Good Example Of Literature Review On OH The Places You’LL Go!
Type of paper: Literature Review
Topic: Literature, Poetry, Poem, Life, Head, Message, Voice, Animation
The age range for this famous poem by Dr. Seuss is acceptable for kids as young as five years old, all the way through the high school graduate. I say this because it is a very popular poem for the individual who is transitioning to a new phase in their lives. If I read this poem out loud to a younger group of students that are between 5-10 years old, I would be very animated as I read the poem. I would not use props, but I would you my body as I read the line. While reading the first line of the poem ‘you have brains in your head’, I would point to my head; the second line ‘you have feet in your shoes’, I would point to my feet; and in the line of the poem that says ‘life’s a great balancing act’ I would mimic the motion of balancing. These are the types of physically animated movements I would use, along with a very cheerful silliness as I read the poem. My voice fluctuations would go high and low based on the emotion I am looking to deliver in eat verse of the poem. I think that between the physical animation and voice fluctuations, I could relay the light hearted yet significant message of the poem, which delivers the message to people that life is an adventure and we all are capable to become whatever we want on this journey.
Dr. Seuss,. (2014). Oh the places you'll go!. Retrieved from https://www.earlymoments.com/dr-