Thursday, 8 September 2016

A Feast of Visual Language

Earlier this term we were looking at a variety of poems including couplets, quatrains, haiku, cinquain, acrostic and diamante poems. Along with these we wrote a poem entitled 'How to Eat a Poem'. We brainstormed words that related to eating (gobble, chomp, slurp), as well as features we might find in poetic writing (similes, conjunctions, alliteration) then created our own poems. To present our writing we thought about a food or drink item and constructed a collage to compliment our writing. Here are a few examples (come and check out the rest in Room 6)


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