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Read, Analyze, Write, Design, and Create: A Poetry Card (One-Time Class)

Michelle Guice
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(24)
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.

Class experience

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.
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.
“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
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(24)
Hello! I am so excited about teaching Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies on Outschool. One of my favorite mottos is, “Happy Learning! Happy Teaching! Happy Learning!” I incorporate this motto into my philosophy of teaching in that I am... 
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per class
Meets once
40 min

Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-10
1-9 learners per class

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