Writing a Bio-Poem

Writing a Bio-Poem
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Editor's Note: This project can be used on it's ownor in addition to Tamera's Biographical Scrapbook Project

Introduce yourself through a Bio-poem. Follow the form of the sample Bio-poem below. Remember: your Bio-poem can be whatever length you want it to be. It doesn't have to be thirteen lines long, and you don't have to include exactly three ideas in any of the lines. The form is a simple guideline. Make sure that you do use words that are descriptive, colorful and lively. It should be YOUR creative expression about YOU.



Suggested Bio-Poem Form

Line 1: Your first name

Line 2: Who is...(Descriptive words that describe you)

Line 3: Who is brother or sister of...

Line 4: Who loves...(three ideas or people)

Line 5: Who feels...(three ideas )

Line 6: Who needs...(three ideas)

Line 7: Who gives...(three ideas)

Line 8: Who fears...(three ideas)

Line 9: Who would like to see...

Line 10: Who shares...

Line 11: Who is...

Line 12: Who is a resident of...

Line 13: Your last name


Example Bio-Poem

Allison Nicole

Creative, intelligent, fun, responsible, self-disciplined, and enthusiastic

Sister of Meghan Darby, Melinda, Chris and Harrison

Loves to create art, make up plays and commercials, ride Daddy's Harley, and run track

Who needs the telephone, her hair brush, macaroni and cheese, her friends and family

Who gives her MeMaw much joy, her father and mother much pride; brother and sister love

Who feels joy with her friends, creating art work, running, watching movies and eating

Who fears going from one room to another, not doing well on tests, zits and coming in last

Who would like to own a Harley, win the 880, see her room neat and tidy, win the lottery

Who shares her secrets, her worries, and her love with MeMaw

Who is an honor roll student, a typical 13-year old, a friend to Amber, Melissa and Christy

Who is a resident of Jacksonville, Florida

Chase 


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If you like this, you may enjoy: 

Teaching Poetry to Children

Biographical Interview Questions

Autobiographical/Biographical Scrapbook Project


 

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Tamera is a stay-at-home-wife who loves to cook, read, write, garden and craft. She has a free email newsletter called Tamera's Tea Time Talk and Culinary Chatter.
 
 
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