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P OETRY : L IMERICKS Blair Ellington and Mandy Lundquist ECED 4300 B Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2010 4 th grade.

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1 P OETRY : L IMERICKS Blair Ellington and Mandy Lundquist ECED 4300 B Dr. Tonja Root Fall th grade

2 P REWRITING : GPS Mandy Lundquist ELA4W1 The student produces writing that establishes an appropriate organizational structure, sets a context and engages the reader, maintains a coherent focus throughout, and signals a satisfying closure. The student a. Selects a focus, an organizational structure, and a point of view based on purpose, genre expectations, audience, length, and format requirements.

3 P REWRITING : PLO A. Complete a limerick graphic organizer independently.

4 L IMERICK P OETRY  nonsense/silly poems  5 lines

5 L IMERICK P OETRY CONTINUED …  AABBA rhyming pattern  cat, mat, fish, wish, hat Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme.  cat, mat, fish, wish, hat Lines 3 and 4 rhyme.

6 L IMERICK P OETRY C ONTINUED …  begin with: “There once was a…” “There was a…”

7 P REWRITING 1 st stage of writing process most time-consuming

8 P REWRITING C ONTINUED plan writing components: *topic, form, audience, purpose, graphic organizer

9 PREWRITING CONTINUED use graphic organizer *no sentences *organize ideas and thoughts

10 R EFERENCE Livingston, M.C. (1991). Lots of Limericks. (R. Perry, Illus.) Retrieved on October 21, Retrieved from Myra-Cohn- Livingston/dp/ /ref=sr_1_2?s= books&ie=UTF8&qid= &sr=1- 2#reader_

11 P UBLISHED L IMERICK There was a young fellow called Hugh Who went to a neighboring zoo. The lion opened wide And said “come inside And bring all the family too.”

12 L IMERICK G RAPHIC O RGANIZER Subject2 words that rhyme with the subject 2 words that rhyme with each other

13 R EFERENCE Ellington, B. & Lundquist, M. (2010). Limerick Graphic Organizer. Unpublished graphic organizer, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA.

14 P RACTICE : P REWRITING : 4 TH GRADE Practice using the Limerick Graphic Organizer as a class. Work together to complete each portion of the graphic organizer.

15 P REWRITING PRACTICE : EXAMPLES example of subject: Nate (column 1) example of 2 rhyming words: great, fate (column 2) example of 2 rhyming words: bake, cake (column 3)

16 A SSESSMENT : P REWRITING : 4 TH GRADE Complete the Limerick Graphic Organizer independently. You must use your own words and ideas. DO NOT use the example created in class.

17 D RAFTING : GPS Blair Ellington ELA4W4 The student consistently uses a writing process to develop, revise, and evaluate writing. The student a. Plans and drafts independently and resourcefully.

18 D RAFTING : PLO A. Write drafts using your limerick graphic organizers.

19 L IMERICK P OETRY  nonsense/silly poems  5 lines

20 L IMERICK POETRY CONTINUED  AABBA rhyming pattern  cat, mat, fish, wish, hat Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme.  cat, mat, fish, wish, hat Lines 3 and 4 rhyme.

21 LIMERICK POETRY CONTINUED  begin with: “There once was a…” “There was a…”

22 D RAFTING 2 nd stage label as “draft” *followed by: title and name

23 DRAFTING CONTINUED complete thoughts/sentences main focus: *content skip lines *mark with “x’s”

24 REFERENCE Livingston, M.C. (1991). Lots of Limericks. Retrieved on October 21, Retrieved from Limericks-Myra-Cohn- Livingston/dp/ /ref=sr_1_2?s= books&ie=UTF8&qid= &sr=1- 2#reader_

25 P UBLISHED L IMERICK There once was a young lady named Sue Who had nothing whatever to do And who did it so badly I thought she would gladly Have stopped long before she was through.

26 P RACTICE : D RAFTING : 4 TH GRADE As a class, write a limerick using the Limerick Graphic Organizer.

27 DRAFTING PRACTICE CONTINUED … Begin the 1 st line with either “There once was a/an…” or “There was a/an…) End the 1 st line with the subject. *example: There once was a guy named Nate.

28 DRAFTING PRACTICE CONTINUED … End the 2 nd line with a word that rhymes with the subject. *example: He wasn’t quite sure of his fate.

29 DRAFTING PRACTICE C ONTINUED … End the 3 rd and 4 th lines with words that do not rhyme with the subject. *example: He liked to bake, *example: So he made a cake.

30 DRAFTING PRACTICE CONTINUED … End the 5 th line with a word that rhymes with the subject. *example: And it tasted great.

31 A SSESSMENT : 4 TH GRADE Write limericks using your completed Limerick Graphic Organizers from the prewriting assessment.


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