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LO: To learn what a kenning is and write examples of our own. Poem writing, Brain hurting, Thought provoking
A kenning is a way of describing something using clues rather than just saying what it is. Each line is two words long. Bible reader Prayer Giver God Follower Heat giver Light maker Tan provider
The word kenning comes from the Viking phrase kenna eitt við. That means "to express a thing in terms of another"
It is not as hard as it seems. First think of something you want to be the subject of your Kenning. Such as….em….
Think about what the subject does…. Gives tickets Takes money Steers the bus Follows a route Drives carefully Watches the road
Compose your poem…. Ticket giver Money taker Wheel turner Route follower Careful Driver Road watcher
Paw licker Day dreamer Milk drinker Ball chaser Dog hater Mouse chaser Stroke lover
Ball chaser Crowd pleaser Fast runner Sneaky diver Corner taker Goal scorer Mate hugger
Nappy changer Dinner maker Face kisser Big hugger Mistake forgiver Money giver Taxi driver
Challenge setter Whistle blower Coffee drinker Board writer Book ticker Big yawner Children helper
Now look at these that my class wrote… Hard workers Book lovers Sticker winners House-point getters Homework haters By Cory Year 3 STUDENT
Great jumper Water drinker Straw eater Strong walker Race runner By Hollie Year 4
Great scorer Nice passer Good shooter Tattoo wearer Enthusiastic kicker By Melvin Year 3
Animal worrier Night mover Meat eater Paw licker Prey hunter Woods dweller Moon howler By Ryan Year 4
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
All about kennings (from the Vikings to the present day) By the end of the lesson we will be able to: 1. Define what a kenning is 2.Say something about.
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