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Diamante Poems Another way to show cause & effect...
Diamante Poems Definition: – a seven line poem that is in the shape of a diamond
Diamante Poems Set up: – Each line of the poem is written in a specific way – The order of the lines always stays the same – We are going to adapt this poem to show a cause & effect relationship.
Set up: – Line Six: Two adjectives about the effect
Diamante Poems Set up: – Line Seven: State the effect
Topic/CauseAdjective Verb Verb Verb Noun Noun NounNoun VerbVerbVerbAdjective Effect
Diamante Poems Let’s look at an example!
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Let’s look at another example! This time, think about the how the cause & effect are related.
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Let’s create one together! However, the person with #7, needs to tell the group what the effect of the cause is. Go ahead and do this now...
Diamante Poems Let’s create one together! Every group should now have all 7 lines. Everyone in the group now needs to write out the poem in the diamante format.
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Brainstorm a event in your life that has had a significant effect or result.
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Examples: - Getting a driver’s permit - Starting high school - First job - First boyfriend/girlfriend - An ‘A’ on a test/report card
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Now that you have your ‘cause’ (topic) let’s start! (line #1) Write two adjectives that describe the cause. (line #2)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Write three verbs that describe the cause. (line #3)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Write four nouns, or a four word phrase that describes the cause. (line #4)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! State the effect of the cause. (this is actually line #7)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Write three verbs that describe the effect. (line #5)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Write two adjectives that describe the effect. (line #6)
Diamante Poems Time to do one on your own! Go ahead and write out your poem in Diamante format.
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