ECI 537 Children's Literature Poetry Genre Project

ECI 537 Children's Literature Poetry Genre Project



hi we created a genre study with the theme of poetry and my name is Adrian Tobin and I'm Kelly Kelly fine as a literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive styling with them key for at Tysons there is an elusiveness about poetry that makes it to five precise definition it is not so much that it is important as to how it makes us feel so rationale for us choosing poetry as you can see it Keifer enticing to eat for many children fingerplays nursery rhymes and songs or their first introduction to the world of literature these fulcrums are passed down from generation to generation and are found across many cultures the goal of our overarching and final project is to have students understand the elements of a poem as well as make reading and writing connections through the use of poetry we want to provide students with a deeper understanding of the elements of poetry to include rhythm rhyme and sound imagery figurative language compare and contrast and shape and then throughout this unit we want to be able to provide students with instruction so that we can accurately identify the various elements of a poem and seems to be able to then utilize their understanding of poetry to make a reading and writing connections and create their own poem books and poetry and sends grade levels and reading levels and can be utilized in different grade level classrooms we have included instruction for both 3rd and 6th graders to show that instruction for poetry Carrie mean the same however resources such as poetry books may change to fit the needs of readers our final project will be for students to create their own personal poetry book and they will be required to include at least three types of poems from a list which we will review with them including narrative lyric lyrical limerick free verse haiku concrete collet collage and bio remainder of the poem books can include any form of poetry that they so desire the students will then ensure that they utilize the elements of poetry when creating their poems in order to demonstrate their understanding of the range of poetry poetry as a genre is an art form that invites and express expects self-expression that is free from judgment so throughout this project students will be encouraged to learn the safety of expiration dates and what to do so students are going to be taught the various types of poetry in a safe and encouraging environment each genre will be taught and measured based on the standards that are expected for the style and a teacher will present content in an interesting and engaging way freedom of expression outside of the standards are going to be applauded and rewarded as we understand that that's kind of the context of poetry and the teacher is going to present this freedom of expression by starting the lesson plan on day one entering the room and a very Cavalier and artistic attire and again speaking about themselves with facts that the students already know but in a way that's new and characteristic of different styles of poetry that we're going to explore and this is in order to create an environment where you think you might know the full story about someone but you really don't know until you hear the expression which is told and there's so much left to discover and learn by that so then we go into our summary of lesson plans which is going to be a ten day unit were all of the poetry and on day one and day two we're going to introduce the elements of poems using certain text to do so day three and day four we're going to introduce different types of poems and on day 5 and day six we're actually going to bring students up into book clubs where they'll be able to choose individual poems based on different genres of poetry to present and their book clubs and also in the culminating project day seven and day day seven three day we're going to work on the culminating project which again adrian is already referenced is the poetry book through from each child and then on day ten they're actually going to have an opportunity to present those poetry books in a coffee shop setting where they will be able to invite family members that they choose to and will be offered opportunities to present their poems that they would like in a predetermined time setting and if they don't they can actually just go back and present their poems in their book club so that the teacher will be able to assess them at that time activities are going to include the book club into small groups and we're also going to be working on reading writing to develop their poetry and so on the standards pertaining to this project on this unit and we have different standards for third and sixth grade however the anchor standards include our point to use for themes of a text to analyze their development summarize the key supporting details and ideas so the connection of the standard to the project for students is that students are required to create their own poems for a poetry book they will need to be able to identify the type of poem that they created as well as explain their poem through the use of key supporting details relating directly to the instructional material they will also need to emphasize their use of the elements of poetry in their poem books or the major standard arms war which is interpret words and phrases as they're used in and analyze house where choices shape meaning of two children are going to students are going the connection to the standards the project for students is directly reflected in the students use of words and connections using content for their poetry students will be given props to write about however their use of words and phrases within their poems should be meaningful to the overall message of the poetry on the whole and the connection this entered require students to be able to accurately identify the elements of a poem under 10 different types of poetry students will be provided with interesting examples of the various types alms the deacon and utilize to create their own poem book the students should be able to analyze the structure of texts in order to create their own poetry that is both meaningful and relatable to their instruction of poetry content presented in diverse media and formats including visually and quantitatively as well as in words the connection of this standard to the project for students is that students will be reading poetry that is based on diverse cultures as well as a range of different poetry types instruction will be provided through the use of books and online resources to be able to provide the students with media diversity in their learning and you can see we've each chosen this Pacific level so for third good we have different books than we would for saying I'm not just based on learning and where they're at with reading levels however the Texas we chose that's that's we chose cover an array of different topics to include animals seasons away comical plans coming-of-age self-reflection memoirs on culturally diverse overtimes mythology cultural awareness of food all of these topics can resonate with the two different audiences of both 3rd and 6th grades in very different ways the text that's chosen provide an array of topics that will hopefully reach even those students who do not find reading or poetry interesting and give them something to resonate with conclusion for our students that we're trying to draw is that as educators we're asking our students country in children's literature creates a natural environment for freaks but expression students become free thinkers that are communicators and more capable listeners of different cultures and human groups poetry also provides outlets for differentiated writing through veil ability of new techniques and inspiration for creative thinking and finally poetry provides techniques to build better reading writing and speaking skills as well as language and vocabulary exploration they're great or great or anywhere in between Thanks Thanks

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