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Look at the video: 1. What is mama going to buy for the baby if that mockingbird won’t sing? A. a looking glass B. a diamond ring C. another billy-goat D. nothing
Skimming 1. Read fast to get main idea; 2. Do not read word by word; 1. What is the text mainly about? 2. How many kinds of poems are mentioned and what are they?
Contents Nursery Rhymes 童谣 List Poems 清单诗 ………… Cinquain[siŋ'kein] 五行诗………… Haiku [hai'ku: ] 俳句诗 ………… Tang Poems 唐诗 …………
Scanning forms of poems Nursery rhymes List poems Cinquain Haiku Tang poems characteristics
Forms of poems Features ØA common type of _____ poetry. children’s imaginative Concrete Ø_____ but _____ language rhythm and a ØRhyme, have strong ______ lot of repetition Nursery ________. rhymes ØMay not ______ and even make sense seem contradictory. ØEasy to learn and recite _______. List poems ØHave a _______ line length, and flexible repeated _____ phrases. pattern rhythm ØHave a _______ and a _______. rhyme ØSome ______ while others do not.
ØEasy for students to write Cinquain ØMade up of ______ five lines a strong picture ØConveys ________ in just a few words. Japanese ØA _____ form of poetry. ØMade up of _______. 17 syllables ØEasy to write. picture Haiku ØGives a clear _____. a special feeling ØCreate ________ using a minimum of words. Tang poems ØTranslations from the Chinese. _____
Poems Contents Nursery Rhymes 童谣 List Poems 清单诗 ………… A …………B&C Cinquain[sɪŋ'kein] 五行诗………… D&E Haiku 俳句诗 …………F&G Tang Poems 唐诗 ………… H
Poem A Listen to the poem and answer the following questions. 1. What is the baby’s father going to buy if the mirror goes broken? 2. What is the baby’s father going to do if goat runs away? 3. What is the poem A about?
Poem A 1. What is the baby’s father going to buy if the mirror goes broken? He’s going to buy the baby a billy-goat. 2. What is the baby’s father going to do if goat runs away? He’s going to buy the baby another billy-goat. 3. What is the poem A about? love A father’s ______for his baby.
Nursery rhyme(童谣) Hush, little baby, don’t say a word, Papa’s going to buy you a mockingbird. If that mockingbird won’t sing, Papa’s going to buy you a diamond ring. If that diamond ring turns to brass, Papa’s going to buy you a looking glass. If that looking-glass gets broke, Papa’s going to buy you a billy-goat. If that billy-goat runs away, Papa is going to buy you another today. [ə: d] [ɪŋ] [a: s] [əu] [ei]
Read together and find out rhymes I saw a fish-pond all on fire, I saw a house bow to a squire, I saw a person twelve-feet high, I saw a cottage in the sky, I saw a balloon made of lead, List poem (清单诗) I saw a coffin drop down dead, I saw two sparrows run a race, I saw two horses making lace, I saw a girl just like a cat, I saw a kitten wear a hat, I saw a man who saw these too, And said though strange they all were true.
I saw a fish-pond all on fire, I saw a house bow to a squire, I saw a person twelve-feet high, I saw a cottage in the sky, I saw a balloon made of lead, List poem (清单诗) I saw a coffin drop down dead, I saw two sparrows run a race, I saw two horses making lace, I saw a girl just like a cat, I saw a kitten wear a hat, I saw a man who saw these too, And said though strange they all were true.
Poem C Read the poem by yourself and answer questions. 1. What sports is the speaker writing about? 2. Did his or her team win the game? Why? 3. Does the author believe his or her excuses? How do you know?
We would have won… Our first football match If Jack had scored that goal, What sports just a few more writing about? Did his If we’d had is the speaker minutes, or her had trained harder, and why? If we team win the game If Ben had passed the his or her Does the author believeball to Joe, excuses? How do you know? If we’d had thousands of fans screaming, If I hadn’t taken my eye off the ball, If we hadn’t stayed up so late the night before, If we hadn’t take it easy, If we hadn’t run out of energy. Poem C We would have won… They didn’t play well enough. If we’d been better!
Cinquain (五行诗) Poem D & E Read the two poems by yourself and answer questions. 1. What subject is the speaker writing about? His or her brother Poem D: ______ summer poem E: ____ 2. Does the speaker like the subject?
poem D Does the speaker like the subject? Brother 兄弟 Beautiful , athletic Teasing, shouting , laughing Friend and enemy too mine 爱美，又爱运动 爱闹，爱叫，又爱笑 是我的朋友 也是我的敌人
Summer Sleepy, salty 困乏，咸涩 干涸，枯萎，恐怖 Drying, drooping, dreading Week in, week out 周而复始 Endless 永无止境 夏日 Does the speaker like the topic? Convey his feeling—he hopes that summer will be over soon.
Five lines Brother Beautiful , athletic ---one word (topic) ---two adjs Teasing, shouting , laughing ---three verbs with –ing Friend and enemy too mine ---four words ---one word Summer Sleepy, salty Drying, drooping, dreading Week in, week out Endless ---one word (topic) ---two adjs ---three verbs with –ing ---four words ---one word
Five lines Brother ---one word (topic) name the subject Beautiful , athletic ---two adjs describe the subject Teasing, shouting , laughing ---three verbs with –ing describe the subject’s actions. Friend and enemy too mine ---four words give the writer’s opinions or feelings about the subject. ---one word give another name for the subject
Class Nervous, excited Listening, reading, reciting Beautiful are these poems Enjoyment
Classbreak Short , stressed Running, playing, laughing Like and value it Pleasure
Haiku (俳句诗 ) A fallen blossom 17 syllables is coming back to the branch. 落下的花朵 回到了树枝上。 look, a butterfly! (by Moritake) 雪儿融化了, 整个村庄充满着 欢乐的儿童。 作者Issa 瞧啊，是个蝴蝶！ 作者Moritake Snow having melted, The whole village is brimful of happy children (by Issa)
Read together and answer questions. Loneliness: she was alone watching her Poem H: husband on the mountain top. Q: Could waited year after woman’s story in Love: she you tell us the year despite wind own words? yourand rain. Q: Choose the words to show the woman’s feelings loneliness love trust sorrow _______ joy ____ anger hate _____ Trust: she believed her husband would come back one day. Sorrow: year after year, she waited and waited without seeing any hope of her husband’s coming back, she was very sad.
Where she awaits her husband, 望夫石 ---王健 On and on the river flows Never looking back, Transformed into stone. Day by day upon the mountain top, wind and rain revolve. Should the journey return, this stone would utter speech. Poem H (by Wang Jian) 望夫处，江悠悠。 化为石，不回头。 山头日日风复雨， 行人归来石应语。
Contents Nursery Rhymes 童谣 List Poems Cinquain Haiku Tang Poems 清单诗 五行诗 唐诗 俳句诗 ………… …………
Choose one of these forms, and try to write a poem in groups. Nursery rhyme List poem