Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Student Poems: Guyku Haikus #resvt #cesuvt


 A traditional haiku and also a metaphor
What is this poem describing?
Does the illustration help explain?

RES third graders have been writing haiku poetry in their library classes. Haiku is a form of poetry from Japan where each poem has:

Three lines
The first line has five syllables
The second line has seven syllables
The third line has five syllables
There is usually a reference to nature


For inspiration the scholars shared the book Guyku by Bob Raczka. They agreed that the title isn't correct...the haikus in this book aren't really just for boys!

http://img2.imagesbn.com/p/9780547240039_p0_v1_s600.JPG 




Then they wrote their own haikus:

 A traditional haiku



Haiku as a text feature! (caption)


You can find some great haiku activities on the Guyku website.




Guyku cover image from www.barnesandnoble.com

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