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Mini Summer Themed Poetry Camp: Creative Writing & Self Expression (Class A)
Paint Chip Poetry
In this one-time course, students will use their creative writing skills to write descriptive poems using the names of paint colors. The basic structure of poetry will also be reviewed. (creative writing) (poetry) (language arts)
Ms. Vicki; M. Ed
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Raspberry Puree, Island View, Pacific Fog....Do these terms create specific images in your mind? Well, they are designed to do just that! They are the titles of paint colors, developed to elicit an emotional response. What better resource is there to use in a creative writing exercise? In this one-time class, we will briefly review the difference between prose and poetry while pointing out specific poetry structures and features. We will then use paint chip names to spark our imaginations...
Students will review the difference between prose and poetry. They will be asked to identify features of modeled poems and how they different from an example of a narrative. Students will craft their own poems with as little or as much guidance from me as needed.
I have taught Language Arts in a public middle school for over 25 years. Building writing skills is a topic I focus on each year and one I am quite passionate about.
-A link will be given to a self-made Google Slideshow with the names of paint colors -A pencil and paper -If they would like to decorate their final piece, students may bring coloring supplies or construction paper as well. *Alternately, students may work on a Google Doc or similar application in a separate window or on a separate device, if that is preferred.
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
I will use a self-made Google Slideshow. I will share my screen with the slideshow to teach the content of the class. In addition, students can access a link to the slideshow to independently browse through names of paint colors. A separate Google account is not required as the link can be directly accessed through the internet.
Ms. Vicki; M. Ed
Middle School Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi everyone! Welcome to my Outschool Classroom. I have been a certified public middle school teacher for over 25 years, primarily teaching Science and Language Arts. Teaching is truly my passion! I strive to create lessons that are both...