Students are each assigned a Scripture passage (based on what part of Scripture you are working on). Students then look up the passage and write a traditional haiku that summarizes the passage. A haiku follows the format of 3 lines of no rhyminig poetry. First line has 5 syllables, second line has 7 syllables, and third line has 5 syllables again. Students then present the haikus to the class as a quick way of reviewing a section of Scripture.
Grade Level: High School, Middle School, Elementary
Subject: Religion, Sacred Scripture
Learner: Traditional Classroom, Advanced Placement, Homeschooled Students, CCD/Parish-Based Education
Tagged as: scripture, haiku
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