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Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core

Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Haikus Creating Literary Element Haikus Poetry Literature Common Core
Product Description
Literary Element Series

Literary Element Haikus
by James D. Whitaker

Product/Materials Preface [Grades 5-12]

This product contains the step-by-step process of how to create haikus based on the elements of literature. This lesson is easy and fun and your students will surely create some interesting and unique poems.

I have provided over 20+ pages of enthralling and visually stimulating resources to help in the process. There are graphic organizers, poem exemplars, decorative response templates for bulletin board displays, 3 mini-lesson handouts (high order thinking literary elements, imagery, and the parts of speech), a literary element vocabulary list, vocabulary cards, and synonym/antonym relationship webs. There is a list of classic and modern literature and film, but clearly students can base their poems on any work of literature they are familiar with.

My product touches base on a wide range of literary elements, skills, and techniques. Elements include: genre conventions, narrative voice, character types, roles, and traits, setting, plot, internal and external conflict, symbolism and motif, dualisms, irony, and universal theme.

Before displaying student work encourage them to decorate their work accordingly. You can have them find photos from the net that are associated with the book or books they based their haikus on. You can also have students play a riddle game where they must identify the source novel or film of their classmates’ poems. You are only limited by your imagination!


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Hopefully my products will help strengthen your lessons, help your students learn, and make your life easier. Thank you and enjoy! J.D. Whitaker

{{All images used are in the Public Domain}}

Copyright © 2013 James D. Whitaker, SophistThoughts™
All rights reserved by author.
Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.
Not for public display.
Total Pages
20+
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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