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Kate Hooper

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Thursday Reading - Making Meaning of Poetry

☀️IMPORTANT: We know that you've already seen this video three times but PLEASE watch it again! This time, focus on the different types of poems! Re-watching this video and responding to it will help you moving forward! Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmkgAWAGtbE Slide 1: How many types of poems are there mentioned in the video? Can you name them? Try before you move the rectangle to check your answer! How did you do? write how you did in a sentence. Slide 2: Narrative Poem: What does a Narrative poem do? What does a narrative poem need? Slide 3: Free Verse poem. Click on the :draw: icon to circle T (true) or F(false) to answer the questions Slide 4: What is a Humorous poem? Is it funny or sad? Label the emojis to show how Humorous poems make you feel. Slide 5: What is a Lyrical poem? Click the icon to move the words and fill-in the blanks! Please make sure you check your answers and include details where necessary before clicking the green to submit! LO(Learning Objective): Introducing how words and phrases (e.g., regular beats, alliteration rhymes, repeated lines) supply rhythm and meaning in a story, poem or song.

2nd Grade, Reading
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