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EDUC 205: Children’s Literature and the Writing Process Day 16: Poetry.

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1 EDUC 205: Children’s Literature and the Writing Process Day 16: Poetry

2 Schedule Announcements?Announcements? Collect Lesson Plan 1Collect Lesson Plan 1 PoetryPoetry Fantasy books and evaluationsFantasy books and evaluations Final project guidelines and optionsFinal project guidelines and options

3 Poetry Differs little from adult poetryDiffers little from adult poetry Content should relate and appeal to childrenContent should relate and appeal to children

4 Sandpaper kisses on a cheek or a chin – that is the way for a day to begin. Sandpaper kisses – a cuddle, a purr I have an alarm clock that’s covered with fur. Bobbi Katz, “Cat Kisses.”

5 Elements of Poetry Note – modern poetry breaks many “molds” in both content and formNote – modern poetry breaks many “molds” in both content and form Ex. Out of the Dust by Karen HesseEx. Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse Ex. Love that Dog by Sharon CreechEx. Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

6 Elements of Poetry RhythmRhythm

7 Hello and good-by When I’m in a swing Swinging low and then high, Good-by to the ground Hello to the sky. Hello to the rain Good-by to the sun, Then hello again sun When the rain is all done. It blows in the winter, Away the birds fly. Good-by and hello Hello and good-by. - Mary Ann Hoberman - Mary Ann Hoberman

8 Elements of Poetry RhythmRhythm Rhyme and SoundRhyme and Sound

9 Clickety-clack Wheels on the track, This is the way They begin the attack: Click-ety Clack, Click-ety clack, Click-ety clack-ety Click-etyClack.Clickety-clack Over the crack, Faster and faster The song of the track: Clickety-clack, Clickety, clack, Clickety, clackety ClacketyClack. Riding in front, Riding in back, Everyone hears The song of the track: Clickety-clack,Clickety-clack, Clickety, clickety Clackety Clack. David McCord

10 Elements of Poetry RhythmRhythm Rhyme and SoundRhyme and Sound ImageryImagery Figurative Language: Compare and ContrastFigurative Language: Compare and Contrast

11 Touch it to your cheek and it’s soft as a velvet newborn mouse who has to strive to be alive. Bite it. Runny honey blooms on your tongue – as if you’ve bitten open a whole hive. Rose Rauter, “Peach.”

12 Elements of Poetry RhythmRhythm Rhyme and SoundRhyme and Sound ImageryImagery Figurative Language: Compare and ContrastFigurative Language: Compare and Contrast ShapeShape

13 Two in Bed When my brother Tommy Sleeps in bed with me He doubles up And makes himselfexactlylikeaV And ‘cause the bed is not so wide A part of him is on my side. Abram Bunn Ross

14 Coming Soon… Tuesday, March 25Tuesday, March 25 Meet in library lab 1AMeet in library lab 1A Lesson Plan 2 draft, with 2 copies, dueLesson Plan 2 draft, with 2 copies, due Draft annotated bibliography dueDraft annotated bibliography due Thursday, March 27Thursday, March 27 Choose one poem in your texts to evaluateChoose one poem in your texts to evaluate Bring another book of poetry to shareBring another book of poetry to share


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