Poetry for Children Chapter 7 What is Poetry?

Poetry for Children Chapter 7 What is Poetry?

Poetry for Children Chapter 7 What is Poetry? Lang. with intense feeling & imagery Qualities of sound that bounce pleasingly off the tongue

tickle the ear leave the mind something to ponder Affecting honing of sound and meaning Categories of Poetry for Children Nursery Rhymes & Jump-Rope Rhymes

Folk Songs Lyric or Expressive Poems Narrative Poems Nonsense Verse Form Poems Limericks, Haiku, Concrete Dialogue Poems Free Verse

Elements of Poetry Sounds - rhythm & rhyme Alliteration Images Forms Insight Choosing Good Poetry

Sound - If rhyme is present, should be exact. Rhythms, if present should be consistent but not monotonous. Images - Bring clear images to mind. Insight - Surprises with fresh or wise observations Childrens Preferences

Narrative form is liked by all ages Free verse & Haiku are the most disliked Prefer poems that contain rhyme, rhythm, and sound Children most like humor, familiar experience, and animals Prefer contemporary poems Dont like extensive figurative language and visual imagery Expanding Taste in Poetry

Share poetry informally with students just for enjoyment Promote poetry by having children practice choral speaking and performance Encourage students to write poetry.

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