Every day we will be reading and exploring “Love That Dog” and other poems by amazing poets

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Every day we will be reading and exploring “Love That Dog” and other poems by amazing poets!

You will keep a response journal just like the speaker, Jack, in our novel!

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Love That Dog

: Pages 1-2

Jack

Room 105 : Miss

Stretchberry

September 13

I DON’T WANT TO BECAUSE BOYS DON’T WRITE POETRYGIRLS DOSeptember 21I TRIED. CAN’T DO IT. BRAINS EMPTY.

Who is Jack?

Who is Miss.

Stretchberry

?

What doesn’t Jack want to do? Why? Who is he speaking to?

What’s his tone toward poetry?

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Love That Dog

: Pages 3-5

September 27

I don’t understand the poem about the

red wheelbarrow

And the white chickens

And why so much depends on them If that is the poem About the red wheelbarrowAnd the chickens Then any words Can be a poem. You’ve Just Got ToMakeShort Lines

Is Jack right? Can “any words” put together be a poem?

What did you think about

The Red Wheelbarrow

poem by William Carlos?

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Love That Dog

: Pages 3-5

October 4

Do you promise

Not to read it

Out loud?

Do you promise not to put it on the board?Okay, here it is,But I don’t like it. So much dependsUpon aBlue car Splattered with mud Speeding down the road.

October 10 What do you mean – Why does so much depend Upon

A blue car?

You didn’t say before

That I had to tell why.

The wheelbarrow guy

Didn’t tell why.

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Love That

DoG: 16 Word Poem

Task:

P

lease write a 16 word poem.

Your poem must be 8 lines long with 16 words total.

Your poem must start with“SO MUCH DEPENDS UPON…” Check this out!!

A Snow Day

By: Mrs. McFadden

So much depends

upon

A Possible

Snow day

Back to sleep

Surprise

Steamy hot cocoaInside

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Love That Dog

: Pages 6-7

October 17

What was up with

the

snowy woods

poem you read today?Why doesn’t the person just keep going if he’s gotSo many miles to go before he sleeps?And why do I have to tell moreAbout the blue carSplattered with mud Speeding down the road?

I don’t want to Write about that blue car

That had miles to go

before it slept.

so many miles

to go

in such a hurry.

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Love That

DoG: Snow Poem

On the second page of your poetry response book, please write a

cinquain

about winter.

Check this out!!

Winter Wind

By: Mrs. McFaddenWinter Strong, BitterBlowing, Chilling, Icing

I wear a warm hat

Wind

The first line is one word.

The second line contains two adjectives.

The third line has three words ending in “

ing

.”

The fourth line has four or more words that make a complete sentence.

The fifth line is one word.

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Love That Dog

: Pages 8-9

October 24

I am sorry to say

I did not really understand

The

tiger tiger burning bright poemBut at least it sounded good In my earsHere is the blue car with tiger sounds…

Blue car, blue car, shining brightIn the darkness of the night:Who could see you speeding byLike a comet in the sky?

I could see you in the night,

Blue car, blue car, shining bright.

I could see you speeding by

like a comet in the sky.

Some of the tiger sounds

Are still in my ears

like drums beat-beat-beating

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Tiger! Tiger! burning bright

In the forests of the night,

What immortal hand or eye

Could frame thy fearful symmetry?

 

“The Tiger” by William Blake

What does “immortal” mean?

What do you think “fearful symmetry’ is?

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Love That

DoG: End Rhyme Poem

Here are the requirements of a CLERIHEW!

Please write this on page three of your response book!

They are four lines long.

The first and second lines rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth lines rhyme with each other.

The first line names a person, and the second line ends with something that rhymes with the name of the person.

A clerihew can be humorous or serious! Your choice!

Must

Follow…

AA

BB

Format!

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Garfield

Garfield the cat

On his rear he sat.

Eating lasagna galore

While Ruining the decor.

AABB

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Love That Dog

: Pages 10-16

November 6

Yes

You can put

The two blue-car poems

On the board But only if you don’t put My nameOn them.October 31

T

hey look nice

Typed up like that

On blue paper

On a yellow board

(but still don’t tell anyone who wrote them, okay?)

(And what does anonymous mean?

Is it good?)

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Love That Dog

: Pages 10-16

November 15th

I don’t have any pets

So I can’t write about one

And especially

I can’t write A POEMAbout one. November 9

Yes, I used to have a pet. I don’t want to write about it.

You’re going to ask me

Why not?

Right?

Lets INFER…

Why might Jack not want to talk

about a pet he used to have?

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Love That Dog

: Pages 10-16

November 29

Can’t I make up a pet-

A different one?

Like a tiger?

Or a hamster?A goldfish?Turtle?Snail? Worm?Flea?November 22

I liked those

Small

poems

We read today.

When They’re

small

Like that you can read

A whole bunch in a short timeAnd then in your head are all the pictures Of all the small

thingsFrom all the small poems.

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I liked how the kitten leaped

In the cat poemAnd how you could seeThe long head of the horse in the horse poem

And I especially liked the dog

In the dog poem

Because that’s just how

My yellow dog

Used to lie down, With his tongue all limpAnd his chin Between his pawsAnd how he’d sometimesChomp at a flyAnd then sleepIn his loose skinJust like that poet, Miss Valerie Worth, Says,

In her small Dog poem.

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Love That Dog:

Valerie Worth Inspired Poem

Write a poem

describing

an animal, person, plant, insect… it has to be living.

Your poem must be at least 6-8 lines long! Your poem must also include at least 5 verbs! Having trouble?

Picture yourself watching an animal at the zoo! What is the animal? What is it doing?

Giraffe By Irene Latha

m

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December 4

th

Why do you want

To type up what I wrote

About reading

The small poems?

It’s not a poem?Is it?I guess you can put it on the boardIf you want toBut don’t put my name on it In case other people think It’s not a poem. December 13th

I guess it does look like a poem When you see it typed up like that But, I think maybe It would look better if there was more space

Between the lines

Like how I wrote it

The first time.

And I likes the picture of the yellow dog

you put beside it.

But that’s not how

My yellow dog Looked.

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January 10

Love That Dog

: Pages

20-21

I really

really

really Did NOT get the pasture poemYou read today. I mean:Somebody’s going out to the pastureTo clean the springAnd to get The little tottery calfWhile he’s out thereAnd he isn’t going To be gone long And he wants YOU (Who is YOU?) To come too.

I mean REALLY. And you said that Mr. Robert Frost

Who wrote about the pasture

Was also the one who wrote about

Those snowy woods

And the miles to go

before he sleeps –

Well!

I think Mr. Robert Frost

has a little Too much

time

on his hands!

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Love That Dog: Robert Frost Inspired Poem

Write a poem inviting someone to join you doing or experiencing something that you especially enjoy.

It can be something you like to do outdoors or indoors. It can be a special place that you like to visit or an activity that you enjoy.

Think about the things that make the place or activity special.

Use descriptive words in your poem to encourage the reader to accept your invitation.

Help him or her to see, hear, and feel the wonderful experience that is so special to you.

Free Verse

A poem that does not have any

set form


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