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Engaging Junior Secondary Students With Poetry+To warm upBlue skySky aboveAbove my headHead over heels

Heads up+Engaging Junior Secondary Students With PoetryStrategies to support students:See relevance of poetryUnderstand the connection between words and rhythmFocus on quality writingDevelop use of detail in writingUse similes and metaphorsRespond to poetry+Engage: What is poetry?What does poetry look like?What does poetry sound like?

+Engage: What is poetry?Sort these poems into poems and non poemsSort these poems intro three different groups+Engage: How is poetry relevant?Write down 10 lyrics (lines) from at least three different songs.Why do you remember these lyrics best?+Airplanes

+Robot Airplanes

+Engage: We use poetry at important times in our livesLoveDeathWeddingsFeelings+10 Things I Hate About You

+Invictus

+Stop All The Clocks

+Engage: Poetry Slam

+Explore: Splatt Poetry

+Explore: Put Together The Poemmidnight forest:Something is alivepage where my fingersBeside the clocks lonelinessI imagine else the moments And this blank move.

+The Thought Fox Ted HughesI imagine the midnight moments forest:Something else is aliveBeside the clocks lonelinessAnd this blank page where my fingers move.+Explore: Stupid Love PoemYou must write a 4-6 line rhyming love poem that uses at least 4 of the following words:MoonSunStarLoveForeverBeautifulRose+Explore: Riddle Poetry

+Explore: Riddle PoetryWhat am I?+Explain: Poetic TechniquesSimilesMetaphorsAlliterationOnomatopoeiaRhyme SchemeSyllablesLine Break+Explain: Similes/MetaphorsI am a carZooming, racingDriving farTwisting, chasing+Explain: Onomatopoeia

+Explain: OnomatopoeiaWhat are all the sounds you hear at the canteen at lunchtime?+Elaborate: Metaphor PoetryDescription:Action:Simile:Reminds me of:Makes me want to:+Elaborate: Found & Borrowed Word PoemsUse the cut up words from the newspaper to create a poemThe poem must have at least 6 linesEach line can have no more than 8 syllables

+Elaborate: Mash Up Poetry

+Elaborate: Mash Up Poetry

+Elaborate: Mash Up PoetryReplace at least 10 words from the poemUse at least 3 of the belowThe poem must make sense:Vampire, werewolf, zombie, darkness, stake, fangsBite, hunt, fly, growl, howl, eat brains, slay+EvaluateFolio of best 3 poemsRecord poems in powerpoint / photostoryWrite childrens bookIdentify and explain examples of poetic techniques in lyrics+

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