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Title: Poetry: It s More Than Just Roses Are Red Poetry Webquest


1
Poetry Its More Than Just Roses Are Red
  • Poetry Webquest
  • By Dawn Briscoe
  • Third Grade Teacher
  • Spring Ridge Elementary
  • Frederick, Maryland
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

2
Introduction
  • Poems have been around for a long time. They
    are a way for people to tell history, express
    their feelings and to entertain.
  • Poems are all around us. They are in our
    nursery rhymes and jump rope songs. Even your
    favorite songs are just poems put to music.
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

3
Task
  • During this webquest you will
  • learn about several different styles of poetry
    (cinquain, couplets, haiku, limerick, as well as
    many others).
  • Learn about the different techniques that poets
    use when writing their poetry (alliteration,
    onomatopoeia, rhythm and rhyme)
  • plan and create a Hyperstudio or PowerPoint
    presentation that showcases your collection of
    poems.

Introduction Task Process Resources
Evaluation Conclusion
4
ProcessSteps 1-2
  • 1. Research background information about how to
    get started writing poetry.
  • www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/top
  • 2. Read about the different techniques that
    poets use when writing www.gigglepoetry.com/poetry
    class/soundhelp.html
  • www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/howt
    o.htmalit
  • poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/index2.htm
    (rhyme)
  • www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.u
    k/index2.htm (rhythm)
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

5
Process Step 3
  • 3. Visit sites which feature 5 different styles
    of poetry
  • Cinquains
  • (www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/howto.htmcin
  • Couplets
  • (www.sherwood.k12.or.us/archer/teacher/
  • bahns/couplets.html)
  • Haiku
  • (www.tecnet.or.jp/haiku/gardEA2.htm)
    www.gigglepoetry.com/poetryclass/haiku.html
  • Limmerick
  • (www.members.aol.com/pwalter530/limericks.html)
  • Free Choice - Find any poem style of your own on
    previous sites.
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

6
ProcessSteps 4-7
  • 4. Use organizers to to help you begin to plan
    to write your own original poems.
  • 5. You will write your own original poems.
  • 6. You will create either a stack of HyperStudio
    cards or a PowerPoint Slide Show that features
    your poems. You will get to showcase your poems
    at our Poetry Tea in a few weeks.
  • 7. If you are interested, you can enter your
    poems in several online poetry contests. Who
    knows, maybe one of your poems will win!!
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

7
Evaluation
  • Your completed poems will be evaluated for the
    following elements
  • elements of the poem style
  • use of style technique
  • creativity
  • language usage
  • Click on the picture below to see the rubric that
    will be used to evaluate your poems.
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

Rubric
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Conclusion
  • Congratulations! You are now a poet. Your poems
    will be featured in our Poetry Tea in a few
    weeks. Some of you may even become real live
    published poets.
  • There are some great websites in which you can
    enter your poems in poetry contests. If you
    would like to have your poems entered into a
    contest, please click on the picture of this
    rose.
  • Introduction Task Process Resources
    Evaluation Conclusion

10
Student Resources
  • Internet Resources
  • (www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/howto.htmcin
  • (www.sherwood.k12.or.us/archer/teacher/bahns/coupl
    ets.html)
  • (www.tecnet.or.jp/haiku/gardEA2.htm)
    www.gigglepoetry.com/poetryclass/haiku.html
  • (www.members.aol.com/pwalter530/limericks.html)
  • Print Resources
  • How to Write a Haiku
  • Haiku organizer
  • How to Write a Couplet
  • Couplet organizer
  • How to Write a Limerick
  • Limerick organizer
  • How to Write a Cinquain
  • Cinquain organizer

11
Teacher Resources
  • Internet Resources
  • www.poetryzone.ndirect.co.uk/howto.htmtop
  • www.gigglepoetry.com
  • Print Resources
  • Teeth ,Wiggly As Earthquakes Writing Poetry in
    the Primary Grades Judith Tannenbaum
  • Writing Poetry with Children Evan-Moor Publisher
  • How to Write Poetry Kathleen Christopher Null

12
Credits
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