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These are all questions to introduce to students before reading a poem or a verse novel. The questions could be displayed at the front of the room for students to refer to throughout, or they could write the questions on their own paper to answer as they read.

These are all questions to introduce to students before reading a poem or a verse novel. The questions could be displayed at the front of the room for students to refer to throughout, or they could write the questions on their own paper to answer as they read.

Building a Poem Writing Notebook Anchor Chart, Reading and Writing the Language of Poetry Unit Resources, Notebook Charts, Large Anchor Charts/Slides for Teaching, Revision Checklists, Rubric:

Poetry

Building a Poem Writing Notebook Anchor Chart, Reading and Writing the Language of Poetry Unit Resources, Notebook Charts, Large Anchor Charts/Slides for Teaching, Revision Checklists, Rubric:

I made my OREO anchor chart! Great for opinion/persuasive writing!

I made my OREO anchor chart! Great for opinion/persuasive writing!

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scrivere-errori-comuni-inglese

Let me start by saying that I don’t have a picture-perfect room. As a matter of fact, I like a bit of randomness in my class! Those of you who have the super-cute and matching rooms always get my nod of approval, but that just doesn’t work for me. With that being said, below are …

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Let me start by saying that I don’t have a picture-perfect room. As a matter of fact, I like a bit of randomness in my class! Those of you who have the super-cute and matching rooms always get my nod of approval, but that just doesn’t work for me. With that being said, below are …

Use this fun, educational vocabulary worksheet to help students memorize the different parts of a poem. This activity is ideal for grades 4, 5, 6, and 7.

Poetry Vocabulary Match

Use this fun, educational vocabulary worksheet to help students memorize the different parts of a poem. This activity is ideal for grades 4, 5, 6, and 7.

Imagery in Poetry: Can you see it now? by Jessie Metzger. Using Oranges by Gary Soto, Daffodils by William Wordsworth, and The Red Wheelbarrow by William Carlos Williams, I attempt to define, identify, explain, and analyze imagery in poetry. At the end of the video, students are left with the challenge of creating their own poem.

Imagery in Poetry: Can you see it now? by Jessie Metzger. Using Oranges by Gary Soto, Daffodils by William Wordsworth, and The Red Wheelbarrow by William Carlos Williams, I attempt to define, identify, explain, and analyze imagery in poetry. At the end of the video, students are left with the challenge of creating their own poem.

Figurative Language

Figurative Language

Onomatopoeia Pop Art Activity FREEBIE, fun adaptation by utilizing technology for the art project.  Thanks Angie Gray.

Onomatopoeia Pop Art Activity FREEBIE, fun adaptation by utilizing technology for the art project. Thanks Angie Gray.

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