Ppt on teachers day poems

A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a home sickness, a love sickness. It is a reaching out toward expression; an effort to find fulfillment.

added fuel to the fire. After the argument, Dave was smoldering for days. No man is an island. Her face was pale as the moon. The pen is mightier than the sword. The teacher descended upon the exams, sank his talons into their pages, ripped / that are sometimes very direct, sometimes very indirect. A poet always picks and chooses words that are just right. Most finished poems are very deliberate products, not something casually tossed off half drunk at 3a.m., but something lovingly studied and toiled over. /


Teachers and Other Pests A Poetry Anthology for BIH Grade 7 Students Get Out of Bed! by Diane Z. Shore.

him sneezing Stanza 4: The kids staring at him and teachers ‘pointing’, blaming him. Stanza 6: Him pretending to have a headache. The Key Devices Tone The mood or atmosphere created by the poem. The mood of this poem is humorous or funny because we don’t expect the Principal/to be sick in an attempt to persuade his mother to let him have the day off school. It would appear that he is being bullied at school by both students and teachers but the poem has a funny ‘twist’ at the end as we learn that the son is/


Understanding Poetry By Mrs. Paula McMullen Library Teacher Norwood Public Schools.

Teacher Norwood Public Schools 2 In poetry the sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelings, thoughts, and ideas. The poet chooses words carefully. Poetry is usually written in lines. 3 Poetry Elements Rhythm Sound Imagery Form Writers use many elements to create their poems/ glad in every toe – Such a summer morning-O! Such a summer morning! Barefoot Days by Rachel Field The mood in this poem is happy. What clues in the poem can you use to determine the mood? 66 Mood - Mad Song I shut my door/


Understanding Poetry By Mrs. Paula McMullen Library Teacher Norwood Public Schools.

Teacher Norwood Public Schools 2 In poetry the sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelings, thoughts, and ideas. The poet chooses words carefully. Poetry is usually written in lines. 3 Poetry Elements Rhythm Sound Imagery Form Writers use many elements to create their poems/ glad in every toe – Such a summer morning-O! Such a summer morning! Barefoot Days by Rachel Field The mood in this poem is happy. What clues in the poem can you use to determine the mood? 66 Mood - Mad Song I shut my door/


Week 15- DEC 18 English Semana 15 – DEC 18 Inglés SOME CHANGES WILL BE MADE DURING THIS TIME WATCH FOR UPDATES -- DATE WILL BE CURRENT ON CHANGES Poem.

TIME WATCH FOR UPDATES -- DATE WILL BE CURRENT ON CHANGES Poem Assignment: asignación de poema: Scaffold Lessons Self- EditUno mismo – edición, Peer- Edit par – edición, Teacher Edit maestro edición Microsoft® Translator TEKS AND FOCUS Return / Return to Driver Reader’s Corner 10 minutes a day Independent – alone time to work skills. Reading Skills are developed through Independent Reading. Questions to answer after the reading. Reading journal Teacher conference. 10 minutos al día Independiente – tiempo/


Form: The way a poem looks on paper Line: A verse of Poetry Stanza: Lines of a poem arranged in a group.

from the point of view of one of your role models i.e., parent, sibling, celebrity, teacher, coach, etc. We will share poems and discuss the speaker of your poem and what we can tell about him or her. Mood Definition: The overall feeling or emotion created /S. Elliot The winter evening settles down With the smell of steaks in passageways. Six oclock. The burnt-out ends of smoky days. And now a gusty shower wraps The grimy scraps Of withered leaves about your feet And newspapers from vacant lots; The showers /


Our college. You know that every work must be done well and a little poem confirm it: You know that every work must be done well and a little poem confirm.

day we attend lectures and have practice. We have a lunch break at 12.15 o’clock. Our college trains specialists in many branches of knowledge. The aim of our education is primarily to prepare the students for a job. Our teachers There are 28 teachers in our college. How do we imagine the common portrait of our teachers? Let’s see. A good teacher/capable, hard- working at our college. Conclusion: Let’s remember our small poem: Let’s remember our small poem: If a task is ones begun, If a task is ones begun, /


Understanding Poetry By Mrs. Paula McMullen Library Teacher Norwood Public Schools.

