Presentation on theme: "Fourth Grade Five Senses Poetry. GPS:ELA4W2 The student demonstrates competence in a variety of genres. C. Creates an organizing structure. PLO: Students."— Presentation transcript:
Grant, E. (n.d.). 5 Senses Poetry. Tooter4Kids. Retrieved October 21, 2010, from http://www.tooter4kids.com/classr oom
Wonderful World I can see Trees and grass, The sun and sky; I can taste Chocolate ice cream, Apple pie; I can hear Music, laughter, Words you said; I can smell Perfume, flowers, Baking bread; I can touch Silk and velvet, A baby's skin; What a wonderful World I'm in! Eva Grant
Complete a Five Senses Poetry Graphic Organizer together. Call on students to complete the organizer.
Complete the Five Senses Poetry Graphic Organizer individually. Use the graphic organizer to create your own five senses poem.
GPS:ELA4W4 The student consistently uses a writing process to develop, revise, and evaluate writing. a. Plans and drafts independently and resourcefully. PLO: Students will draft a five senses poem.
Allows students to communicate their ideas creatively Students use their five senses to write about a topic Usually five lines, but may have more
“Writing stage” expands the ideas in the graphic organizer take the words and phrases and make complete sentences focus on content, not on spelling or punctuation
McGowan, M. (2005). Project Resources. Retrieved November 08, 2008, from Colorful Spring: http://www.mrsmcgowan.com/colorf ul_spring/resources.htm#Senses
Spring In spring I see green leaves. In spring I hear blue jays calling. In spring I feel warm again. In spring I taste pink lemonade. In spring I smell cherry blossoms.
Use the graphic organizer to draft a five senses poem as a class. Each of the five senses on the graphic organizer will be used for one line of the poem.
Write a five senses poem rough draft using your completed graphic organizer from the prewriting assessment.