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Cinquain Graphic Organizer A cinquain is a five-line poem that describes a person, place, or thing. Apple Red, Shiny Biting, Chewing, Bobbing Do Not Eat the Seeds Snack! Use this organizer to write your own cinquain. One word that tells what your poem is about (its subject) Two words that describe your subject Three action -ing words that describe something your subject does One or two words.
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This FREE Cinquain Poem includes 1 poem to write. It includes a Word Count Cinquain poem. A Cinquain poem is a verse of 5 lines that do not rhyme but follow a pattern. This pack includes the pattern and an example of the poem. It also includes a final draft writing paper for students to write their poem on. This is a great freebie to introduce how to write a Cinquain poem. Students can use the.
Butterfly cinquain: An American cinquain is merged with a reverse cinquain, such that the final two syllable line of the American cinquain is the first line of the reverse cinquain. The result is a nine line poem with the syllable-per-line pattern of 2-4-6-8-2-8-6-4-2. Crown cinquain: Five American cinquains written to form a single five-stanza.
This HOW TO WRITE a CINQUAIN Worksheet is suitable for 7th - 9th Grade. In this literature worksheet, students explore and practice writing their on cinquain poems by following the simple directions given for each of the five lines required.
LESSON 8: Poetry: Writing CinquainsLESSON 9: Poetry: Writing DiamontesLESSON 10: Poetry: Writing Limericks. As today’s assignment, I ask kids to write two Cinquain poems that they will be able to choose from for the final draft later in the unit. Most kids will choose to write a few. I remind them that I will choose a few students to share so that they make sure to complete their task.