Teacher Norwood Public Schools 2 In poetry the sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelings, thoughts, and ideas. The poet chooses words carefully. Poetry is usually written in lines. 3 Poetry Elements Rhythm Sound Imagery Form Writers use many elements to create their poems/ glad in every toe – Such a summer morning-O! Such a summer morning! Barefoot Days by Rachel Field The mood in this poem is happy. What clues in the poem can you use to determine the mood? 66 Mood - Mad Song I shut my door/


1 Teacher Directions Quarter 2 Pre-Assessment 2014-2015Grade Quarter 2 Pre-Assessment – Literary & Informational 2014-2015 Reading 12 Selected-Response.

take 2 days to complete performance tasks. Part 1 Part 2 Classroom Activity if Desired/Needed Read two paired passages. Take notes while reading (note-taking). Answer SR and CR research questions about sources Components of Part 1 Note-Taking: A teacher’s note-/ Apn Toward RL.35 Use the unique text features of chapters, scenes and stanzas to locate specific information about a story, drama or poem (which stanza refers to....). Rev. Control: 10/25/2014 HSD – OSP and Susan Richmond 24 3.Why did the King say /


Poetry Explanations and Examples. A poem of address is a poem that is written to somebody or to something. Although the reader will learn about the object.

with no self-esteem, he listened as I sobbed, “why?”. Devastated at seeing my teachers cry, he brought me comfort when the world lost the Challenger crew. But then, / to warn me that what makes us individual is in danger of being taken away every day by the very people we put in power. Conspiracies, murders, ESP, anti-heroes, advice,/ become a man. Daring. Curious. Chivalrous. Kind. Limitless potential. Concrete or Shape Poems Poetry in which the meaning or effect is conveyed partly or wholly by visual means,/


Poetry Lesson #1 The Basics. Instead of sentences poems have LINES. RHYTHM sometimes called METER is the beat created by the sounds of the words when.

5- 7 syllables Example Majestic ocean, Waves pummeling the shoreline, Leaving behind shells, Treasures for little children, Memories of a great day! Diamante A seven lined, diamond shaped poem. ◦Line 1- a one word topic ◦Line 2- two adjectives describing the topic ◦Line 3- three –ing words about / a tale using his imagination I wonder if he wrote even when he was on vacation? Our gym teacher Mr. Jones Really makes us move our muscles and bones We run, jump and stretch with great flair, However, HE never gets/


1. Do you remember any little poems you used in games in the playground when you were a child? Do you remember any songs your parents or first teachers.

Epic) 2戏剧诗 ( Dramatic poems) 这四种为叙事诗 3故事诗 ( Metrical Tale) 4民谣 (Ballad) 5抒情诗 (lyric) 6说理诗 (Didactic poems) 7模仿诗 (Parody) 8打油诗 (Clerihews) 下面举一打油诗的例子: (Narrative poems) Let’s look at an example of Clerihews. Let’s say your art teacher was named Mr Shaw, /整个村庄充满着 欢乐的儿童。 作者 Issa Back Where she awaits her husband, On and on the river flows Never looking back, Transformed into stone. Day by day upon the mountain top, wind and rain revolve. Should the journey return, this stone would utter speech. (by Wang Jian)/


BIOGRAPHY Poems.

year in a particular grade. Think of short phrases describing special aspects that you enjoyed. Write a “phrase” poem about your experiences. Great teacher, Shaving cream on desks Geoboards and designs Sharing every morning Spelling tests Big hugs Doing jobs Laughing again and again/I remember walking and baking in the hot sun Even though now it’s still February and gloomy I remember savoring that summer day But my favorite memories are yet to come. L1: I remember L2: I remember L3: I remember L4:And L5: /


Web design by Jordan Wold Biography Works Listed Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography.

graduating, he stayed to be a mathematics teacher and still wrote poems and books. Carroll died on January 14th, 1898 in Guildford, Surrey, England (Gale). H Biography Works Listed Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography L EWIS C ARROLL C ONT. / world only for me Ominous clouds are long gone You can’t take my days now. H Biography Works Listed Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography B IBLIOGRAPHY http://go.galegroup.com/ps/retrieve.do?sgHitCountType=None&sort=RELEVANCE&i/


