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Children's poetry for teachers and kids, written for two (or more) voices. Start your day with a humorous and surprising poem perfect for elementary age children. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach first person perspective, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark's poems are sure to entertai
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising two-person poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach literary devices, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's Hiking to a Waterfall is sure to entertain both students and teachers. C
The first page of this handout asks students to analyze a sample Poem for Two Voices and the second page provides students with the information necessary to write their own Poem for Two Voices.
Attention, teachers of student poets! Let their voices be heard!Your students love music. Let them love poetry, too!This rich bundle has everything you need to stir up passions, promote partnerships, cultivate creativity, and watch your students put their best voices forward. Included:Day-by-Day Les
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising two-person poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach literary devices, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's The Delicious Chocolate Donut is sure to entertain both students and teache
This unit of spoken word poetry is meant to culminate in a performance by a set of partners. Students select a common topic/theme, and then write a shared poem in two points-of-view, offering the audience two voices on one subject. This unit can be complementary to a literature or nonfiction unit
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
I include 11 poems for students to read aloud in front of the class before attempting to write their own "Two Voice" or "Dialogue Poems."
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1st - 7th
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising two-person poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach literary devices, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's The Dinner Guest is sure to entertain both students and teachers. Childr
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach first person perspective, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's A Serious Talk from My Parents is sure to entertain both students and teachers.
This PDF can be used at a poetry station or to help the whole class write a two-voice poem. It includes: Teacher instructions including: ~Book suggestions Student instructions including: ~Graphic organizer ~Suggested Topics ~Example Two-Voice poems
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising two-person poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach literary devices, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's Grand Entrance is sure to entertain both students and teachers. Children
A full week Standards (TLW):  Make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of poetry  Provide evidence from text to support their understanding  Explain how figurative language (e.g., personification, metaphors, similes, hyperbole) contributes to the meaning of a poem
Graphic Organizer to go with the assignment: 'Make the World Great Again' - Two Voice Poetry Mini Unit This file includes a Venn Diagram for students to brainstorm the two perspectives they will be writing from, as well as note page for them to start drafting their 4 stanzas.
Start your classroom's day with a humorous and surprising two-person poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach literary devices, vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme, Mark Weakland's Hiking to a Waterfall is sure to entertain both students and teachers. Chi
The year is 2020. Our planet has descended into a world where communities are driven by extremism, greed, segregation, riots, and bad hair. In this week-long unit, students are asked to collaboratively create a Two Voice Poem on an issue that has two diverse perspectives, with the aim of coming to
This is a great resource for introducing a poetry unit, building classroom unity, and/or helping students get to know one another at the beginning of the year. Students practice their descriptive writing skills by engage in writing a poem for two voices with a partner. Through the process students
Writing With Home is a writing curriculum which encompasses all aspects of writing: reading, journaling, practice and craft. Students are provided high interest writing topics which include family and home, strengthening the bond to family while allowing students to develop their writing expertise.
If you want a simplified way to teach active and passive voice, this is it. No prep--just print and teach. I use this with my students, and they master the concepts quickly!The activities include identifying voice, converting voice, and using voice in writing.The materials include1. A "Smart Char
In this ZIP File you will find a PDF of poetry resources and a PowerPoint version that is editable. On the PowerPoint version you may add text boxes over any of the pages to change them to fit your needs. This resources DOES NOT include any poems due to copyright laws. What this item does contain i
I created this pack to provide teachers with ideas and materials for EXPLCIT fluency instruction. There are many strategies and passages for fluency practice that are widely available, but there seems to be very little for direct instruction. All the poems were carefully selected from the public
St. Patrick's Day poetry is a wonderful way to celebrate St. Patrick's day!This St. Patrick's Day poetry set contains 8 St. Patrick's Day poems for 2-3 voices. This activity has many benefits, including fluency practice for repeated practice, expression, and attention to punctuation, building confid
Engage students and teach point of view by using poetry. The reading and writing of dialogue poems help students grasp character and theme complexities. With this writing lesson for dialogue poems, students use mentor texts as models for their own writing. This resource can be used for distance lear
Poetry Templates (for any subject) Great for STAAR, NGSS, and Common Core!! National Poetry Month is a perfect time to add poetry into your classroom! I love how easy it is to use these templates and incorporate poetry into your lessons. How to use poetry templates in your class: Poetry writin
I created this from the Florida Collections materials for a more hands-on response to the two poems: "A Voice" by Pat Mora and "Words Like Freedom" by Langston Hughes. The text is displayed with guided questions alongside, as well as discussion points. Students are prompted to analyze figurative lan
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6th

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