Great Ideas And Tips For Teaching Poetry. Poetry reveals many aspects of life that they may not get to experience or witness first hand. Poetry may speak some ‘truth’ about how others live and that helps build empathy with our students. Read on for 6 ways you can set your students interest ablaze for poetry! Grades 4-12 | Middle School ELA | High School English
Love it or hate it, poetry is unavoidable in the secondary ELA classroom. This blog post explores high-interest poetry activities to inspire your students to write poems. Poetry writing is a challenging way to target literary analysis skills. Students will enjoy the various poetry writing activities
Whether you are in the classroom or experiencing elearning for the very first time, poetry is the perfect way to add much needed diversity, analytical skills, and fun to your classroom. This collaboration features 12 ideas for middle and high school ELA and English teachers to integrate into their lesson planning all year long or for National Poetry Month. #poetryteacher #englishteacher #nationalpoetrymonth #elateacher
Try this fun, interactive craft with kids, perfect for celebrating Poetry Month in April and an fun introduction to one of the greatest children’s book authors, Shel Silverstein. Share your completed trees online with #ShelPoetTree!
I admit, I have never been one to go all out for National Poetry Month in April. I enjoy reading poems with my class and poetry books definitely get their rotation in my monthly book display, but poetry projects or multi-day lessons never seem to fit in. First of all, April is peak testing season