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  • Shamoria Williams ECED 4300- B Dr. Tonja Root Fall 2009 Grade Level: 3 Specific form of writing: Acrostic Poems Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Shamoria Williams Stage of writing: Prewriting GPS ELA3W1: The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student: Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • c. Writes text of a length appropriate to address the topic or tell the story.. ELA3W2: The student begins to write in a variety genres, including narrative, informational, persuasive, and response to literature. b. Sustains a focus Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • PLO A. The student will create an acrostic poem using a word that contains no less than 5 letters, and no more than 10 letters. The poem must focus on the given word. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • B. The student will create an acrostic poem using the narrative form of writing. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Poetic Making, creating Observing the world within you, and around you Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Expresses feelings and emotions, or your point of view Write about anything Formed by sounds and syllables Does not have to rhyme Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Acrostic poem or other form of writing Spells out the word or idea using the first, or last letter of the line Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Formed by writing a word vertically down the page One letter per line Begin with a capital letter Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • each line of poetry must begin with the letter on that line and must pertain to the word Does not have to rhyme May use one word or phrase Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Use adjectives, and phrases that describe the word Can be a name, animal, object, etc. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Narrative Tells a story Beginning, middle, and ending Character, plot, setting details strong organization Clear Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Prewriting Choose your topic Word must contain at least 5 letters, and no more than 10 letters. Life experience, animal, favorite food, place, etc. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Choose your audience Age, gender, group of people, mom, dad Choose your purpose Reason Narrative- tells a story Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Draw pictures and/or list words, or phrases that remind you of your topic word graphic organizer word web Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems. Graphic Organizer. Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Hummon, David M. Acrostic poems for children, teachers, and other poets. Retrieved on October 8, 2009 from http://www.holycross.edu/d epartments/socant/dhummon /acrostics/submitted_by_chil dren.html http://www.holycross.edu/d epartments/socant/dhummon /acrostics/submitted_by_chil dren.html Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Elephants Live and Eat and Play Hours everyday. After daytime goes, Nighttime comes. Together all the elephants Sleep. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Rikki, age 9 from Olathe, Kansas Hummon, David M. Acrostic poems for children, teachers, and other poets. Retrieved on October 8, 2009 from http://www.holycross.edu/d epartments/socant/dhummon /acrostics/north_south_ameri ca.html http://www.holycross.edu/d epartments/socant/dhummon /acrostics/north_south_ameri ca.html Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • Acrostic Poems. Readwritethink.com. Retrieved on October 8, 2009 from http://www.readwritethi nk.org/materials/acrostic / http://www.readwritethi nk.org/materials/acrostic / Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.
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  • The student will create a narrative acrostic poem, using a word that contains at least 5 letters, and no more than 10 letters. The poem must be a focus of the word the student used. Williams, Shamoria. (2009). Acrostic Poems- Narrative. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA.