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Be You & Become a Better Writer: Poetry Writing, FLEX Class
Writing Poetry: Fun with Cinquain, Diamante, Haiku, and Acrostic Poems
Turn your child into a poet as they come play and write with poetry in this ongoing class. We'll explore Haikus, Diamante, Cinquain, and Acrostic poems in a fun and interactive way!
US Grade 3 - 6
Are you looking for a class to help your child learn poetry? Perhaps you would like them to work on writing skills? Poetry is a wonderful way for your child to explore this unique style of writing and utilize different writing skills than traditional fiction story writing. This class is designed to teach four different poetry forms over the course of four weeks while at the same time providing your child lots of writing practice! In this interactive class, your child will be...
Students will learn the characteristics of the following poems: - haiku - dimante - cinquain - acrostic
I am excited to offer this course as I have been teaching poetry in my classroom and library for over 15 years. My Master's in Reading and National Board certification has strengthened my teaching abilities and this is a topic which I love sharing with students. Often poetry is negatively viewed by students, but I work to make it fun, exciting, and interactive. My hope is students walk away with a newfound appreciation and love for poetry! Anyone can be a poet!
None; however students can explore teacher suggested resources on their own if they would like.
* paper and pencil/pen or you may use dry erase/wipe board and marker please note: if it is easier for your child to type his/her poem, that is fine too! I will share resources such as poetry books, websites, and other materials that students can further their investigation of poetry.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For the haiku class, we will use the following website: https://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/haiku-poem-interactive I will share the site as part of my instructional focus and will work together with students to complete a class haiku. Students are able to freely explore the haiku link after our class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! I am a licensed PK - 6 Teacher and have a Master's in Reading and I love to share my passion for the joy of learning with students. I also am a Nationally Board Certified teacher and even served as a Fulbright Exchange Teacher, teaching...
1x per week
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Completed by 28 learners
Live video meetings
4-6 learners per class