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You know that collective sigh, the one that choruses around the room when you enthusiastically announce, "Class, the next unit we'll be entering into is poetry!" If poetry is taught the right way, st
A Week-Long Poetry Unit
Problem: I would love to study poetry with my class but I'm not sure how to go about it. Solution: Read on! Here is a way to structure a week-long study of poetry: Preparation -
30 Poems to Teach Using The Big Six — Mud and Ink Teaching
The Big Six is a tool that I developed in graduate school to help teachers take a consistent, rigorous, and focused approach to teaching poetry analysis. When teaching poetry, the goal for teachers is simple: GET OUT OF THE WAY. The worst damage we can do as teachers is setting the stage for teacher-led and teacher-dictated conversations about poems, what they mean, and how they should be interpreted. Here are 30 poems to help you do that in your classroom. #poetry #teachingpoetry
Edgar Allan Poe - Create Your Own POE-M Activity
Create Your Own Poe-Esque Poem! In this fun and dynamic activity, students will be able to create a poem that has Poe's classic tone and atmosphere. This resembles a magnetic poetry set with specific words in boxes that the students put down in the order they choose. The first part of this activity...
Poetry Posters and Reading Anchor Charts, Types and Elements of Poetry Writing
These poetry posters and interactive anchor charts are a must have for introducing and reinforcing tons of important poetry vocabulary and concepts. Printing flexibility allows for either reading poetry posters, interactive anchor charts, or mini (half page) posters/anchor charts for students' read...
Teaching Students to Comprehend Poetry in 7 Steps - Study All Knight
Today I am excited to welcome Kim from English Oh My as our guest blogger. She has some great ideas for teaching students to comprehend poetry in a manageable way. Enjoy! Happy April, and Happy National Poetry Month! Poetry is a timeless genre, and it is a part of most English Language curriculum. When I tell ... Read more
5 Ways to Analyze Poetry
Five ways to analyze poetry in the middle school ELA and high school English classroom. Make teaching poetry fun by implementing these poetry teaching ideas. #poetry #teachingpoetry #secondaryELA
Poetry Analysis for Middle School Students
Poetry Analysis for BIG KIDS-how to engage your upper elementary to middle school students' love of poetry through thoughtful and meaningful poetry analysis instruction.
Poetry Escape Room Review Activity
This EDITABLE Poetry Escape Room has a Figurative Language Sort, Poetic Devices Puzzle, Close Reading activity, and a secret poem. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you've hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take...