Read & Write Poetry: Explore & Write Poetry Using Famous Paintings
In this one-time class, students will use three famous paintings as a basis for practicing poetry analysis and writing skills with a focus on the figurative language terms: imagery, alliteration and hyperbole.
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In this class, students will use three famous paintings (they will guess the artists and paintings) as inspiration to practice their poetry analysis skills and then write a poem of their own. Each part of the class builds on the next, ultimately leading to the poem-writing activity at the end of the class. The agenda for the class is as follows: • Welcome and introductions • Learn/review figurative language terms (imagery, alliteration & hyperbole) • Figurative language game • Painting and...
Students will will practice poetry analysis as well as plan and write their own poem by the end of the class while mastering three types of figurative language in this class.
I am a certified English teacher and have taught in a classroom for almost 20 years. Many of my students have had their stories and poems from my classes published and have won numerous awards. I have also had some of my work published.
There is no homework for this class.
1 file available upon enrollmentPlease print out the handout for this class ahead of time and have a pen/pencil ready to use at the start of class.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Passionate English, Creative Writing & Social Studies Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
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Hello. I am passionate about Creative Writing, literature, and History. I have taught a variety of subjects over the years including Creative Writing, English, European History, Ancient History, Canadian History, Canadian and International Law and...