WHAT IS A HAIKU?

This Integrating Technology eBook was designed and developed for
 Ms. Sampson’s 8th grade English Language Arts Class at Newbern Middle School.



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Standard: ELA8W2. The student demonstrates competence in a variety of genres.

The student produces a narrative (fictional, personal, experiential) that:

b.  Creates an organizing structure appropriate to purpose, audience, and context.

c.  Relates a clear, coherent incident, event, or situation by using well-chosen details.

d.  Reveals the significance of the writer’s attitude about the subject.

f.   Includes sensory details and concrete language to develop plot, setting, and character (e.g., vivid verbs, descriptive
     adjectives, varied sentence structures, and specific narrative action).

h.  Uses a range of strategies (e.g., suspense, figurative language, dialogue, expanded vocabulary, flashback,
     movement, gestures, expressions, foreshadowing, tone, and mood).


 

PLO: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the power of language and how language paints a picture by utilizing figurative language and parts of speech to compose a haiku.

 

 

PLO

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

PLO: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the power of language and how language paints a picture by utilizing figurative language and parts of speech to compose a haiku.

 

The student uses specific details and concrete language to produce vivid images, uses correct haiku pattern (5,7,5), has a theme that is centered around nature, captures one single moment in time, and  has no spelling errors.

The student produces a clear   image, has the correct pattern (5,7,5), captures one single moment in time, but has 1 to 3 spelling errors.

The student does not produce a clear image, does not capture a single moment in time, does not use the correct pattern (5,7,5), and has more than 3 spelling errors.

 



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