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Clap Stomp Tap to the Beat of Words: Do You Haiku?
In this interactive one day class, student will clap, stomp, play an instrument to count syllables to write a Haiku poem about their favorite adventure, memory or their favorite character.
Donna Suh M.Ed
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Students are welcome to bring a picture of themselves or a toy of their favorite character to share. They can even dress up as their favorite character and/or bring a instrument (used to play word parts: harmonica, drum, or piano)! This is a creative writing with word play and a lot of fun. Students will be guided in a small group setting to write their very own Haiku poem using syllables. A syllable is a word part and all words are made up of syllables. Syllables help with speaking,...
Students will be able to clap out syllables in names and poems. Students will write a creative writing poem. Students will listen and participate in discussions. Students will draw a picture (as part of writing process) of their memory or favorite character. Students will apply adjectives, nouns and prepositions in their poem. Students will apply critical thinking skills.
It is always so much fun to see the end result of creative Haiku poems since each student bring their unique personalities and experiences into their writing.
Photograph of a memory to share Blank paper Pencil Eraser Writing paper
Students will participate in discussion. Students will write a Haiku poem. Students will share their poem and art.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Donna Suh M.Ed
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
162 total reviews
144 completed classes
Hi, welcome to my profile page! I am a certified teacher with a Bachelors in Liberal Studies and a Masters in Education. I have been teaching for fifteen years in various roles as a classroom teacher in both general education classrooms and...