Kidblog -- Here is the link: http://kidblog.org/DorseyCreativeWriting72015S2/
- Your collage (pictures, illustrations, etc.) was already due (homework). If it is not ready, bring it as soon as you can. Please print your own.
- Your bio-poems were due by the end of class time before time before time before last. Share them with me on Google Drive. Allow editing. If you've already sent yours, look for comments on your document. Revise and edit.
- Your other three pieces for your Creativity Collage collection were due February 6. Share with me on Google Drive, and watch for my responses. Revise and edit. You do not have to print them, but do revise and edit after I comment.
- Don't forget to be looking for your poem to share for our Poetry and Chocolate Day on February 12.
Scribble: Keagen M.
Next Time: (Poetry and Chocolate)
Poetry and Chocolate (and other treats, if you wish)
Bring your poems, ready to share.
I'll supply hot chocolate.
Bring other treats you'd like to share.
Poem of the Day:
Write a Valentines Poem in one of the specified formats.
Copy it neatly onto a heart or other shape.
Use one of these formats:
Haiku: (5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) See page 205 in Write Source 2000.
Haiku #1Just love, only love
Came into my life today
And brought with it joy.
Love is not that great!
Breaks hearts, makes grown people cry,
Valentine's Day -- Bah!
Limerick: See page 205 in Write Source 2000.
There once was a fellow named Bart
Who was too quick to give up his heart.
Each girl that he'd woo
And Bart's heart just broke into parts!
Alphabet Poetry See page 206 in Write Source 2000.
Clerihew Poetry See page 206 in Write Source 2000.
Contrast Couplet See page 206 in Write Source 2000.
Definition Poetry See page 206 in Write Source 2000.
List Poetry See page 207 in Write Source 2000.
Name Poetry See page 207 in Write Source 2000.
Phrase Poetry See page 207 in Write Source 2000.
Title-Down Poetry See page 207 in Write Source 2000.
Reading About Writing -- From Writing Magic by Gail Carson Levine -- Chapter 7: The Nitty Gritty: DETAILS
Describing a magical object (Listen carefully to the assignment.)