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Flip Slips Practice STEPS TO Skill or Problem What is one major difference between a limerick, free verse, and narrative poem? STEP PREP Procedures Skill Language & Vocab Breakdown Prior Knowledge Textual Evidence Anticipation (1 Practice Problem Before Procedures )
Skill Focus The skill for this week is...... By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, from a grade appropriate text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
Skill Focus In other words, you will understand the different types of text that are appropriate for your grade level. You will be able to read these types of texts well, with support for the higher levels that will be given.
Copy the following words: Poetry Convey Structure Limerick Stanza Rhyme Syntax Narrative Poem Free Verse Vocabulary
Poetry: literature written in verse, as opposed to prose, often written in meter. verse prose Convey: to show Structure: the arrangement or relationship of elements
Vocabulary Limerick:a humorous poem five lines long in which the first, second, and fifth lines have one rhyme and the third and fourth another Stanza: A group of poetic lines corresponding to paragraphs in prose; the meters and rhymes are usually repeating or systematic.
Vocabulary Rhyme: Repetition of identical concluding syllables in different words, usually at the end of lines. Syntax:Word order and sentence structure.
Vocabulary Narrative Poem: a form of poetry which tells a story, often making use of the voices of a narrator and characters as well; the entire story is usually written in metered verse.poetry Free Verse: verse whose rhythm is not regular or smooth and even.
Step 1: Read the narrative poem. Step 2: Identify the main idea of the poem. Steps
Step 3: Who is the main character of the poem? Step 4: Provide textual evidence to support your answer. Steps
Step 5: What is the beginning, middle, and end of the poem? Step 6: Create a brief summary of the narrative poem. Steps
Step 7: Read the limerick poetry selection. Step 8: Which lines rhyme in the limerick? Steps
Step 9: Describe the rhyme scheme of the limerick. Step 10: What is the main idea of the limerick? Steps
Step 11: Read the free verse poem. Step 12: What is the main idea of the poem? Step 13: Provide textual evidence to support your answer Steps
Step 14:Copy the following chart and complete for the three types of poem read today. Steps
Type of Poem Rhyme Scheme Main Idea Similaritie s Differences Narrative Poem Limerick Free Verse
Flip Slip: What do you Remember? Remember: Rewrite this week’s skill in your own words. In your own words write down and define three vocabulary words.
Flip Slip: What do you understand? Understand: Write the steps in chronological order. a. Read the limerick poetry selection. b. Who is the main character of the poem? c. Copy the following chart and complete for the three types of poem read today. d. What is the beginning, middle, and end of the poem? e. Read the free verse poem.