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Beginning Creative Writing: Poems and Poetry
Unpacking Poetry- A Reading and Writing Poetry Workshop
In this four-session poetry workshop, students read poetry, unpack and discuss poetic language, and write in various poetic styles.
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$13 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
55 minutes per class
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What makes a poem a poem? Let's unpack poetry together! We'll learn about poetic styles and language, discuss what each poem means to us, and use what we learn to write poems of our own. If you love poetry this class is for you. If you don't like poetry, this class might just change your mind! This class is for all types of learners, will help strengthen reading comprehension, and be a lot of fun! Poetic Terms Covered- - Figurative Language, Metaphor, Simile, Hyperbole, Imagery,...
Students will learn about the elements that make a poem a poem. They will be exposed to a variety of poems written by a variety of poets. They will also gain confidence in both reading and writing poetry.
I received my Secondary English teaching license in 2004. Since then, I have taught in public schools, private schools, and online. I currently teach ELL, ELA, and creative writing to students ages 4-84. My teaching style is encouraging and creative. I want my students to learn how they learn best, to feel supported, and for reading and writing to be enjoyable.
We will have time in class to begin writing poems. In addition, students are encouraged to write poetry in between classes.
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents will need something to write with and paper or a journal. Some sessions may offer activities where scissors, glue, and markers are needed. I use Nearpod for many of my classes. A link to access the interactive lesson will be posted in the classroom. Parents will also receive a handout explaining how to use Nearpod. Students do not have to signup for Nearpod to access the lesson.
The teacher will assess learning during class discussions and help students work through any challenges.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Nearpod- I use Nearpod (a free website) in all of my classes to provide interactive ways for students to engage in the material. My lessons may include educational YouTube videos in the Nearpod lesson. Students can only see and engage with the videos and materials I choose. I guide them through the lesson. Nearpod also allows students to annotate the texts we're reading, listen to the text if they are auditory learners, and interact with each other through a collaborative board. These activities are only available during class and while I am on-site with them.
Creative Writing and Reading Classes
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81 completed classes
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