Sixth Grade Poetry Unit

Swimming Pools By Katie Myer give cool refreshment to hot bodies on scorching, summer days. Haiku A single thought expressed in three non-rhyming lines. The first line has/ Five flying flocks of fleas fled from the five flapping flags. Narrative (Walking Poem) A poem that tells a story. Has literary elements: Setting Characters Conflict Resolution What The Doctor/ watched in awe… While it blew up, and they were full of fear. The teacher and six astronauts In a moment… They were gone. But they are up in space/


Unpack your book bag. Place your school supplies where your teacher tells you to. Choose a morning work activity from the tic-tac-toe board below. Design.

the day. Unpack your book bag. Turn in your completed and signed forms to the location specified by your teacher. Give your teacher your agenda money. Choose a morning work activity from the tic-tac-toe board below. Design a first week of school morning work folder or mini book to hold this week’s morning work assignments. Write or copy a poem using/


POETRY. Yang-Wan-Li “A man doesn’t go in search of a poem— the poem must come to him.”

her pants.Why do you suppose It’s tickling her nose? There’s a bug on the teacher, And it’s crawling on her shirt, I hope it won’t hurt, That bug on/ Super Samson Simpson, Im superlatively strong, I like to carry elephants, I do it all day long, I pick up half a dozen and hoist them in the air, its really somewhat/ diseases. Do you, my poppet, feel infirm? You probably contain a germ. Types of Poems Lyric Lyric Narrative Narrative Cinquain Cinquain Haiku Haiku Acrostic Acrostic lyric short & written in 1 st/


Student Learning Objectives

are often very short Mode of delivery is long (180 days) “Grain Size” is written to address one component of the entire course Grade 8 Visual Art Secondary Level Individual teacher-developed authentic project-based tasks and assessments Descriptive statements are often/5 in Gold,” as is the connection between the DeMuth artwork and William Carlos Williams’ poem “The Figure Five.” Students then write a minimalist poem about an everyday object, after which they create an artwork in the DeMuth style that /


Everyone is a poet 40 Days of Poetry. “A poem is one of those places where you can write about things that you know and feel are true without worrying.

mean I can’t have fun I don’t always know everything Things are hard for me too Just because I’m a teacher…learn from me 1st Stanza I am (two special characteristics you have) I wonder (something you are actually curious about) I /for) I am (the first line of the poem is repeated) Day 8: I Am Poem An acrostic poem uses each letter of its subject to begin each line of the poem. Acrostic poems are about people, places, things, or ideas. Each line tells something about the poem’s subject. F easts of color on L/


To Think About “An effective teacher enhances student learning more than any other aspect of schooling that can be controlled.” – James Strong, Qualities.

agreement on the two most important ideas. Join another pair—share and then decide on the most important point of the day. Take 2 minutes to write about everything you know and understand about this point. If we teach only for facts,/know? Assessment Task Rotation Ranking Pyramid Odd One Out Cinquain Poem What about tools we have already used? Task Rotation What is it? – A differentiated teaching and learning strategy that helps teachers meet this challenge by giving students the opportunity to process /


Teacher Assistants. Foundations North Carolina Early Learning Standards –Widely Held Expectations Approaches to Learning Emotional and Social Physical.

The Big Book of Poetry A Sing-Along Songs and Poems CD Additional Teaching Materials Evaluating Language and Literacy in Four- Year- Olds: A Practical Guide for Teachers Math Activity Aids Preschool – 4 Developmental Guidelines: The Work/, manipulatives Provides hands-on experiences and focused instruction. Each group participates in only ONE Small Group activity per day, for whole 25 minutes Successful Small Groups Be Prepared! Monitoring independent small group Expectations of children’s behavior /


