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poetic devices anchor chart plus ideas for teaching a week-long poetry unit at the elementary level
I love these FREE poetry templates! So easy to teach haiku, cinquain, and diamante. These were perfect for my writing center, and easy to make a quick bulletin board. The perfect addition to any poetry or writer's workshop.
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Take away the hassle of planning learning stations. Ready-to-use poetry stations for high school and middle school classrooms. #highschoolEnglish #middleschoolEnglish #poetry
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Teaching poetry in the upper grades can seem like a difficult task, but this poetry unit will walk your students through 11 forms of poetry and and 8 elements of poetry. The end product is a complete book of original poems!
If you've read Teaching With a Mountain View for any amount of time, it's likely that you know how much I ADORE anchor charts for the classr...
poetry tools anchor chart
Two fun poetry activities for your middle school students! Easy and low-prep!
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