students will use the list from #12 to create personification sentences. writes, "when an artist sees a masterpiece, it urges her on. strong image can be repeated effectively, sometimes to end the poem. they will list characteristics, feelings and write sentences including the use of personification.
the prewriting as well as techniques discussed in the model poems. they should be able to identify stanzas, lines, and understand that some poems contain many figures of speech. students grapple with language as they write, and so "they learn. "channeling emotion: one way to make poems out of feelings".
this lesson students will read poems, see pictures, and eat pop rocks (candy) to learn about personification- the figure of speech that describes non living/inanimate objects by giving them human characteristics. is calling you- teaching personification using poems and pop rocks. recommendations: students can complete their personification illustration at home and share with the class on the following day. students will create lists of characteristics, identify feelings that they evoke, and write sentences using personification.
the prewriting as well as techniques discussed in the model poems. 6, 7, & 8 - students will create lists to identify the personification figure of speech..10 :write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences. this direction, fledgling authors are likely to write in general terms,About the beauty of love, for example, asserting "she was always there.
the first prompt to one specific experience also focused the writers.. students will select their favorite pop rock personification sentence from step 14 and illustrate it. and inspiring, jill uses in her final poem pieces of each part. in the stacks," a poem about the relationship between a father.