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Black out poems…

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Here is a neat recipe for an alternative assessment.  We are working on industrialization and Mill Girls leading up to our poetry slam.
After a couple of days of research we took three books that the library wanted to get rid of.

Via Carla Saunders
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We will be doing this on Tuesday! I will broaden the assignment to leverage the create aspect. The objective will be to creative a free verse poem.

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Carla Saunders's curator insight, May 26, 2013 7:34 AM

If we find some books to demolish.... I find it hard to do that but love this idea. Could also use extracts found online ? 

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Teaching Kids Poetry

Teaching Kids Poetry | Poetry | Scoop.it
Learn how teaching kids poetry teaches language fun, grammar, and positive life values. See the free lesson plans!

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Brook Grove Meiller's curator insight, March 21, 2013 6:24 PM

Explore this site for great grammar ideas.

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Funny poetry for children

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Children's poetry by Meadowbrook Press. Lots of funny poems, poetry contests and more! Ideas for educators on teaching poetry in fun and interesting ways.

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Five Poetry Teaching Tips for New Teachers

Five Poetry Teaching Tips for New Teachers | Poetry | Scoop.it
"As a child I walked with noisy fingers along the hemline for so many meadows back home." - Jewel

I love to read poetry for many reasons, but some that strike me as being the most important are:


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Funny poetry for children

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Children's poetry by Meadowbrook Press. Lots of funny poems, poetry contests and more! Ideas for educators on teaching poetry in fun and interesting ways.


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All Things Upper Elementary: Teaching Poetry with CCSS in Mind

All Things Upper Elementary: Teaching Poetry with CCSS in Mind | Poetry | Scoop.it
Teaching Poetry with CCSS in Mind. I love poetry month, although now with the emphasis that the Common Core State Standards puts on nonfiction it's become more like poetry fortnight. And technically I had to teach it at the ...

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Another resource to explore to meet my needs to teach poetry.

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America SCORES 5th Annual National Poetry SLAM! 2011

On April 11th, 2011, 30 poet-athletes from America SCORES programs around the country came to New York City to perform their original poetry from the stage o...
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Poetry Slam modeled

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Black out poems…

Black out poems… | Poetry | Scoop.it
Here is a neat recipe for an alternative assessment.  We are working on industrialization and Mill Girls leading up to our poetry slam.
After a couple of days of research we took three books that the library wanted to get rid of.

Via Carla Saunders
Mrs T Grade 3's insight:

We will be doing this on Tuesday! I will broaden the assignment to leverage the create aspect. The objective will be to creative a free verse poem.

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Carla Saunders's curator insight, May 26, 2013 7:34 AM

If we find some books to demolish.... I find it hard to do that but love this idea. Could also use extracts found online ? 

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Three Misconceptions About the Common Core State Standards > Eye On Education

Three Misconceptions About the Common Core State Standards > Eye On Education | Poetry | Scoop.it

"When I attended NCTE in Chicago, I heard the following misconceptions about the CCSS. I hope to clear things up."

 

Includes misconcepts on the teaching of writing poetry, determining Lexiles, and pre-reading strategies.


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Teaching Poetry: 10+ Resources & Ideas

Find resources at http://bit.ly/ELTLINKs

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Dr. Doris Molero's curator insight, April 7, 2013 12:52 PM

Teaching English the F.U.N way... helpers to get you started with little projects in your classes

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Laura Candler's Poetry Page

Laura Candler's Poetry Page | Poetry | Scoop.it

Laura Candler's Poetry Page offers a variety of graphic organizers, websites, and lessons for teaching poetry. You'll find lots of free resources for teaching poetry during National Poetry Month (April) on this page. 


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MelissaRossman's curator insight, August 30, 2013 10:50 AM

good one

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Meeting the CCSS Through Poetry | Professional Shelf Book Reviews

Meeting the CCSS Through Poetry | Professional Shelf Book Reviews | Poetry | Scoop.it
From NPR's All Things Considered to Education Week to the ASCD's Educational Leadership, everyone is talking about the CCSS emphasis on informational text and what this means for teaching fiction and poetry.

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Poetry Forms

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Poetry is a form of literature using language to portray the artistic qualities of words—the beauty of words—to evoke meanings or emotions outside the dictionary definitions of those words. There are at least four dozen forms or types of poetry.
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Resource for researching poetic forms

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Poetry Idea Engine | Writing with Writers | Scholastic.com

Poetry Idea Engine | Writing with Writers | Scholastic.com | Poetry | Scoop.it
Learn the many ways to write poetry and create your own haiku, limerick, cinquain, or free verse poem with the Poetry Idea Engine.

Via Yasemin Allsop
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Competely engaging for evn the most reluctant 3rd grade poets!

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