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					Poetry Lesson

 Monica Oluwek, Stephanie
 Barker, Annie Clinch, Phillip
           Kromke
  Agenda
 Poetry lesson
  Crossword
   Review
  Objectives


 Limerick Poetry
  Haiku Poetry
Diamante Poetry
Poetry Vocabulary
       Limerick Poetry
A limerick is a 5 line poem in which
 the:
  first and second lines rhyme
  the third and fourth lines rhyme
  the fifth line rhymes with the first and
   second.
The rhyme scheme is : AABBA
    Limerick Poetry History
Limerick poetry can be traced back to
 the fourteenth century of English
 history.
The term “Limerick” comes from the
 Irish town of Limerick.
Limerick poetry is know for being
 FUNNY!
      EDWARD LEAR
 The author of The Book of
 Nonsense, which was extremely
 popular in the nineteenth century.
Edward and his book made
 Limerick poetry famous.
  The poetry was very humorous and
   children loved it!
 Example of a Limerick Poem
There was an Old Man on a hill,      A
 Who seldom, if ever, stood still;   A
      He ran up and down,
  In his Grandmother's gown,         B

 Which adorned that Old Man on       B
             a hill.                 A


   Written by: Edward Lear
                  YOU TRY!
Fill in the blanks with a correct rhyming word!

              There once was a cat
             Who lived in a _______
                 She had black fur
  And when she was happy she would ______
She was a silly old cat, who liked to chase ______
        Haiku Poetry
 Type of poetry from Japanese culture
    Nature most common theme
       Other themes include:
             Feelings
            Experiences
              Haiku

Divided into three lines
 Five syllables on the first line
 Seven syllables on the second line
 Five syllables on the third line
           Syllabication
 Syllables can be just one letter or many
Some syllables are used more often
   tion ambition, stationary, lotion
   ly   happily, sadly, slyly
Some syllables are stressed more than
 others
   hap-py, un-hap-py
Examples of Haiku
 Wrack deep in the mind
 Searching for that syllable
 That makes my words art

      A Chicken nugget?
 Is this really meat or what?
      It boggles the mind
              Your Turn!
    Fill in the blanks to complete the poem!

    The ocean was ________        5
      Waves of the bluest color 7
      ____________ the best 5

      ______________________
__________________________________
      ______________________
      Diamante Poetry
A seven lined poem shaped like a diamond
      that uses nouns and adjectives !
      Diamante Poetry Pattern
• 1. LINE 1 one word subject (noun)
• 2. LINE 2 two adjectives describing LINE 1 noun
• 3. LINE 3 three participles ending in -ing or -ed to
  decribe LINE I noun
• 4. LINE 7 one word growing out of or opposite to LINE
  1 noun (another noun)
• 5. LINE 6 two adjectives describing LINE 7 noun
• 6. LINE 5 three participles ending in -ing or -ed to
  describe LINE 7 noun
• 7. LINE 4 four words - two related to the noun in LINE
  1 and two related to the noun in LINE 7; they be
  arranged concurrently or alternately, as the originator
  of the poem wishes.
     Example of Diamante Poetry

                  DREAMS
         SUBCONSCIOUS,IMAGINARY
        SLEEPING, WISHING,THINKING
    FANTASY, ACTUALITY, VISION,GENUINE
BEING, SEEING, KNOWING, AUTHENTIC, FACTUAL
                  REALITY
Poetry Vocabulary
 Alliteration: Repetition of the same or similar
sounds at the beginning of a word.

 Assonance: Repetition or pattern of similar
vowel sounds.

 Consonance: Repetition of similar consonant
sounds.
       Poetry vocabulary
          continued..
 Enjambment: A continuation of an idea from
one line to the next, without a pause.

 Haiku: A Japanese poem, usually about
nature.

 Iambic Pentameter: A type of meter, where 5
iambs are used per line. Most commonly found
in Shakespeare’s work.
        Poetry vocabulary
           continued..
 Metaphor: A figure of speech; comparing two
things without the use of “like” or “as.”

 Meter: The arrangement of a line of poetry by
the number of syllables and rhythm of stressed
syllables.

 Onomatopoeia: A figure of speech in which
words are used to imitate sounds.
          Poetry vocabulary
             continued..
 Simile: A figure of speech; comparing two things
using “like” or “as.”

 Sonnet: A lyrical poem, 14 lines long.

 Stanza: Two or more lines of poetry that form a
poem.

Verse: A single, metrical line of poetry.
LETS PLAY
JEOPARDY!
  VOCAB
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