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1By: Sharon Creech Pages 22-59 Love That DogBy: Sharon CreechPages 22-59
2Love That Dog: Pages 22-24 January 17th And maybe That’s the same thingThat happened withMr. Robert Frost.Maybe he was justMaking pictures with wordsAbout the snowy woodsAnd the pasture—And his teacherTyped them upAnd they looked like poemsSo people thoughtThey were poems.Like how you didWith the blue-car thingsAnd reading-the-small-poems things On the boardRemember the wheel barrow poem You read The first week Of school? Maybe the wheelbarrow poet Was just Making a picture with words And someone else Like maybe his teacher Typed it up And then people thought It was a poem Because It looked like one Typed up like that.Typed upThey look likePoemsAnd the other kidsAre looking at themAnd they thinkThey really areAnd theyAre all sayingWho wrote that?What does “making pictures with words” mean?
3Love That Dog: Pages 25-27 January 24th And so I went And that’s where we sawThe yellow dogStanding against the cageWith his paws curledAround the wireAnd his long red tongueHanging outAnd his big black eyesLooking a little sadAnd his long tailWag-wag-wagingAs if he were sayingMe me me! Choose me!and we did.We chose him!We were going for a driveAnd my father saidWe won’t be gone long –You come tooAnd so I wentAnd we drove and droveUntil we stopped at aRed brick buildingWith a signIn blue lettersANIMAL PROTECTION SHELTERAnd inside we walkedDown a long cement pathPast cagesWith all kinds ofDogsBig and smallFat and skinnySome of them hiding in the cornerBut most of themBark-bark-barking andJumping upAgainst the wire cageAs we walked past, as if they were saying “Me! Me! Choose me!I’m the one!
4Love That Dog: Pages 25-27 January 24th And in the car He put his head Against my chest And wrapped his paws Around my arm As if he were saying Thank you thank you thank you! And the other dogs In the cages Get killed dead If nobody chooses them.1. What techniques did Jack borrow from Robert Frost, Carlos Williams and William Blake?2. What new information did we learn about Jack’s yellow dog?3. How did you feel when we read “other dogs get killed dead if nobody chooses them?”
5Love That Dog: Pages 28-30 January 31th February 7th And maybe it would look good on yellow paperAnd maybe the title should beYOU COME TOO.February 7thYes You can type up What I wrote About my yellow dog But leave off the part About the other dogs Getting killed dead Because that’s too sad And don’t put my name on it PleaseYesIt does look goodOn yellow paperAnd you forgot(again)To leave more spaceBetween the linesLike I did when I wrote itBut, that’s okay though!Why do you think Jack doesn’t want recognition for his poems?
6Love That Dog: Pages 31-34 February 15th In the street But only if a grown upOr the big kidsAre out there, too,And they will shoutCAR!If they see a carComing down our street.At both ends of our streetAre yellow signs that sayCaution! Children at Play!But sometimes the cars payNo attentionAnd speed downThe roadAs if they are in a big hurryWith many miles to goBefore they sleep.I like that poem we read today About street music In the city. My street is not in the middle Of the city So it doesn’t have that LOUD music Of horns and trucks CLASH FLASH SCREECH My street is on the edge Of a cityAnd it has quiet musicMost of the timeWHISP MEOWSWISHMy street is a THIN oneWith houses on both sidesAnd my house isThe white oneWith the red door.There is not too much trafficOn my street–Not like in the middle of a cityWe play in yards and sometimes
7Love That Dog: ______ Music Poem In page 6 and 7 of your response journal please create a Venn diagram. Compare and contrast your street you live on with Jack’s. Please have at least 6 examples (total)“___________ MUSIC”Think of a place with specific sounds.You must incorporate at least 5 examples of Onomatopoeia.Your poem can be any format you choose!JACK’S StreetYour Street
8“________ Music” PoemThis restaurant:Always has busy noiseScuffling around the placeChatter of patronsYelling of cooks in the kitchenV o c a b u l a r i e sOfBANGING CLASHING SCRAPING SIZZLING POPPINGFriers and GrillsMany Language CombinationsRestaurant Music Inspired by “Street Music” By: Mrs. RitchieAs Background music Silently playsas Chaos EnsuesA rock bandOf different beatsAndRhyhmsStuck in my headWith this always noiseRestaurant Music
9Love That Dog: Pages 35-37 February 21st February 26th That was so great Those poems you showed us today Where the words Make the shape Of the thing That the poem Is about--- Like the one about an apple That was shaped like an apple And the one about the house That was shaped like a house My brain was pop-pop-popping When I was looking at those poems I never knew a poet personCould do that funnyKind of thingI tried one of those poemsThat look likeWhat’s it about
10Love That Dog: Concrete Poetry Check these out!Love That Dog: Concrete PoetryOn page 8 of your response book, you will pick a topic and create your own Concrete Poetry.
