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Title: Five Senses Poetry


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Five Senses Poetry
  • Megan Stone Nora Williams
  • ECED 4300 B
  • Dr. Tonja Root
  • Spring 2010
  • 4th Grade

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Nora Williams
  • Prewriting
  • ELA4W4 The student consistently uses a writing
    process to develop, revise,
  • and evaluate writing. The student

3
Nora Williams
  • a. Plans and drafts independently and
    resourcefully.
  • b. Revises selected drafts to improve coherence
    and progression by adding, deleting,

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Nora Williams
  • consolidating, and rearranging text.
  • c. Edits to correct errors in spelling,
    punctuation, etc.

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Essential Question
  • What is five senses poetry?
  • Sight
  • Taste
  • Smell
  • Touch
  • Hearing

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How to write a five sense poem.
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Can we think of good descriptive words?
  • Sight What can you see?
  • Taste-What can you taste?
  • Smell-What can you smell?
  • Touch-What can you touch or feel?
  • Hearing-What can you hear?

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Citation
  • Five senses poetry. (n.d.). Retrieved from
    http//academics.uww.edu/cni/webquest/Fall02/Poetr
    y20Webquest/fivesensespoetry.html

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Example of a Five Sense Poem
  • Satisfaction Peace is a rainbow of color. It
    smells like a rose, and it tastes like
    sugar. Peace sounds like a bluebird and feels
    like a handshake.

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Citation
  • How do I create a five sense poem? (N.F.
    Williams, early childhood. ed, April 5, 2010)

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How do I create a five sense poem?
  • Title_____________
  • ___________ look like a(n)___________
  • ___________ smell like a(n)___________

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How do I create a five sense poem?
  • ___________ feel like a(n)____________
  • ___________ taste like a(n)____________
  • ___________ sound like a(n)__________

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Assessment in prewriting
  • Look for
  • Participation
  • Completed the graphic organizer
  • Used correct words for with matching senses.
  • Has the basic structure organized

14
Editing 5 Sense Poetry
  • Megan Stone
  • GPSELA4W4 The student consistently uses a
    writing process to develop, revise,
  • and evaluate writing. The student
  • c. Edits to correct errors in spelling,
    punctuation, etc.

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  • PLO
  • Students will create a 5 sense poem.

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5 Sense Poetry
  • Poetry
  • Rely on 5 senses
  • Based on observations
  • All five senses together

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Editing 5 Sense Poetry
  • Errors in writing
  • Grammatical
  • Capitalization
  • Punctuation
  • Structure
  • Organization

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Internet Resource
  • Grant, E. (n.d.). My Five senses. Retrieved 1
    April 2010 from http//www.tooter4kids.com/classro
    om/5_senses_poetry.htm

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Example
Wonderful World by Eva Grant
  • I can see
  • Trees and grass,
  • The sun and sky
  • I can taste
  • Chocolate ice cream,

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  • Apple pie
  • I can hear
  • Music, laughter,
  • Words you said
  • I can smell
  • Perfume, flowers,
  • Baking bread

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  • I can touch
  • Silk and velvet,
  • A baby's skin
  • What a wonderful
  • World I'm in!

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Practice Activity
  • 5 Senses Poem
  • Mistakes included
  • Shared pen technique
  • Whole group
  • Capitalization, punctuation,

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My Birthday
  • My decorations looks like a fantasy
  • my flowers smells like cotton candy
  • My present feel like a box of rock
  • Mine cake tastes like chocolate pudding
  • My friends sound like they are laughing
  • What a wonderful birthday!

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Assessment Activity
  • Edited 5 Senses Poem
  • Structure
  • Capitalization
  • Punctuation
  • Complete sentences
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