Orchestrating Writing Poetry

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1st - 4th
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Orchestrating PoetryWriting
Creating a rhythm and beat when writing poetry makes it flow and provides a cadence that the reader connects with as he reads the words.
Beat, rhythm, sound and variety of tempos hook the reader.
Songs are really poems put to music. Think of some of the familiar children’s songs that have remained popular throughout the years. They have a beat and rhythm that is easy to follow and a pattern that is memorable.
This product uses familiar songs as the basis for creating new poems. The words to one or two verses are provided as a sample. Lines are included below the song for creating new poems.

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