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Help your students to LOVE writing poetry with this creative and easy to implement Three Week Poetry Unit! Students write many different types of poetry, analyze poetry by learning poetic devices and terms, create a beautiful poetry portfolio, take a quiz, and do poetry presentations. All the prep w
This Poetry Guide Practical Poetry: A Guide to Teaching the Common Core Text Exemplars for Poetry in Grades 6-8 - 272 pages! Focuses specifically on teaching the Common Core standards in English Language Arts through the Common Core Text Exemplars for Poetry in Grades 6-8. Includes author biographi
Your students will write poetry with comfort and ease! In this Writing Poetry Packet, students are led through the process of writing 22 different types of poetry including Definition/Anit-Definition Poem, Haiku, Sonnets, Blackout Poetry, Found Poems, 2-Line Poems, Condensed Poetry, Prose Poetry, Me
This lesson guides students through a careful analysis of Emily Dickinson's poem "Hope Is the Thing With Feathers." After analyzing it, students can then write their own poem of hope. By middle school, most students are familiar with figurative language like simile and metaphor, so this poem offer
This lesson, designed for yearbook staffers, teaches themes of inclusiveness and identity to start the staff thinking in that direction for the year. It is excellent for back to school, but could be done anytime of year to build team spirit and cohesiveness among staff members. Student Experience:
If you have decided to share Emily Dickinson’s work with your students, this may be the packet you need. This is a 39 page packet and contains a great amount of resources that will help you in your endeavor to share Emily’s poetry. Included in the 39 pages isL -overhead transparency: Short Biogr
Poetry analysis is a snap with this lesson that has everything you need to teach this delightful poem! This lesson guides students through a careful analysis of Emily Dickinson's poem "Hope Is the Thing With Feathers." After analyzing it, students can then write their own poem of hope.What teachers
Inspire your students with these Poetry Writing Activities! Students read famous poems by greats such as Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, Walt Whitman, Sandra Cisneros and more! Students use the famous poems as inspiration for their own poetry. This format allows students who previously didn’t know
Your students will love analyzing this beautiful poem that describes the sunrise and sunset and then writing their own "I'll tell you..." poems. Students analyze the poem "A Day" by Emily Dickinson and write their own companion poem. Students use literary analysis skills and examine the vivid detai
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and in this FREE POETRY ASSIGNMENT students read Emily Dickinson’s poem, “I’m Nobody! Who are you?” and write a poem in response. This is a great way to get students excited about writing poetry while exposing them to great poetry! Includes a link to a stu
Introduce your students to poetry analysis with these activities and graphic organizers for Google Classroom™. This product includes a complete, easy-to-use lesson plan with biographical information about Emily Dickinson and resources to closely analyze her famous poem “Hope is the thing with feathe
Poems with wintery themes to use all year. These classic poems (included in the packet) will appeal to grades 7-10 during all seasons. Great for Poetry Month or any unit. Poets include Emily Bronte, Shakespeare, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Robert Louis Stevenson, Wallace Stevens, Emily Dickinson, a
This is a collection of worksheets and handouts that I have created for my Emily Dickinson poetry unit, in which we analyze the following poems:"Success is counted sweetest""I'm 'Wife' - I've finished that""I taste a liquor never brewed""The Soul selects her own Society""Hope is the thing with feath
Teaching text structure is essential but challenging. Part of the trick is to find texts that are compelling, engaging, and relevant but that also have interesting text structures! To help make this process easier, I've bundled together resources for 5 poems that will engage and challenge students w
PLEASE READ: This bundle includes secure PDF documents. If you purchased my Poetry Unit, Love That Dog novel unit, Hate That Cat novel unit, or Emily story activities (see links above), this bundle contains the same products. Students identify figures of speech, read poetry examples that contain th
Looking for an innovative poetry unit that will get your students excited about reading, discussing, and writing their own poetry?This proven resource will conquer your students’ fear of verse and get them exploring their world through poems.When you teach your upper elementary and middle school cla
Emily Dickinson's poetry is a staple in many American literature classrooms. Her idiosyncratic writing style of blank verse and dashes makes her, as John Green says, "the poet of paradox." To help students interact with Dickinson's classic work, I've put together resources for two of her well-known
Delve into character analysis, poetry, grammar, and informational text with this engaging bundle designed for distance learning. This bundle includes seven comprehensive assignments that can be used for distance learning, summer school activities, and back to school. Save 20% when you bundle. Learn
Analyzing text structure can be a tricky skill for students. For teachers, it can be equally challenging to choose texts that have meaningful structural elements but that also engage students. That's why I've put together this set for teaching the poem “’Hope’ is the thing with feathers- (314)” by E
This mini-unit on poetry should cover a week or more in your English, Language Arts or Creative Writing classroom. Featured poets include: Emily Dickinson Sylvia Plath Gwendolyn Brooks Margaret Atwood William Carlos Williams Walt Whitman, and more! Included are two powerpoints--one introducing term
I created this poetry unit in my fourth year teaching, and I wanted to share it with you! I had a lot of success using slam poetry, visuals, and interactive activities when teaching poetry. Students typically groan and moan about how BORING poetry is...but after a few lessons, even the most reluctan
Dive deep into Emily Dickinson's life, poetry and writing strategies with this author study in your classroom. Your students will have the opportunity not only to learn more about this wonderful poet, they will have a chance to imitate her writing strategies and see if they themselves have a knack
Are you looking for different ways for students to interact with poetry while studying Emily Dickinson? Using an interactive foldable is a fantastic way to provide kinesthetic movement to the poetry experience! This resource comes ready for traditional face to face classroom instruction or for learn
Help comfort your students with knowing that they are not alone in being separated from the world. In this task, students learn from a pro, Emily Dickinson, America’s first writer to practice social distancing. Working with "Some Rainbow Coming from the Fair," students:analyze the poem's title, rh

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