Must relate to themselves

								
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