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Additional resources for Creative Poetry Writing [Res. Books for Teachers]
Ask them to write down three things which the -ful word can describe, for example: An elephant is powerful A mother is powerful Study is powerful Then ask them to write down three things which the -less word can describe, for example: A mouse is powerless A baby is powerless Dreaming is powerless The -ful list is verse l. The -less list is verse 2. 4 Ask the students to read their verses to others in their group. If they like, they can add or change their verses. 36 J Wordplay poems 5 Now the class is going to experiment with verses 1 and 2.
For each rhyme word, they must write a short explanation - a phrase or short sentence. 2 6 1 Sound poems Here are examples from other students: heart w hen you feel part when I hurt dart bull’s eye hit when you feel when I hurt bull’s eye hit heart part dart Teachers at a Valentine’s Day workshop, London round and brown cat fat and furry cat cat finds mouse squashes it flat Children in Plymouth, Poets in School workshop If there are any more words in the column, they should continue in the same way, writing the word and then its definition, in groups of three words.
Exp erim ent A Choose one line from verse 1, and one line from verse 2. Write them down in pairs. Do this until all your lines are used up. An elephant is powerful A mouse is powerless. Exp erim en t B Choose one line from verse i. Then repeat the line, but change the -ful word to -less. Write the two lines in pairs. Do this until all your lines are used up. An elephant is powerful. An elephant is powerless. More advanced groups could add a line in between each, which begins because... An elephant is powerful because it is the king of animals.