|K||K.9.d)||ELA||Virginia 2010 English Standards of Learning|
|K||K.RI.LCS.11.2.||ELA||Reading – Informational Text (RI)|
|K||K.8.a)||ELA||Virginia 2010 English Standards of Learning|
|K||RI.K.1||ELA||Reading Standards for Informational Text|
|K||0.10.5.5.c.||ELA||Language Benchmarks K-5|
|K||0.10.6.6.||ELA||Language Benchmarks K-5|
|K||K.RI.LCS.9.2.||ELA||Reading – Informational Text (RI)|
Students will be able to identify the characteristics of a limerick, recognize rhyme and count syllables.
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- Have students view Wonder 221.
- Teacher will distribute a copy of a limerick to each student.
- Teacher will have a student read a line at a time aloud,
- Have students underline rhyming words at end of each line.
- Explain to students the rhyme pattern of aa, bb, c.
- Have students count syllables of each line after it is read.
- Students will be given a second handout of a limerick with which to practice.
- Students will dissect limericks noting rhyme pattern, syllable count and other characteristics of a limerick.
- Students will create and illustrate their own limerick.