Inspire students to write poetry in a fun, engaging way...by using pictures! This picture-based poetry brainstorming assignment is a great way for students to organize their thoughts before actually writing a poem based on pictures. It's differentiated for learning styles and abilities by allowing students to choose the picture they will use as inspiration, by providing various options of poetry for students to write, and by encouraging them to create their own rubric and establish the criteria to which they will be held.
If you're looking for a quick and easy No-Fear way to incorporate poetry writing into your classroom, try picture-based poetry, and use this free brainstorming resource to help students get ready to write.
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