Read, Analyze, Write, Design, and Create: A Poetry Card (One-Time Class)
In this class, learners analyze a poem to learn the various parts and forms of a poem. Learners then apply their skills by writing and creating a poetry card. This experience will help them understand how poetry can be used.
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Poetry is a form of literature that is misunderstood. Many learners ask why is it written this way or why does it rhyme? Learning about the parts of poems will help learners understand the patterns of rhyme scheme, stanzas, meters, and the use of figurative speech in a poem. They learn that poets share their messages by using special words and by placing their lines on the page in special ways. Most poems are written to talk about normal, everyday things or feelings in new and unusual ways....
Learners will read and analyze a poem. Learners will learn about a different poetry type. Learners will learn about different poetry tips and analyze their special effects. Learners will learn about a literary element using a poem. Learners will write their own poem based on the focused poem. Learners will design and create a poetry card.
Before class learning activities and possible completion of poetry design and creation after class is completed. Learners will begin their poetry card in class and complete it after class if more time is needed.
Attached files (please download and print, if necessary…some of these files are interactive therefore there Is no need to print) pencil with an eraser colored pencils or crayons scissors: regular and decorative lined paper: for notetaking (2 sheets) craft items: cardstock, ribbon, stencils, yarn, designing stamps, sequins, wiggly eyes, etc. Learners should use any craft item to create and decorate their poetry card. I suggest using whatever you already have in the house. You will be surprised I have attached a file with examples of poetry cards I’ve created to toggle their creative minds.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners will be formatively assessed on their understanding of the poetry form and poetry tips.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
“Poetry Tips!” by Literacy Art by Iris “Poetry Types” by The Superhero Teacher “Teaching Literary Elements Using Poetry” by Paul B. Janeczko “Comprehension Activities in Poetry” by Steck Vaughn
Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies Teacher for Kindergarten - Highschool
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24 total reviews
38 completed classes
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