4th Class: Observational Poetry (Week 2 of 2)

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Related Poems:
‘Sky-Artist´ and ‘Don’t be Scared’ by Grace Nichols
’I am a Writer’ by Joseph Coelho
’Sunlight’ by David Windle
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Last Updated: Nov 28, 2022

This interactive PowerPoint concludes this two-week Observational Poetry unit. During this second week, children will explore the use of imagery within poems by learning how to create powerful images using all 5 senses (sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell). They will have fun imagining themselves as ‘the classroom’ as they consider these senses. What would a classroom see and hear? They will then use their plans to create a poem called ‘I am a Classroom’ based on the poem ‘I am a Writer’ by Joseph Coelho.
Poetic Devices/GPS covered throughout these lessons include similes, metaphors, personification, imagery and relative clauses.


Lesson 1: To explore the impact of vocabulary within a poem
Lessons 2: To write a poem using metaphors and similes
Lesson 3: To plan a poem using descriptive language
Lesson 4: To write a poem about a given topic
Lesson 5: To revise and perform my poem


Total Number of Slides: 31
Lesson Plan Included? Yes
Resources Included? Yes
Differentiation? Yes
No additional resources needed
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