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2nd qtr 16 writing rhymes

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2nd qtr 16 writing rhymes

  1. 1. Writing Rhymes/Jingle Related to the Selection Read English V
  2. 2. Let us read the following words correctly with initial /f/. feed food fit five face funny fly fat fell Phonic Drill
  3. 3. Recite your favorite jingle. Writing Jingles or rhymes is really fun. Today, we will try to write jingles or rhymes. Later, I am sure you will love and enjoy writing them. Motivation
  4. 4. I will show a poem which I will read while you listen. Then, we will read the poem together. Presentation
  5. 5. Hurt No Living Thing Hurt no living thing Ladybird, not butterfly, Nor moth with dusty wing, Nor cricket chirping cheerily, Nor grasshopper so light to leap, Nor dancing not, nor beetle fit, Nor harmless worms that creep A Text A Day/Presentation
  6. 6. 1. a. What is the poem about? b. What are the animals or insects mentioned in the poem? c. Why should we not hurt them? 2. Give me a pair of words that have the same ending sound. Analysis and Discussion
  7. 7. thing-wing; leap-creep 3. Remember that the repetition of identical similar concluding syllables in different words, most often at the end of the line, is called rhyme scheme. Analysis and Discussion
  8. 8. 4. Now, let us count the syllables in each line. Hurt no living thing Ladybird, not butterfly, Nor moth with dusty wing, Nor cricket chirping cheerily, Nor grasshopper so light to leap, Nor dancing not, nor beetle fit, Nor harmless worms that creep Analysis and Discussion
  9. 9. 5. The device wherein the type and number of syllables/feet in a line of verse is known as meter. 6. What words in the poem appeal to our senses? Analysis and Discussion
  10. 10. hurt - sense of touch chirping - sense of hearing light - sense of touch fat dusty wings - sense of sight 7. The message of the rhyme is revealed through the meaning of words, images and symbols. Analysis and Discussion
  11. 11. The use of words that evokes one of the five senses are called images and sense impression. The arrangement of words and lines to fit together is called structure. Analysis and Discussion
  12. 12. What are the elements of rhymes, poems or jingles that make them pleasant to hear? Generalization
  13. 13. You are going to write a jingle or a rhyme with at lease four lines like the one shown below. Pat He is called Pat, The boy sitting on a mat, For all the day, he eats and eats, Now, all his clothes, nothing fits. Application
  14. 14. Group 1 Activity: Recite the poem with different emotions. Let the class guess what emotion is being portrayed by the group. Two Boys Crying Across the world Two boys are crying, Both wanting more And tired of trying. Enrichment
  15. 15. Group 2 Activity: Choose the word that appeals to the senses. Tell what sense does it appeal. Shush Oh, be quiet, Abeline Children shouldn’t be heard, only seen, And all you can do is stand and scream, Just because your salad’s not quite clean. Enrichment
  16. 16. Group 3 Activity: Rewrite the following pairs of rhyming words. Colored insects creep and crawl Cockerels swagger, proud and tall Snakes slither Jellyfish quiver Hedgehogs, rolling like a ball. Enrichment
  17. 17. Group 4 Activity: Recite the jingle in your favorite tune. Kindness to Animals My teacher says that animals Deserve the best of fare; Clean beds, fresh water, healthful food, And every loving care. And when their eyes look up to me – Such deep and trusting eyes – I wonder how one could forget Or treat them otherwise. Enrichment
  18. 18. Group 5 Activity: Complete the line by writing an appropriate word that rhymes with the last word above it. Little Rabbit Ray, see, rye, ray Little Rabbit ran _____ Ree, ray, rye, ree What did little Rabbit _____? Or treat them otherwise. Enrichment
  19. 19. Copy the missing words to complete the line. Choose from the words in the box. way play bully day funny Enrichment
  20. 20. way play bully day funny Boy/Girl Story Enrichment I like her because she’s sporty in a sparky sort of ____ She’s good at rounders, brill the cricket, lets me kick in goals all ____. I like him because he’s ____ in a kindly sort of way. He laughs at my jokes doesn’t ____, knows some super tricks to ____.
  21. 21. Write a four-line jingle or rhyme about the story entitled “The Boy and the Worm”. Be able to read your written work in the class. Enrichment

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