PREPARATION FOR:. READING Why Read?  Reading helps you to not only gain knowledge, but is entertaining as well.  Read every day!  Ex: novels, magazines,

on one line of the poem  STANZA - a group of lines arranged together A word is dead When it is said, Some say. I say it just Begins to live That day KINDS OF STANZAS Couplet=a two/ content  Description Presenting  Publishing your work  Final paper  Presentation Grammar “Stuff” Kinds of Sentences  Declarative: “regular” sentence:  I have great teachers at BSMS.  Interrogative: asks a question  What are you doing?  Exclamatory: shows excitement  That was awesome!  Imperative: gives a command  /


1 Teacher Directions Quarter 1 Pre-Assessment Grade Reading 12 Selected-Response Items 4 Constructed ResponseWriting 1 Write to Revise a Text 1 Brief Write.

of the atmosphere? Use details and examples from the text to support your answer. Teacher Language and Scoring Notes: Sufficient Evidence should connect specific situations affected by the atmosphere changes/ when we wear less clothing. It is also wise to wear sunglasses on bright days to guard against damage to our eyes. Some scientists call the space beyond the /details to explain a character’s response to challenges or how a speaker in a poem reflects on a topic RL.5.2 210 8 I can connect ideas about 2/


Rev. Control: 11/10/2014 HSD – OSP and Susan Richmond 1 Teacher Directions Quarter 2 Pre-Assessment Grade 2014-2015 Reading 12 Selected-Response Items.

2 days to complete performance tasks. Part 1 Part 2 Classroom Activity if Desired/Needed Read two paired passages. Take notes while reading (note-taking). Answer SR and CR research questions about sources Components of Part 1 Note-Taking: A teacher’s / “perceive” accurately in speaking about an experience. Identifies literary elements as presented in reading, hearing or viewing a story, drama or poem. Students can explain what they “see” and what they “hear” when reading a text. Do they see and hear the same/


Student identity and the writing workshop process This presentation will assist teachers in finding ways for students to stake their identities through.

classroom- invite staff members and other notable District or city officials to come and read their favorite poems. *Find a singer/songwriter who will visit your school- we use our 9 th grade science teacher who writes his own music and plays for our kids all day. Your goal here is to have your students experience as much poetry in as many different/


Bell Ringer. English The Language of Poetry English I Unit: 02A Lesson: 01 Day 02 of 12 Lesson Preparation Daily Lesson 2 READING TEKS: E1.Fig19B; E1.2C;

: E1.Fig19B; E1.2C; E1.3A; E1.7A; E1.26A The Language of Poetry English I Unit: 02A Lesson: 01 Day 02 of 12 Lesson Preparation Daily Lesson 2 READING TEKS: E1.Fig19B; E1.2C; E1.3A; E1.7A; E1.26A Key Concepts/specificity. 3. Select three poems from the prepared unit collection. Prepare to model identifying and analyzing the use of diction and imagery. Choose pieces that contain at least 2–3 examples. Prepare historical/cultural background information as needed. 4. Refer to: Teacher Resource: English I Unit 2A/


Assessment for Differentiation: Day Two Using Differentiated Instruction to Increase Student Achievement January 6, 2009 West Georgia RESA.

poems. They define key terms (identified by the teacher), answer multiple- choice questions about the poems’ stylistic elements and answer multiple-choice questions about the meaning of the poems. Task Two Students are assigned a Dickinson poem. They define key terms (identified by the teacher),/ grow more quickly. –Seeing the preview to a movie or TV show Acceleration When is it used… –2-3 days (no more than a week) prior to teaching a new concept –Prior to the application of new knowledge –When they/


Rev. Control: 07/01/2015 HSD – OSP and Susan Richmond Teacher Directions Quarter 2 Pre-Assessment Grade Reading 12 Selected Response Items 1 Constructed.

Jami Rider Free Orchard Megan Harding Orenco Kelly Rooke Free Orchards Renae Iversen Teacher Mentor Angela Walsh Witch Hazel Ginger Jay Witch Hazel Performance Task Classroom Activities for/. Identifies literary elements as presented in reading, hearing or viewing a story, drama or poem. Students can explain what they “see” and what they “hear” when reading a text/ include evidence in some way stating that the statement means Darrell’s day becomes more difficult because of the choices he made (which is the/


Unit 4 A Garden Of Poems What English poems, songs or rhymes have you read? Can you recite any?

