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JOYCE SIDMAN  “Writing helps us understand the world; wed be lost  without it.”	  
BIOGRAPHY  Born and raised in   Currently lives in    Enjoys snuggling     She has written close to 100  Connecticut      ...
WORKS INCLUDE:•  As well as:-Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night (Newbery Medal nominated)-Ubiquitous: Celebrating N...
WRITERLYTechniques                                                      Themes•  voice	  of	  poem	  told	  from	  a	  his...
Grass	  EXAMPLE’S OF SIDMAN’S                                              I	  grow	  in	  places	  POEMS                 ...
CONTENT CONNECTION:Welcome	  to	  Night	                                                               Activity: Complete ...
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  1. 1. JOYCE SIDMAN “Writing helps us understand the world; wed be lost without it.”  
  2. 2. BIOGRAPHY Born and raised in Currently lives in Enjoys snuggling She has written close to 100 Connecticut Wayzata, with her dog and books! (eleven are Minnesota reading published)Earned Bachelor’s Spent a lot of time as a child in Volunteers at Children’sDegree in German the Poconos area: Hospital in Minneapolis,from Wesleyan -deer watching MNUniversity -blueberry picking -tractor riding
  3. 3. WORKS INCLUDE:•  As well as:-Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night (Newbery Medal nominated)-Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature’s Survivors-Song of the Water Boatman and Other Pond Poems-Meow Ruff: A Story in Concrete Poetry-This is Just to Say: Poems of Apology and Forgiveness-The World According to Dog: Poems and Teen Voices-Eureka!: Poems about Inventors-Just Us Two: Poems/Animal Dads-Like the Air: Poems-When I Was Young and Old-Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night
  4. 4. WRITERLYTechniques Themes•  voice  of  poem  told  from  a  historical   •  natural  world   figure  or  an  animal   •  outdoor  setting  •  sometimes  in  shape  of  an  animal   •  animals  •  obvious  rhyme  scheme   •  Insects  •  alliteration   •  appealing  to  those  who  love  being  •  easy  to  follow  language   outdoors  and  adventure  •  image  •  narrative  poem  
  5. 5. Grass  EXAMPLE’S OF SIDMAN’S I  grow  in  places  POEMS others  can’t,   where  wind  is  high   and  water  scant.   I  drink  the  rain,   Welcome  to  the  Night   I  eat  the  sun;  To  all  of  you  who  crawl  and  creep,  who  buzz  and  chirp  and  hoot  and  peep,   before  the  prairie  winds  who  wake  at  dusk  and  throw  off  sleep:   I  run.  Welcome  to  the  night.   I  see,  I  sprout,   I  grow,  I  creep,  To  you  who  make  the  forest  sing,  who  dip  and  dodge  on  silent  wing,   and  in  the  ice  who  flutter,  hover,  clasp,  and  cling:   and  snow,  I  sleep.  Welcome  to  the  night!   On  steppe  or  veld  Come  feel  the  cool  and  shadowed  breeze,   or  pampas  dry,  come  smell  your  way  among  the  trees,  come  touch  rough  bark  and  leathered   beneath  the  grand,   enormous  sky,  leaves:  Welcome  to  the  night.   I  make  my  humble,   bladed  bed.  The  nights  a  sea  of  dappled  dark,    the  nights  a  feast  of  sound  and  spark,   And  where  there’s  level  ground,  the  nights  a  wild,  enchanted  park.   I  spread.    Welcome  to  the  night!  
  6. 6. CONTENT CONNECTION:Welcome  to  Night   Activity: Complete Graphic OrganizerTEKS  Connection:  §112.12.  Science,  Grade  1,   Students could complete the following graphic organizerBeginning  with  School  Year  2010-­‐2011.   after the teacher reads the poem to the class. She may(b)    Knowledge  and  skills.   ask questions along the way to prompt student’s knowledge about nocturnal animals. Students could(10)    Organisms  and  environments.  The  student   complete the following organizer with their table.knows  that  organisms  resemble  their  parents  and   Nocturnal Non-Nocturnalhave  structures  and  processes  that  help  them  survive  within  their  environments.  The  student  is   Examplesexpected  to:   of*(A)    investigate  how  the  external  characteristics   different animals:of  an  animal  are  related  to  where  it  lives,  how  it  moves,  and  what  it  eats;   Characteristics:

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