Poetry classroom

Transform your classroom into a creative hub with these inspiring poetry ideas. Engage and motivate your students to explore the beauty of language through poetry.
Host a Poetry Slam in Your Elementary Classroom (blog post by School and the City) Spoken Word, Anchor Charts, Performing Arts, Classroom Ideas, Writer Workshop, Elementary Reading, Classroom Transformation, Classroom Resources, Independent Reading

Hi, all! Long time, no blog. This quarter has been a crazy one full of extra-curricular activities, illness, and big decisions. I’m back today though because I COULD NOT WAIT to share with you about our classroom poetry café! We’ve been planning this for weeks… My students worked extremely hard all ... Read More about Classroom Poetry Slam

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Kallie Menard
Literacy, 7th Grade Ela, English, Middle School English, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Reading, Teaching Writing, Middle School Language Arts, Teaching English

How do you plan for your small group instruction? Do you follow a program where all students receive the same strategies, or do you customize the interventions you teach to meet the needs of your students? As a Literacy Specialist, my students are placed into flexible, target-specific reading groups based on multiple assessments at the beginning of the year. Our pull-out program is very flexible, so targets and groups often change as students make progress and meet their goals. We do not…

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Jessica
Teaching poetry? Avoid the groans from your students by making the process a little more fun for them. Room 213 has strategies and free activities that you can use to get your students interested in (and less afraid of) poetry. #poetrylessons #middleschoolela #highschoolenglish #teachingpoetry #figurativelanguage

Teaching poetry? Avoid the groans from your students by making the process a little more fun for them. Room 213 has strategies and free activities that you can use to get your students interested in (and less afraid of) poetry. #poetrylessons #middleschoolela #highschoolenglish #teachingpoetry #figurativelanguage

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Room 213
Middle School Art, High School, Middle School Ela, Teaching Poetry Middle School, Middle School English Language Arts, Teaching Poetry, Middle School Language Arts, Poetry Activities Elementary, Poetry Unit Middle School

Teaching blackout poetry is an engaging way to help spruce up your poetry unit. Show a few examples, and your students will be eager to create a blackout masterpiece of their own. Keep reading to learn what blackout poetry is and just what you need to do to teach it. So, you’re thinking about teaching… Read More »A Beginner’s Guide To Teaching Blackout Poetry

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Brandy Garner