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How to be Brilliant at Writing Poetry: How to be Brilliant at Writing Poetry
Limited preview - 2010
Acrostic poems alliteration anorak Begin your poem black hole Brainstorm bread Without saying Brilliant at Writing Brilliant Poets write chocolate cinquains describe the taste descriptive poems example EXTRA feel find nothing left finish five lines forms of poetry friend and write funny garden Took Haiku Here's host of starlings Imagine Irene Yates limerick rule Line 4 rhymes list and write lots metaphors mind Monster's coming today mushroom icicle National Curriculum old trainers tomato onomatopoeia Oswald photocopied poem aloud Poetry Monster's coming poor old sparrows pupils Read it aloud read them aloud Read your poem repeat lines rhythm pattern riddle rondelet saying Pardon scan school bells colour Share your poem sheets silent snow simile Smell Touch Hear somewhere sound poem sparrows Could find stepping stones Story poems Swap Taste Smell Touch things think in pictures Write a poem Write the poem Write your poem Writing Poetry Yates This page
Page 5 - ... writing. To develop their writing, pupils should be taught to: • plan — note and develop initial ideas • draft — develop ideas from the plan into structured written text • revise — alter and improve the draft • proofread — check the draft for spelling and punctuation errors, omissions or repetitions • present — prepare a neat, correct and clear final copy...
Page 5 - Pupils should be taught to distinguish between words of similar meaning, to explain the meanings of words, and to experiment with choices of vocabulary. Their interest in words should be extended by the discussion of language use and choices. b Reading Key Stage 2. Range: Ic: Pupils...
Page 5 - Stories allow children to have opportunities to: 1. Range a write for varied purposes, understanding that writing is essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in itself. They should be taught to use writing as a means of developing, organizing and communicating ideas. b write for an extended range of readers. They should write in response to a wide range of stimuli, including stories, their interests and experiences, and the activities of the classroom. c use the characteristics of different...
Page 5 - As pupils write for a wider range of purposes, they should be taught to distinguish degrees of formality in writing for unfamiliar audiences. They should be encouraged to make judgements about when a particular tone, style, format or choice of vocabulary is appropriate; b plan, draft and improve their work, and to discuss and evaluate their own and others
Page 5 - ... check the draft for spelling and punctuation errors, omissions or repetitions • present — prepare a neat, correct and clear final copy Pupils should be encouraged to develop their ability to organise and structure their writing in a variety of ways, using their experience of fiction, poetry and other texts.