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Poetry Mrs.Leary's 5 th Grade Class Poetry Project
Rubric Poetry Book Cover 20 points (colorful/neat) Table of Contents 10 points Illustrations 20 points Spelling/neatness of written work 20 points Completed on time/poems completed 20 points Effort 10 points
Cover/Table of Contents Cover must include “Poetry Project” as your title, your name and a creative colorful design. Table of Contents Numbered, skipping lines Number 1-10
My Favorite Spend a few minutes reading several poems out of your poetry book. Choose a favorite Get with your poetry partner and share your favorite poems. Read to each other. Complete the favorite poem chart.
Bio Poem Using the bio poem format, create your Bio Poem rough draft. Allow your poetry partner to make corrections/offer suggestions. Spelling counts! Log on to the wiki and write your final draft. Print. Include an illustration(crayons/colored pencils)
Limerick Poems Write one limerick poem that is a name limerick Be sure to use the AABBA pattern Must have five lines. Must be humorous Lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme Lines 3, 4 rhyme Illustrate your poem(color pencils/crayons) Write one limerick poem that is about a family member. Illustrate
Acrostic Poems Your first acrostic poem will be about a polygon of your choice. Brainstorm all of the polygons you know. Choose one and brainstorm at least 8 words that describe this polygon. Write your rough draft Get a teacher to check it Log on to http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/int eractives/acrostic/ http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/int eractives/acrostic/ Create/print your poem/illustrate
Shape Poem Choose a topic or thing. Brainstorm a list of words that describes how your topic looks, feels or acts. Write your poem on paper. You must have at least 5 lines. Read it to a friend. Get a teacher to check your spelling. Now re write your poem in the shape of the object that you have chosen.
Alliteration Poem Brainstorm a list of things found in nature. Choose one topic to write about. Next, make a list of words that describe your topic. How many words begin with the same letter? Write your rough draft. (at least 6 lines) You must have at least 4 examples of alliteration in your poem. Illustrate
Cinquain Poem A cinquain poem follows a special kind of pattern. Line 1: One word—the subject of the poem/noun Line 2: Two words describing the title/adjectives Line 3 Three words expressing action/telling what the noun in line one does. Separate with commas. Line 4: Four words that express feeling Line 5: One word that is ANOTHER word for the subject/title. Write about your mother, a teacher or grandmother. Read to a friend/edit / Illustrate