Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements

Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
Writing/Reading: Poetry - Types and Elements
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Poetry is extremely fluid, almost mercurial. As such, there seems to be overlapping and conflicting information to be found when attempting to define certain terms and concepts. In this poetry resource is my interpretation of poetic terms and devices. This is a difficult subject to teach to non-readers on anything but a basic level. It is abstract and hard to grasps the concepts past memorizing terminology. This resource is provided as reference material when teaching this subject.

Standards
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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2-10.10
By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories and poetry, in the grades 2-10 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

Printing
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Document dimensions 24"x31" (suitable for letter-size printing). It will print safely on regular copy paper. Make sure that you have your settings to fit the document to print before you actually print. Not a lot of wall space? Want to save paper? Display this on your interactive whiteboard during the lesson.

Editing
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It is a high-resolution vector-based illustration created in graphic design software.
This file cannot be edited in any office software (ex, Word, Powerpoint).However, I discovered that you can use Inkscape, a FREE vector-based program, to open and edit the PDFs included in the download, although you will most likely need to make some adjustments to the file after you do. This will enable you to use vector-based graphics for cleaner anchor charts/posters. Inkscape does NOT retain any gradient shapes/fills that might be present in the file. Inkscape is also free to use ONLINE!

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If you spot a typo or other errors contact me immediately for a revision. I try to proofread my own work and have other sets of eyes check it as well, but some things slip through. I can make corrections nearly immediately. Don't hesitate to contact me.

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