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Narrative Genre Review
Read the passage and try again.Sorry!
First SnowSnow makes whiteness where it falls.The bushes look
like popcorn-balls.And places where I always play,Look like
somewhere else today.Marie Louise AllenPoetry Example 2
What makes this poetry?Correct!
48In order of appearance:This is Just to Say by William Carlos
WilliamsFirst Snow by Marie Louise AllenGeorge Gets Swine Flu from
www.kidsinco.comThe Wizard, the Fairy and the Magic Chicken by
Helen LesterEaster by Joyce KilmerDragonatomy by Matt
DoedenImogenes Antlers by David Small (also picture from
book)Winter Moon by Langston HughesWhere the Wild Things Are by
Maurice Sendak (also picture from book)Paul Bunyan by Steven
Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by J.K. RowlingThe Legend of the
Bluebonnet by Tomie DePaola (also picture from book)The Lion, the
Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia) by C.S.
LewisCinderella by the Brothers Grimm, retold by
www.kidsinco.comWizard of Oz retold by www.kidsinco.comHey, Al! by
Arthur YorinksWinter Moon by Langston HughesGeorge Gets Swine Flu
from www.kidsinco.com Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi
Barrett Ode to the Goose by Luo BinwangPecos Bill retold by Bill
BalcziakThe Puzzle from www.kidsinco.com
Words written to create thoughts and feelings from the reader.
It often uses rhythm and rhyme.
Things to look for:Words that make a picture in the readers
mindWords are carefully chosenSticks to one topicShorter lines than
a storyDivided into verses (short groups of words)
PoetryFirst SnowSnow makes whiteness where it falls.The bushes
look like popcorn-balls.And places where I always play,Look like
somewhere else today.Marie Louise AllenWhat makes this poetry?
Uses few words to create a pictureGood word choiceSticks to one
topicThis is an example of fantasy.
A legend is a story handed down for many years through people
telling them over and over. Legends are probably based on fact, but
not be all true.
Look for:Characters who are brave and unselfishOverstated traits
of strength and braveryGood wins over evilHappened a long time
agoPart fact and part fictionMight be about a famous heroCan
explain how something came to be or exist