Write a narrative poem

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The poem must include the following: A clear narrative sequence, Sensory language, Figurative language, One verb in the conditional mood, and Two module vocabulary words. This will be for a 8th grade male. Grammar and plagiarism will be checked. Thank you

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Vocabulary: Check Point Before your next assignment, let's review the module vocabulary you have encountered so far. Check that you have learned the definitions for these words. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • perspective transcript spectacle jurisdiction inscription ascribe prospect aspect dictate contradict speaker extended metaphor voice meter irony pun simile refrain narrative poem internal rhyme English | Rubric | Assignment | Narrative Poem (30 points) Rubric Assignment: Narrative Poem (30 points) Criterion Exemplary (27-30 points) Proficient (23-26 points) Emerging (18-22 points) Not Evident (below 17 points) Score and Comments NARRATIVE SEQUENCE Student clearly includes all elements of a narrative structure in sequence—rising action, protagonist conflict, climax, falling action, resolution. Student somewhat clearly includes all elements of a narrative structure in sequence— rising action, protagonist conflict, climax, falling action, resolution. Student does not include one element of narrative structure or it is obviously out of sequence. Student does not include two or more elements of narrative structure or they are obviously out of sequence. Score: Student clearly uses at least five instances of sensory language to add depth to the poem. Student somewhat clearly uses at least five instances of sensory language to add depth to the poem. Student uses three or four instances of sensory language to add depth to the poem. Student uses less than three instances of sensory language that are unclear or ineffective. Score: Student clearly uses at least five instances of figurative language (metaphor, simile, allusion, irony, pun, and symbols) Student somewhat clearly uses at least five instances of figurative language (metaphor, simile, allusion, irony, pun, and symbols) Student uses three or four instances of figurative language (metaphor, simile, allusion, irony, pun, and symbols) Student uses less than three instances of figurative language, which are unclear or ineffective. Score: Develop a clear sequence of events and smooth navigation through the events in a narrative essay, story, or poem. Comments: Points Possible: 6 SENSORY LANGUAGE Recognize and use language that appeals to the senses. Comments: Points Possible: 7 FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Use figurative language to convey experiences and create emotion. Comments: Points Possible: 7 © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 2 English | Rubric | Assignment | Narrative Poem (30 points) Criterion Exemplary (27-30 points) Proficient (23-26 points) Emerging (18-22 points) Not Evident (below 17 points) Score and Comments VERB IN CONDITIONAL MOOD The conditional mood form is used correctly in the poem and adds to meaning of poem. The conditional mood form is used correctly in the poem. The conditional mood subordinate clause or the dependent clause is not correctly formed. No conditional verb form is used in the poem. Score: Student has successfully incorporated two or more module vocabulary words demonstrating excellent understanding of term and use. Student has successfully incorporated two module vocabulary words. Student has successfully incorporated one module vocabulary words. Student has unsuccessfully incorporated module vocabulary words or has used words incorrectly. Score: Poem follows rules of spelling with five or few errors. Poem follows rules of spelling with 6-8 errors. Poem follows rules of spelling with 9-10 errors. Poem fails to follow rules of spelling. Over 11 errors are present. Score: Use the conditional mood to express uncertainty: if, would, could. Comments: Points Possible: 3 VOCABUALRY Use Tier 2 and Tier 3 vocabulary words correctly. Points Possible: 4 GRAMMAR/MECHANICS Points Possible: 3 Comments: Comments: Student Name: Total Score: © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 2 of 2 English | Assignment | Narrative Poem Assignment Narrative Poem It's time to write your narrative poem! What story will it tell? How will the action rise to a climax and then fall to a resolution? Your poem must include the following: • • • • • A clear narrative sequence Sensory language Figurative language One verb in the conditional mood Two module vocabulary words © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 1 ...
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