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Alliteration in Poems
On the interactive board, write some fill-in-the-blank alliteration examples.
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3 Independent Practice
Students will work in groups to create a poem using images and words you seen on online sources. Much like scrapbooking, students will search for material to inspire a poem. Students can use images and words from the same sites as well as use words from a variety of site to complete their poem. Students can use Word Mover to create their poem.
Guidelines: 1. Use at least 25 words in your poem.
2. Use complete sentences that make sense.
3. Use correct punctuation.
4. Include at least three examples of alliteration in your poem.
5. Stay with one central theme.
6. Must be appropriate.