Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Poet Simon Armitage goes on the trail of one of the jewels in the crown of British poetry, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, written about 600 years ago by an unknown author
possible background resource for teachers - British Poetry literature study guide
A British Poetry Anthology for Learning Language Arts Through Literature: The Gold Book British Literature
British Poetry, British Literature, The Gold, Poetry Anthology, Printing, Learning, Books, The O'jays, Language Arts
Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh (centre) and the Princess Royal (left) listen to poetry readings during a Reception for Contemporary British Poetry at Buckingham Palace, London.
Princess Michael of Kent (left), Princess Royal (second left), the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II (right) listen to poetry readings during a Reception for Contemporary British Poetry at Buckingham Palace, London.
British Poetry Unit: Metaphysical and Romantic Poets
This British poetry unit covers the best metaphysical and Romantic poets while addressing all the Common Core State Standards. This mostly student-directed unit has students researching, analyzing, presenting and writing about these sometimes bawdy poems! Includes all rubrics, teacher notes and teacher keys. $
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh host a Reception for Contemporary British Poetry at Buckingham Palace, London.