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Five Senses Poetry 5 th Grade Sheena Smith and Rachel Stracener ECED4300 A Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2010.

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1 Five Senses Poetry 5 th Grade Sheena Smith and Rachel Stracener ECED4300 A Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2010

2 RACHEL STRACENER PREWRITING GPS: ELA5W4 The student consistently uses a writing process to develop, revise, and evaluate writing. The student a. Plans and drafts independently and resourcefully. PLO: The student will plan a five senses poem using a graphic organizer.

3 Form of Writing Five Senses Poetry think of topic –abstract or concrete describe topic using five senses format –6 lines (including topic as first line)

4 STAGE OF WRITING PREWRITING 1 st stage of writing process 70% of process define purpose, audience, and topic form thoughts and ideas plan graphic organizer chart

5 Graphic Organizer TasteSoundSmellLookFeel Stracener, T. R. (2010). Five senses poetry graphic organizer. Unpublished graphic organizer. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA. ______________________ Topic

6 PUBLISHED EXAMPLE Escape Boredom has no color-it is invisible. It has no sound, and it tastes like garlic salt. Boredom smells like dust centuries old. Boredom feels like numbness. Five senses poetry. (n.d.). Retrieved October 22, 2010 from 2/Poetry Webquest/fivesensespoetry.html 2/Poetry Webquest/fivesensespoetry.html

7 Practice Activity shared pen Define a purpose, an audience, and the topic as a class. The class will complete the graphic organizer together. –5 senses –words and phrases –no sentences

8 ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY Teacher defines a purpose and an audience. Each student defines the topic for their own poem. The student will complete the graphic organizer individually. 5 senses at least 3 details for each sense words and phrases no sentences

9 Sheena Smith Drafting GPS: ELA5W4 The student consistently uses a writing process to develop, revise, and evaluate writing. The student a. Plans and drafts independently and resourcefully. PLO: The student will draft a five senses poem using the completed graphic organizer.

10 FORM OF WRITING FIVE SENSES POETRY think of topic abstract or concrete describe topic using five senses format 6 lines (including topic as first line)

11 Stage of Writing Drafting 2 nd stage of writing process use graphic organizer to draft focus on content ignore mechanics and grammar skip lines (‘X’ on every other line)

12 PUBLISHED EXAMPLE Satisfaction Peace is a rainbow of color. It smells like a rose, and it tastes like sugar. Peace sounds like a bluebird and feels like a handshake. Five senses poetry. (n.d.). Retrieved October 22, 2010 from 2/Poetry Webquest/fivesensespoetry.html 2/Poetry Webquest/fivesensespoetry.html

13 Practice Activity shared pen Use the class graphic organizer developed during the prewriting stage to draft a poem as a class. focus on content ignore mechanics and grammar skip lines (Place an ‘X’ on every other line.)

14 ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY Students will use the individual graphic organizers, completed during the prewriting stage, to draft a five senses poem. focus on content ignore mechanics and grammar skip lines (Place an ‘X’ on every other line.)


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