better, /And /better, /best! Poetry poems songs rhymes limericks A rhyme /Pick an /apple, /pick a /pear, /Pick a /banana /over /there. /Let’s /work, and /let’s /play, /Picking /apples /every /day! 走进一间房, 四面都是墙, 抬头见老鼠, 低头见蟑螂! 门前一只狗, 在啃肉骨头, 又来一只狗, 双双打破头! A teacher from Singapore. Taught at middle school No 4/ _________About __________ Number of lines Rhyming What’s a limerick? a fat lady a mad teacher 55 AABBA A humorous 5-line poem about people’s daily life, with the rhyming of AABBA. A large lady from Corfu/


F/H Death of a Naturalist by Seamus Heaney. F/H The poem Themes/ideas Nature Growing up Military imagery First person monologue Key Terms: Onomatopoeia.

was Frogspawn. You could tell the weather by frogs too For they were yellow in the sun and brown In rain. Then one hot day when fields were rank With cowdung in the grass the angry frogs Invaded the flax-dam; I ducked through hedges To a coarse croaking /this word to friends, but would not repeat it at home or write it in school work. How does it work in the poem? Is it a good idea for teachers of the young to explain how animals live by describing them in human terms, like “mammy” (mum or mummy) and “daddy/


Poem 1. Learning Intention: We are learning about the religious CONTEXT of the poem So that I can Understand some of the religious references in the poem.

of the poet or your teacher will read ‘Assisi’ out loud to the class. Close your eyes and listen carefully. What were your first impressions of the poem? How do you feel now? We will now read the poem as a class. As you/ of illness and infection. Imagery4 4,5,6 ‘higher than his head’Shocking image. Used to reflect sheer hardships of his day to day life Word choice Enjambment 6Physical reminder of his difference Instead of another horrific description the emphasis falls on “Grazie”, Italian for “thank/


What’s Coming Up? Tour of the Disciplines (9 days; 3 disciplines) Special Topics (4 days, 4 topics) Magazine Prep and Major Project Research (3 days) Intensive.

piece)  What will students think of this assignment? (the burned-out teacher; the evil teacher; the heroic teacher) What will be some triggers, hooks, complicating actions, mounting tension?  /days) Intensive Writing (work on Major Projects and other pieces) (7 days) Completion of Magazines, Major Projects, Portfolios (6 days) Closing Ceremony! Just reminding you about the coming days… Today, June 9 th A little more on fiction Begin poetry. Discuss some poets. Minor Poetry Exercise. Work on own poems/


Enquiry questions by Heritage Schools Teachers

– 2000AD It can be used as an interactive classroom resource and adapted by teachers and pupils to include their local heritage and events. Here is a demonstration of/. [© English Heritage Photo Library/Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team] Is this poem reliable evidence? (AD 617) King Edwin Converted By AD 604 the Anglo-Saxons had/and prescriptions were charged for, but the right to free health care remains valued to this day. Doctor taking X-Ray of a female patients head, c.1950s. [© Science Museum//


Intro and directions. SECTION 1 (10 points): Biographical “I Am From” Poem  Begin each stanza with the words “I am From.” This establishes the pattern.

Pokémon. From chocolate-chip cookies at Grandma’s house. I am from July days in the pool And running through the sprinklers. From my imaginary friends and The games we used to play like Doctor and patient and teacher and student. SECTION 2 (10 points): Black-Out Poem Choose an article that looks interesting to you, either the topic is interesting or/


Sara Sánchez Hope College

pupils’ personal experiences in relation to poems Support the feeling that the emotional experience of poetry is real Taken from “The Poetry Teacher: Behavior and Attitudes” by Molly Travers/Day 1: Review of literary devices; choose poem and getting acquainted with it Day 2: Watching performances or hearing readings Day 3: Memorization Poem By Heart Verse by Verse Old school Line by line Day 4: Research on Authors Day 5: Writing Day about experience—how it sheds light on your interpretation of the poem Days/


CRCT Question of the Day

gathering of VIP Video Renters. Using your knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, and word roots, answer the question. Our biology teacher said not to concern ourselves with one small area of the world, but to think about the entire macrocosm. What does/have a big argument every morning over what they should do with their day. a complex sentence. a simple sentence. a compound sentence. an interrogative sentence What object from the poem best symbolizes sadness? Perhaps inside the dark corners of the shades hardly/


Unit 4 John Donne (1572-1631) Teacher : Michael Pang 庞开富 From ※ Suixi TVU.

