Christina Palumbo

Sat, 20 May 2017 00:59:47 +0000

Oh, it's so #bleeping on. Blackout #poets, unite! #blackoutpoetry #Aprilis

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    High School and Middle School English: focus on the process and use revision stations to do so. Read about how I use them in my classroom.

    Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year.

    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.

    Chart shows different types of poetry with samples and definitions of each. Back of chart features reproducible activities, subject information, and helpful tips. 17" x 22" classroom size.

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    In this unit, I have included TEN poems by classic authors that involve winter in some respect. Students are to annotate poems, categorize them into pro-winter and anti-winter, write an explication essay, present a comparison/contrast of poems, and write an original poem. This is a great unit to target the Common Core!

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    Setup for blackout poetry activity-simple!