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1 Poetry WebQuest Begin WebQuest

2 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Introduction Keep a Poem in Your Pocket By: Beatrice Schenk de Regniers (duh ren' yeah) Keep a poem in your pocket and a picture in your head and you'll never feel lonely at night when you're in bed. The little poem will sing to you the little picture bring to you a dozen dreams to dance to you at night when you're in bed. So-- Keep a picture in your pocket and a poem in your head and you'll never be lonely at night when you're in bed. Beatrice Schenk de Regniers is giving us some fantastic advice with her lovely poem. Poetry is a creative form of expression which people have used for centuries. Poetry is not limited to rhyme but includes many different forms. Poetry is a fascinating genre of writing. Learning about the many types of poetry can be exciting. Today you will embark on a poetic adventure! Let's take a journey into the world of poetry!

3 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Task Your task will be to explore and research various types of poetry. You will learn the components of different poetry forms. You will also read poems written by famous poets as well as children the same age as you. Next, you will produce your own poems!

4 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Process Part 1- Background The link will give you examples of different sorts of poems and advice on how to write them. Visit the Glossary of Poetic Devices to find the definition to the following words. Write each definition and the example, if given, on your vocabulary sheet. Place this page in your poetry folder.Glossary of Poetic Devices Part 2

5 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Process Part 2- Delving Deeper Next, you will find four sets of links. Take your time and explore each link. Kid's Favorites: Poetry4kids - Funny poems, poetry lessons, and poetry gamesPoetry4kids Mama Lisa's World - Children's songs from all nationsMama Lisa's World RhymeZone - A rhyming dictionary and thesaurusRhymeZone Giggle Poetry - Information on poetry contests, and silly read-aloud poemsGiggle Poetry Part 1Part 3

6 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Process Part 3: Creating Your Own Now that you have explored the given websites, it's time to produce your own poetry. 1. Choose a favorite poem and write on of your own in the same style. Visit the following links to learn about various types of poetry: HaikuLimerick 2. Choose another favorite and write one on the same subject. 3. Write one haiku poem. 4. Write one limerick. 5. For your final project, write a poem and illustrate it using any medium you think would work best (paint, crayon, a collage, etc.). Part 1Part 2

7 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Evaluation Click here for the rubric

8 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Conclusion Now, was that as difficult as you thought? I doubt it. Now, time to reflect. Write a paragraph or two answering the following questions. What did you think of poetry before you started this Quest? What did you learn that you didn't know before? Did you think you could write a poem? What type of poems do you like the best? How did you feel while you were writing your poems? Will you plan on writing a poem again sometime? "You are a poet and you didn't even know it" Author Unknown

9 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Credits WebQuest created by Melissa Bryant Modified by Stacie Duncan

10 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Standards Standards Covered ELA5R1h. Responds to and analyzes the effects of sound, figurative language, and graphics in order to uncover meaning in poetry.

11 NameDate Poetry WebQuest Rubric Criteria 4321 Process: Part 1 All definitions and examples were copied completely. All definitions were copied completely, but examples were not given. Not all definitions were copied completely. No definitions were copied completely. ____ Folder Completion All required pieces were in the correct order in the folder. All required pieces were in the folder, but they were not in the correct order. At least 6 required pieces were in the folder in the correct order. Less than 6 required pieces were in the folder. ____ Process: Part 3 Originality The ideas expressed by these pieces of poetry demonstrate a high degree of originality. The ideas expressed by these pieces of poetry are mostly original. The student may have improved upon a previous idea. The ideas expressed by these pieces of poetry demonstrate a low degree of originality. There were no original ideas expressed in these pieces of poetry. __ __ Process: Final Project Formatting, Grammar, & Spelling The final project of work was free of grammar, spelling, and formatting errors. Illustrations were included. The final project had 1 error related to grammar, spelling, or formatting errors. Illustrations were included. The final project had 3- 5 grammar, spelling, and formatting errors. Illustration was included, but hastily done. The final project had major grammar, spelling, and formatting errors. No illustrations were included. __ __ Total----> ____

12 Haiku Spring Spring's once every year It comes in like a lion, roar Out like a lamb, baa! by Shannon age 13 Sherman Middle White Lake, MI, U.S.A. Click on the links below for more examples! History Haiku - How to write HaikuHistory Haiku Haiku written by kids - Examples from St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic School - includes original artworkHaiku written by kids Haiku by Kids - Great examples of Haiku on a variety of subjectsHaiku by Kids Back to Process: Part 3

13 Limericks Cow Cakes There once was a cow that liked cake, He was spoiled for goodness sake. He would moo all day, until he got his way, and now the kind farmers have to bake. Jessica Macauda, 6th grade Click on the links below for more examples! Limericks - How to write limericksLimericks Student Examples- Including limericks and artworkStudent Examples Back to Process: Part 3


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