Unit 4 John Donne (1572-1631) Teacher : Michael Pang 庞开富 From ※ Suixi TVU John Donne the leading figure of the metaphysical school John Donne was born to a prosperous London in 1572. His father died/ in the line is surely a reference to other love poets and their impossible promises to women, to love them forever and a day etc etc. Stanza 2 Analysis cont. In this part of the poem it seems as if he is challenging the reader to find evidence contrary to his opinion, asserting that it simply does not exist:/


Improving Confidence And Motivating Children To Write By: Pam Aubuchon Kindergarten Teacher Clyde Campbell Elementary School.

then choose which description they wanted to use in their poem and they copied it onto their paper. I worked with students each day during center time for a week. The children enjoyed writing their acrostic poem about spring and really tried their hardest with this lesson./t know. It is fun. Reasons why students selected the topic - What do you like about school? : School is fun. My teachers and friends are nice. I like it when we learn. Other people will know how important school is. It is fun to write /


Heather Bailey, Kindergarten Teacher, Chesapeake Public Schools Cathy Collier, Kindergarten Teacher, Chesapeake Public Schools Virginia State Reading Association.

(magnets) open ended (dramatic play) open ended (pattern blocks) Flex Day is for make-up and extra, optional, and/or special centers. Selecting: Center Weekly Options Use checklists for teacher and student use Share and display examples of student work At center, /, this can be a cloze activity for word wall words. Poetry Center: Read, Mix, Fix poems from shared reading lessons. Put poems in correct order. Illustrate. Read. Pocket Chart Center: Students write words found in the room on class writings,/


Beowulf For teachers The link below takes you to a BBC page, where you click on Launch the Timeline. The first image contains the Anglo Saxon info and.

hero) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grendel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grendel%27s_mother Film, internet and TV resources for teachers Watch ‘Beowulf’ Watch Michael Woods documentary teaching resources (beginners) teaching resources audio clip more web resources - ideas more /Kennings were used both for variety and to engage listeners in a mental challenge. Remember poems like this were meant to be HEARD not READ in those days. The language of Beowulf Beowulf is much admired for the richness of its poetry -/


东圃中学初一级集备组 Unit 5 Poems about life more practice.

way. She love talking with her class in a friendly way, Her lessons seemed like play! If you are puzzled by my words, I can explain, Miss Li. The teachers and students were not real, They ’ re little dolls, you see. ___ __ ___ __ 1. 对 …… 满意 2. 谈论 3. 对 …… 大叫 4. 看起来像/smile to the other people. B.People in the city are so busy that they have no time to smile. C.Every day needs two smiles. √ Li Jie: I like the poem “ The Old Newspaper Seller ”. It gives good advice to people. Chen Yu: What ’ s it about? Li Jie: /


Where Teachers Come to Learn American Montessori Society Fall Conference Irvine, California October 12 – 14, 2007.

Freed When Ducks Get up in the Morning by Nancy Stewart www.nancymusic.comwww.nancymusic.com Thank-you, Lord, for this fine day Where Teachers Come to Learn Thanks Thank-you, Maria Montessori awaken my senses to the world around me awaken my senses to the children/Language Functions – using language in various contexts to do things (Cazden & Hymes, 1972) Where Teachers Come to Learn Keep a Poem in Your Pocket Where Teachers Come to Learn Keep a Poem in Your Pocket ti ti Ta ti ti ti ti ti ti Ta ti ti ta Where/


Bell Ringer Take one poem and one newspaper home..

her attitude toward my suggestion. 2. Use single marks to enclose a quotation within a quotation. The parent explained to the teacher, My child told me, Mother I don’t have any homework tonight. 3. Place closing quotation marks outside a period / Some students believe that all poetry must rhyme. In fact, many poems do not rhyme and are still considered to be good poems.  This Instructional Routine may take more than one day to complete. Content Objective: Students use strategies to determine word meanings /


