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Monday, 6 August 2018

Poets Of Room 7

Our theme for writing this term is "to entertain" so we have been learning various types of poetry: Haiku, Cinquain and Reverse Poetry.

Idaliah has enjoyed writing Haiku in particular. These poems have 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second and 5 in the final line. She says "You can actually express yourself in a different way. Here is an example of a piece she is working on.

Alizzandro has been refining an example of Reverse Poetry - this is where we use phrases that are opposite very carefully to make a poem which tells one story from top to bottom, then the opposite story when you read from the bottom to the top. Alizzandro commentted "I like this type of poem because it makes the reader feel surprised once they read it upwards". You can read it here.

9 comments:

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  2. Kia ora Room 7,

    My name is Punipuao and I am currently attending St Patrick's School. I like the way Ida used descriptive words to describe her haiku about the full moon. How did you find out how many syllables in each sentences?
    Next time you could use a better layout for your post

    If you would like to visit my blog, I will leave an attached link below.
    http://spspunipuaoa.blogspot.com/

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  3. Hello Room 7 I am alizzandro and I go to saint patrick’s school. I like the poems the poets wrote I was really amazed by the reverse poem of Alizzandro because it it surprised my how it ie changes in how you read it. I have also written a reverse poem before. What are the next type of poetry will you do next? I would suggest adding other link give an example of other type of poetry you learned. If you want to visit my blog here:https://spsalizzandros.blogspot.com

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  4. Kia ora, Room 7. My name is Delina and I go to Kawakawa primary school. I really like the Haiku that Idaliah made, maybe next time she can make it stand out. Good job on the Haiku. ;)

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  5. kia ora my name is capri i go to kawakawa primary school the poetry´s are lovely they are really creative have you posted them on your own blogs?

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  6. Kia ora, Room 7. My name is Kody and I go to Kawakawa primary school. I really like the Haiku that Idaliah made, maybe next time she can make it stand out. Good job on the Haiku.

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  7. Kia ora, Room 7. My name is Tamarah and i go to Kawakawa primary school. I enjoyed reading Idaliah's Haiku that she made. Next time she could make it appealing to the eye on a presentation and post it on your blog.

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  8. Kia ora, Room 7. My name is Honekai i go to Kawakawa primary school i really liked the poems you guys made

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  9. Kia ora, Room 7. My name is Ngapua and I go to Kawakawa primary school. I really like the Haiku that Idaliah made, maybe next time she can make it stand out. Good job on the Haiku.

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