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How to Teach Poetry (Even if You Hate it

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"My mind sort of works like a search engine. You ask me something, and I start seeing pictures." Temple Grandin

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Get your students excited about poetry with this hands-on, interactive escape room. Students will work through five different classic poems (Robert Frost, Claude McKay, Amy Lowell, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Edgar Guest). Using their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor, students will work to unlock clues to return missing poets to their poems.

Poetry Escape Room (Breakout Room) for grades 6-8

Get your students excited about poetry with this hands-on, interactive escape room. Students will work through five different classic poems (Robert Frost, Claude McKay, Amy Lowell, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Edgar Guest). Using their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor, students will work to unlock clues to return missing poets to their poems.

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. For each poem, students will: 1. Make observations. 2. Identify and analyze the four rhetorical relationships. 3. Connect the rhetorical relationships to THEME. 4. Write their own original poems inspired by the model poem. 5. Write an explication of their original poems. Excellent for English Language Arts in grades 8-12.

Poetry Bundle: 20 Short Poems to Teach Rhetorical Relationships & Explication

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. For each poem, students will: 1. Make observations. 2. Identify and analyze the four rhetorical relationships. 3. Connect the rhetorical relationships to THEME. 4. Write their own original poems inspired by the model poem. 5. Write an explication of their original poems. Excellent for English Language Arts in grades 8-12.

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. For each poem, students will:  1. Make observations. 2. Identify and analyze the four rhetorical relationships (shift, contrast, repetition, and juxtaposition) 3.  Explain key relationships in the poem.  4.  Write their own original poems.  These lessons are great to use as bell ringers, group practice, or full class exercises.  Bespoke…

Poetry Bundle: 20 Short Poems to Teach Rhetorical Relationships & Explication

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. For each poem, students will: 1. Make observations. 2. Identify and analyze the four rhetorical relationships (shift, contrast, repetition, and juxtaposition) 3. Explain key relationships in the poem. 4. Write their own original poems. These lessons are great to use as bell ringers, group practice, or full class exercises. Bespoke…

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition.  Excellent for English classes in middle school and high school as mentor texts, mini-lessons, and bell ringers.  by Bespoke ELA

Poetry Bundle: 20 Short Poems to Teach Rhetorical Relationships & Explication

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. Excellent for English classes in middle school and high school as mentor texts, mini-lessons, and bell ringers. by Bespoke ELA

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