How to Write Poetry

How to Write Poetry
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How to Write a Sentence is a simple, no-prep, 9-week writing program that will have your children writing poems in record time. Those with little to no knowledge of writing will flourish with our step-by-step writing guides. 

How to Write Poetry is the third component of our early elementary writing curriculum. All three, including, How to Write Poetry, How to Write a Sentence, and How to Write a Paragraph, are available individually or in READ-1. This pack can be used with k-2.

This curriculum contains colorful poetry charts, teacher’s guides as well as weekly activity sheets and graphic organizers.

Each week begins with a chart and a teacher guide that will help you through the writing steps. Building activities will be included to teach new concepts and help students fine tune their poetry each day. Both you and your children will be excited to see their artistic works of art that will be created.

 

Over 9 weeks, students will learn to create multiple types of poems. This new writing program can easily be adapted to home or classroom setting. See below for full product description.

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Follow up with then How to Write a Sentence  and then How to Write a Paragraph

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Curriculum Overview:

Week 1: Writing a Couplet

Week 2: Writing a Triplet

Week 3: Writing a Quatrain

Week 4: Writing an Acrostic

Week 5:Writing a Concrete (Shape) Poem

Week 6: Writing a Haiku

Week 7: Writing a Limerick

Week 8: Writing a Cinquain

Week 9: Writing a Diamante

 

How to Use:

This 9-week program will provide step-by-step poetry building lessons for K-2 students. A wonderful first-introduction to writing poetry, this program is designed to be engaging and simple to implement in a home school or classroom setting.

Weekly Guide: For each week, a simple teaching guide outlines a suggested weekly format. This includes weekly goals, verbal reminders, additional materials list, and a 4-day teaching outline. Weekly goals give you a quick glance at what is being taught each week. Verbal reminders are quick helps and teaching tips you can give to students as they work through the week. The additional items list tells which of the charts are needed and any extra materials required. Finally, a suggested outline maps out a 4-day teaching week for simple 5-10 minute lessons. These are not required but will provide students with greater understanding of the weekly topics.

Teaching Charts: We suggest printing these charts on card stock for durability as they can be used for years to come. Hang charts in the classroom, in a freestanding plastic sign holder, or store in page protectors inside a three-ring binder.

Weekly Worksheets: Following the short lessons, students will complete one worksheet each day to practice their new skills. These worksheets include simple reminders and a place to build your poem.

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