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1 Poetry Journeys Theme 4, Focus on Genre, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams Journeys Theme 4, Focus on Genre, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams

2 Mysteries

3 Comprehension Skill: Understanding Plays Comprehension Skill: Understanding Poetry How is the wind addressed in the first poem? How are rhyming words used in the second poem? How are the images of the wind different in the two poems? Wind Poems

4 beats

5 imagery

6 lines

7 repetition

8 rhyme

9 stanzas Homework! Oh, Homework! I hate you! You stink! I wish I could wash you away in the sink, if only a bomb would explode you to bits. Homework! Oh, homework! You're giving me fits. I'd rather take baths with a man-eating shark, or wrestle a lion alone in the dark, eat spinach and liver, pet ten porcupines, than tackle the homework, my teacher assigns. Homework! Oh, homework! you're last on my list, I simple can't see why you even exist, if you just disappeared it would tickle me pink. Homework! Oh, homework! I hate you! You stink! Jack Prelutsky

10 beats – The stressed syllables in a line of poetry imagery – Word pictures created through the use of vivid figurative language. lines – Rows of words repetition – A repeating pattern of the sounds or words rhyme – Agreement in the final sounds of words stanzas – Groups of lines that divide a poem into parts beats – The stressed syllables in a line of poetry imagery – Word pictures created through the use of vivid figurative language. lines – Rows of words repetition – A repeating pattern of the sounds or words rhyme – Agreement in the final sounds of words stanzas – Groups of lines that divide a poem into parts Key Poetry Vocabulary

11 Poetry Journeys Theme 4, Focus on Genre, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams Journeys Theme 4, Focus on Genre, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams

12 beats

13 imagery

14 lines

15 repetition

16 rhyme

17 stanzas Homework! Oh, Homework! I hate you! You stink! I wish I could wash you away in the sink, if only a bomb would explode you to bits. Homework! Oh, homework! You're giving me fits. I'd rather take baths with a man-eating shark, or wrestle a lion alone in the dark, eat spinach and liver, pet ten porcupines, than tackle the homework, my teacher assigns. Homework! Oh, homework! you're last on my list, I simple can't see why you even exist, if you just disappeared it would tickle me pink. Homework! Oh, homework! I hate you! You stink! Jack Prelutsky

18 beats – The stressed syllables in a line of poetry imagery – Word pictures created through the use of vivid figurative language. lines – Rows of words repetition – A repeating pattern of the sounds or words rhyme – Agreement in the final sounds of words stanzas – Groups of lines that divide a poem into parts beats – The stressed syllables in a line of poetry imagery – Word pictures created through the use of vivid figurative language. lines – Rows of words repetition – A repeating pattern of the sounds or words rhyme – Agreement in the final sounds of words stanzas – Groups of lines that divide a poem into parts Key Poetry Vocabulary


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