Elementary Poetry

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Whether you use poetry daily, or are incorporating it into a special unit, we all have the same problem. How do you get students excited about poetry? How do you find good sources of poetry? How do I teach poetry to beginning readers and writers?

In this course Susan gives you step by step lessons, with a hands on approaches to different literary areas such as KWL charts, cooperative learning groups, writer’s workshop, and independent reading, easy to follow workbooks-teacher and student, pacing guide. Included are PowerPoint explanations of forms of poetry and one for students to display their favorite poems. This is a great way to excite students and invite parents in to view the work you have been successfully doing with the class.

Poetry verse is set out in short lines with words put together in rhythm or rhyme or both. Poetry is about a writer sharing with the reader an experience or strong feelings. Poems are written with words chosen for their sounds and beauty as well as their meaning.

I realize that poetry is a difficult subject to teach to students. There doesn’t seem to be enough time to do everything you need to. That’s why I wrote this course. It will help you to understand how you can use poetry in your classroom successfully.

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Table of Contents

1. Enjoyment of Poetry 11. Thanksgiving Thank You Poem 21. Bio Poetry/Famous People 31. Candyland Poetry
2. List Poetry 12. Alliterations 22. Alone Poems 32. Turn Around Poetry
3. Acrostic Poetry 13. Poems Set To Music 23. Free Verse 33. Snap Shot Poetry
4. ABC Poetry 14. Couplets 24. Spring Poetry 34. I Don’t Understand Poetry
5. Wish Collaboration Poetry 15. Haiku Poetry 25. Fractured Fairy Tales/My Third Eye Poem 35. PowerPoint Presentation
6. Wish Poetry 16. Friend Poetry 26. Prose Poetry/Moment Poetry 36. My Year in _ Grade
7. Class Color Poem 17. If I Were… 27. Emotion Poetry 37. Next Class Poetry
8. Color Poetry II 18. Limericks 28. Noun/Adjective Poetry 38. Poetry Booklet
9. Similies 19. Valentine’s Day Poetry 29. Family Comparisons
10. The Important Poem 20. Quatrain Poetry 30. Now and Then Poem

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Whether you use poetry daily, or are incorporating it into a special unit, we all have the same problem. How do you get students excited about poetry? How do you find good sources of poetry? How do I teach poetry to beginning readers and writers?

In this course Susan gives you step by step lessons, with a hands on approaches to different literary areas such as KWL charts, cooperative learning groups, writer’s workshop, and independent reading, easy to follow workbooks-teacher and student, pacing guide. Included are PowerPoint explanations of forms of poetry and one for students to display their favorite poems. This is a great way to excite students and invite parents in to view the work you have been successfully doing with the class.

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Class Set with perpetual license – Printed Version, Mentoring Teacher Program Subscription, Printed Student Book, Student eBook, Teacher Edition Subscription – eBook Version, Teacher Edition Subscription Printed Version

author

Susan R. Stein

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FULL YEAR COURSE MATERIALS

Product Number

E-E-POET-DL, E-E-POET-SUB, E-E-POET-CS, E-E-POET-SA-DL, E-E-POET-SA, E-E-POET-MT

Pages/ ISBN

405/ISBN: 978-1-59657-624-7, 405/ISBN: 978-1-59657-624-7, Class Set download files/ISBN: 978-1-59657-625-4, 150/ISBN: 978-1-59657-493-9, 150/ISBN: 978-1-59657-079-5, No page count.No ISBN number. Use product code.