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5 Senses Poetry: Using Our Senses to Create Poetry
In this one time lesson, students will learn about 5 senses poetry and be able to create their own poem.
Michaila Brooke Jolly-Carswell
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We are going to learn a new type of poetry that uses our five senses called "Imagery Poetry" or "Five Senses Poetry". We will go over this form of poetry, metaphors and similes, and create some pieces of poetry. We will follow a I do, we do, you do style class. Students will be able to interact as I ask various questions during instruction time. They will also be able to participate as we create and discuss the words we use in our poem that we create as a class. They will have the opportunity...
The students will learn about "Imagery Poetry", otherwise known as "Five Senses Poetry". They will learn about the type of poetry, reading the poetry, and creating a piece of poetry for themselves.Poetry can sometimes seem intimidating or difficult. We are going to break it down and make it easy for them to understand and create.
The students will need to have paper and a pencil to create their poem.
The learner is assessed based off of the level of participation and if they can create their own piece of poetry. If the students have any questions or want more feedback about their poems, they can always message me.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Michaila Brooke Jolly-CarswellReading Enthusiast
13 total reviews
27 completed classes
Hello. I am a reading and literacy teacher. I want to help students with reading by sparking their interests and kindling their passion. In our classes, we will be reading a variety of books and texts, discussing them, learning how to decipher...