Write a Poem

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Write a poem that contains the following elements:

One of the forms studied (sonnet, free verse, lyric, narrative)

At least one of these poetic devices: first-person point of view, rhyme, repetition, or meter

Two or more uses of figurative language: metaphor, simile, personification, alliteration, hyperbole, allusion

Review the rubric before submitting your assignment so you understand how you will be graded.

No plagiarism or misspelled words, they will be checked.

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English | Assignment | Write an Original Poem Assignment Write an Original Poem Write a poem that contains the following elements: • • • One of the forms studied (sonnet, free verse, lyric, narrative) At least one of these poetic devices: first-person point of view, rhyme, repetition, or meter Two or more uses of figurative language: metaphor, simile, personification, alliteration, hyperbole, allusion Review the rubric before submitting your assignment so you understand how you will be graded. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 1 English | Rubric | Assignment | Write an Original Poem (30 points) Rubric Assignment: Write an Original Poem (30 points) Criterion Exemplary (27–30 points) Proficient (23–26 points) Emerging (18–22 points) Not Evident (below 18 points) Score and Comments Poetic Devices Poem contains one of these: first-person point of view, rhyme, repetition, or meter. Poem skillfully incorporates a distinct rhyme scheme, repetition, or meter. If poem is written from the first-person point of view, it allows the reader to clearly discern thoughts, feelings, and observations of the speaker. Poem contains one of these: first-person point of view, rhyme, repetition, or meter. Poem incorporates a rhyme scheme, repetition, or meter. If poem is written from the first-person point of view, it allows the reader to discern thoughts, feelings, and observations of the speaker with some clarity. Poem contains one of these: first-person point of view, rhyme, repetition, or meter. Poem attempts to incorporate a rhyme scheme, repetition, or meter, but may be inconsistent or difficult to discern. If the poem is written from the firstperson point of view, it is inconsistent or obscures the thoughts, feelings, and observations of the narrator. Poem does not contain a distinct rhyme scheme, repetition, or meter, or is so inconsistent as to have little effect on the reader. If written from the first-person point of view, the poem consistently obscures the thoughts, feelings, and observations of the narrator. Score: Poem is written in free verse or in the form of a sonnet, lyric, or narrative. Form is clear and consistent throughout and adds to the meaning. Poem is written in free verse or in the form of a sonnet, lyric, or narrative. Form is clear and consistent throughout. Poem is written in free verse or in the form of a sonnet, lyric, or narrative. Form is sometimes unclear or lacks consistency. Poem appears to have no coherent structure. Form is unclear. Score: Use the first-person point of view Use poetic techniques such as rhyme scheme or meter Points Possible: 9 Form Write poetry in various forms Points Possible: 8 © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Comments: Comments: Page 1 of 2 English | Rubric | Assignment | Write an Original Poem (30 points) Criterion Exemplary (27–30 points) Proficient (23–26 points) Emerging (18–22 points) Not Evident (below 18 points) Score and Comments Figurative Language Poem clearly and skillfully incorporates more than two instances of figurative language that clearly convey experiences and create emotion. Poem clearly and skillfully incorporates two instances of figurative language that clearly convey experiences and create emotion. Poem clearly and skillfully incorporates one instance of figurative language that clearly conveys experiences and creates emotion. Poem contains no figurative language that conveys experiences and emotions. Score: Poem follows rules of spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation; three or fewer errors are present. Poem mostly follows rules of spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation; 4–6 errors are present. Poem shows marked inconsistency in following the rules of spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation; 7–10 errors are present. Poem fails to follow rules of spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation; over 11 errors are present. Score: Use figurative language to convey experiences and create emotion Points Possible: 9 Mechanics/Conventions Points Possible: 4 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 ...
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