TEACHER DIRECTIONS FOR ADMINSTERING SURVEYS i. Survey Assessments -Lead students through assessments, beginning with “How I Use My Time Survey” -Some.

at the University of Hawai‘i would like you to be in our study. We are asking students about their interests, how they live day to day, and how they think about their future. Your opinions are important to us, so we would like you to be honest when filling out /Not at all important Please go on to the next page 8 9 Brain Break With the cards your teacher gives to you, read the cards in an order that makes sense to create the poem, “I Can’t Said the Ant” by Polly Cameron. I Cant Said The Ant by Polly Cameron/


Poetry Project Each student will compose no less than 13 different poems. Each type of poem will be due on the following day. The poems will be graded.

made to fall in love why it feels good to feel the sun on your face why God put us here why I have the best English teacher EVER! Line #1. I am #2. Three nouns about which you have strong feelings. Begin each with a capital letter. #3. A/here, It brings me joy and brings me cheer. It brightens up a cloudy day, And warms my heart in that special way. Assignment: 1. Write a poem using couplets. Poem Must be 8 lines. 2. Write 2 cinquain poems. Can be over any subject you choose. Sometimes it is hard to put your/


What got me started was that I had the time to write. Writing a poem was an act of self realisation There was the excitement of writing Writing wasn’t.

, watching my niece learn to read, my experience of Japan, travel. The topics of other poems have been more urgent and worldly. For example, racism and prejudice. How did I start /friend and saviour to Dale. A boy with autism. His Mum is a shrewd and unrelenting teacher to her son. I remember Cara at school, Cara who carries a large, brown soft /a pond Cragged rocks Bearded with moss Sparrow song Dancing on stones A summer’s day A tall stem Bares its glory A crown blooms purple Green shoots below Whakapapa /


Class Scop - Class of 2013. Class Scop – Voted as Class Favorite Poem #1 Class of 2015 … who will it be? Read the poems below… *Class nominations * Teacher.

? Read the poems below… *Class nominations * Teacher recommendations Then, chose your favorite and vote for it. Only 1 vote, you cannot chose the exhibition Tribute Poem. Junior Class Scop Tied 3 rd Place - Class of 2015 Nominees Autumn – Bailey Carl Leaves crumble and crunch beneath my feet, The crisp, cool air losing all its heat. Mittens and muffs will save your day, While t/


Types of Poetry. Five Senses Poem Five Sense Poem Template (choose an emotion or concept) is...(add color words and a comparison) It smells like... It.

Then there are several short statements that tell the author’s feelings about the main idea. List Poem What Bugs Me When my teacher tells me to write a poem tonight. When my mother tells me to clean up my room. When my sister practices her / loves first kiss. Pink is the sound of giggling and the smacking of bubblegum. Pink is Valentines Day. Pink is dreamland, salons, and your best friends house. Pink is love! Poem #5 Day Bright, sunny, Laughing, playing, doing, Up in the east, down in the west— Talking, /


Habitat Web Quest 4 th Grade Project. Introduction You are a famous Utah Naturalist, well known for your expertise in caring for rare animals. One day.

Completed on Time Project not complete Project completed 2 days late Project completed 1 day late Project completed on or before due date Conclusion Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Teacher Home Extra Activities Congratulations, you have done a great/ physical, and behavior characteristics of animals. Students can write a cinquain poem. The poem will describe the animal in detail. Students can write an acrostic poem. Start by writing the animal’s name vertically along the left edge/


Which poem? Why?. The Poetry Exam Friday 27 th May 2016 25% of your LIT qualification Section A = Unseen - 20 marks – 45 minutes Section B = 1 comparison.

run its fingers through his hair. It was twelve noon. The outlook for the day was moderate to fair. Stitch that, I remember thinking, you can walk from there. For each poem you need to know 5 things: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. /to the title Repetition of the letter E – what does it symbolise? Italics Forgotten, busy Quatrains – link to teacher? Brackets – shows what? Grammatical error – Teacher? Rhyme scheme ABAB Iambic pentameter Cousin Kate I was a cottage maiden Hardened by sun and air Contented with my cottage/


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