11Love That Dog: Pages 38-41 March 1st March 7th Who wrote that And why didn’tHeOrSheWant to putHis or her nameOn it?Was it like me when I didn’t think my wordsWerePoems?Maybe you will tellThe anonymous tree poetThat his or her tree poemIs really a poemReally reallyAnd a good poem, too.Yes You can type up The yellow dog poem That looks like a dog But this time Keep the spaces The same And maybe It would look Really really good On yellow paper Maybe you could put my name on it But only if you want to. Only if you think it Looks good enough.I was a little embarrassedWhen people saidThings to me likeNeat poem, JackAnd How’d you think of that, Jack?And I really really likeThe one you put upAbout the treeThat is shaped like a treeNot a fake-looking freeBut a real treeWith straggly branches.But I want to knowWho is theAnonymous poetIn our class
12Love That Dog: Pages 42-45 March 14th where I can See it when I’m Lying downMaybe you could copy it too and hang it on the wallIn our classWhere we can see it when we are sitting at our desks doing stuff I sure loved that poem by Mr. Walter Dean Myers Called “Love That Boy”.Because of two reasons I liked it: One because my dad callsMe in the morning Just like thatHe calls “Hey There Son!” And also because when I had my yellow dogI loved that dog and would call him. Like this- I’d Say Hey There, Sky! (His name why Sky)That was the best best BEST poem You read yesterday By Mr. Walter Dean Myers the best best BEST poem ever. I am sorry I took the book home without asking. I only got one spot on it. That’s why the page is torn. I tried to get the spot out. I copied that BEST poem and hung it in my bedroom right over my bed
13“Love That ______” Dean Walter Myers Inspired Poem On page 9 of your response books, please construct a “Love That ________” poem imitating Dean Walter Myers poem “Love that Boy”. You need to include at least 2-3 similes in your poem!Love That LasagnaLove That Football Love to play football Just like my brother. I said I love to play football Just like my brother. I love to tackle the other players and help to win the game.Love that lasagna Cheese in the middle. I said I love that lasagna, Cheese in the middle. Love to eat it in the morning, Love to eat it, Yum, yum, yum.it's got cheese like pizza,Meat like burgers.I say it's got cheese like pizza,And meat like burgers.We can eat it when we happy,We can eat it when we sad.
14Love That Dog: By Jack Love that dog, like a bird loves to fly I said love that dogLove to call him in the morninglove to call him“Hey there, Sky!”
15Love That Dog: Pages 46-48 March 22 And I’d call him Every morning every eveningHey there, Sky!My Yellow dog followed me everywhere every which way I turned he was there wagging his tail and slobber coming out of his mouth when he was smiling at me all the time as if he was saying “thank you thank you thank you for choosing me” And jumping up on me his shaggy straggly paws on my chest like he was trying to hug the insides right out of me.And when us kids were playing outside kicking the ball he’d chase after it and push it with his nose push push push and getting slobber all over the ball but no one cared because he was such a funny dog that dog SkyThat straggly furrySmilingDogSky.What poem is Jack imitating?What mood is this poem?Why do you think Jack is starting to write about his old pet?
16Love That Dog: Pages 49-54 March 27 April 4 That sounds good to my ears. Now no one will think I just copied because I couldn’t think of my own words. They will know I was inspired by Mr. Walter Dean Myers. But don’t put it on the board yet, okay?Is Mr. Walter Dean Myers a live person?And if he is do you think he could ever comeTo our city to our school to our class?Yes, you can type up What I wrote about My dog Sky but don’t type up that other secret one I wrote- the one all folded up in the envelope with tape on it. That one uses too many of Mr. Walter Dean Myers’s words and maybe Mr. Dean Myer’s would get mad about that.I was very glad toHear that Mr. Walter Dean Myers is not the sort of person who would get madAt a boyFor using some of his words. And thank you for typing up my secret poem the one that uses so many of Mr. Walter Dean Myer’s words and I like what you put at the top: Inspired by Walter Dean Myers
17Love That Dog: Pages 49-54 April 12th April 4 (continued) April 9th I don’t agree that Mr. Walter Dean Myers might like to hearfrom a boy who likes his poems.I think Mr. Walter Dean Myers would like to hear from a teacher who uses big words and knows howTo spellAnd toType.And if he did we should hide my poem with his words- his it real good- just in case he would get mad about that.No.No. No. No. No. NO !I can’t do it.You should do it. You’re a teacher.
18Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 April 12th Dear Mr. Walter Dean Myers, You probably don’t want to hear from me because I am only a boy and not a teacher and I don’t use big words and you probably won’t even read this or even if you do read it you probably are way too busy to answer it Let alone to the thing I am going to ask you and I want you to know that’s okay
19Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 April 12th that’s okay because our teacher says writers are very very very very busy trying to write their words and the phone is ringing and the fax is going and the bills need paying and sometimes they get sick (I hope you are not sick, Mr. Walter Dean Myers) or their family gets sick or their electricity goes off or the car needs fixing or they have to go to the grocery store or do the laundry
20Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 April 12th Or clean messes. I don’t know how you find the time to write your words if you have to do all that stuff and maybe you should get a helper So, what I am asking you is this: if you ever get the time to leave your house and if you feel like visiting a school where there might be some kids who like your poems would you ever maybe think about maybe coming
21Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 April 12th Maybe to our school which is a clean place with mostly nice people in it and I think our teacher Miss. Stretchberry would maybe even make brownies for you because she sometimes makes them for us I hope I haven’t too much stopped you from doing your Writing of words and fixing your car and getting groceries
22Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 April 12th And all that stuff- just to read this letter – which probably is taking you maybe fifteen minutes and in time you could’ve maybe written a whole new poem or at least the start of one and so I am sorry For taking up your time and I understand if you can’t come to our clean school and read some of your poems to us and let us see your face which I bet is a friendly face. My Name is Jack. Bye, Mr. Walter Dean Myers.
23Love That Dog: Pages 55-59 WHO IS WALTER DEAN MYERS?? On page 10, Name 3 things you learned from the biography. Ask 3 questions you would like to know about Walter Dean Myers that was not answered in the video.