Preposition Poem Project Directions: You are to write a prepositional phrase poem about your favorite place. Your poem must have a title (the place), be a minimum of 10 lines, be completely illustrated (at least 5 pictures correlated to the objects mentioned at the end of each line) and colored. Each line MUST start with a preposition, end with an object (noun or pronoun), and the last line must tell what you are doing. (See example poem on the back) Remember: Prepositional Phrases DO NOT contain SUBJECTS and VERBS!! Poems will NOT be accepted if done on notebook paper. The paper size used must be 8 ½ X 11. Students can use construction paper, computer paper, or stationary paper. Poems and drawings will NOT be accepted if done in pencil or pen. This is a project and should look like one! They may be typed or traced neatly with marker. Doing the minimum requirements (10 lines) will earn a minimum grade of 70. To get a 100, you must have at least 15 lines. This will be graded based on following directions, effort, accuracy of prepositional phrases, neatness, and the illustrations created for the poem. This will count as a major grade. This was assigned on October 13, 2010. The draft of the poem is due on October 19, 2010. The final project and illustrations are due on October 22, 2010, for a major grade. Preposition Poem Project Example of a Poem: Destin, Florida Beside the blue salt water Under the basking sun On the warm, soft sand Next to the rolling waves With a cool, fresh breeze Across from the red and white lighthouse Beneath an enormous pink umbrella In a cozy beach chair Without any distractions Mrs. Young lounges.
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