This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition.  Excellent for English classes in middle school and high school as mentor texts, mini-lessons, and

Poetry Bundle: 20 Short Poems to Teach Rhetorical Relationships & Explication

This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. Excellent for English classes in middle school and high school as mentor texts, mini-lessons, and

Teaching rhythm and repetition in poetry - GREAT lesson with anchor chart you can make as a class.

Teaching rhythm and repetition in poetry - GREAT lesson with anchor chart you can make as a class.

This short lesson on repetition in poetry will give students the ability to understand how this element creates rhythm and enhance meaning. It includes the following items: •	A detailed teacher’s guide with links to poems •	A short Power Point Presentation to go along with the discussion •	A creative writing exercise •	Suggestion for further discussion

The Music of Poetry Repetition

This short lesson on repetition in poetry will give students the ability to understand how this element creates rhythm and enhance meaning. It includes the following items: • A detailed teacher’s guide with links to poems • A short Power Point Presentation to go along with the discussion • A creative writing exercise • Suggestion for further discussion

Students will be able to explain how authors use refrains and figurative language to create meaning in poetry.   This lesson includes: 1. Hook: Identifying the refrain/repetition in "I have a dream" 2. Vocabulary: Refrain & Theme 3. "Dreams" by Langston Hughes: Figurative language, refrain, and theme. 4. "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstong: Figurative language, refrain, and theme 5. "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes: Figurative Language, refrain, & theme 6. "Still I Rise" by Maya…

Figurative Language and Refrains in Poetry

Students will be able to explain how authors use refrains and figurative language to create meaning in poetry. This lesson includes: 1. Hook: Identifying the refrain/repetition in "I have a dream" 2. Vocabulary: Refrain & Theme 3. "Dreams" by Langston Hughes: Figurative language, refrain, and theme. 4. "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstong: Figurative language, refrain, and theme 5. "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes: Figurative Language, refrain, & theme 6. "Still I Rise" by Maya…

Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing: Using Repetition in Poetry

Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing: Using Repetition in Poetry

Repetition in Poetry: The Many Ways to Create Poetic Intensity

Repetition in Poetry: The Many Ways to Create Poetic Intensity

Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing: Using Repetition in Poetry

Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing: Using Repetition in Poetry

Engage students in poetry by using the extremely popular musical Hamilton!Practice identifying poetry devices using the lyrics of the Hamilton song "Right Hand Man." Students need to be familiar with the following poetry devices: tone, repetition, end rhyme, internal rhyme, consonance, assonance, alliteration, and onomatopoeia.The download contains a link to the Google Doc assignment and ANSWER KEY.If you notice any errors or encounter any problems, please let me know so that I can make…

Hamilton Poetry Lesson Plan

Engage students in poetry by using the extremely popular musical Hamilton!Practice identifying poetry devices using the lyrics of the Hamilton song "Right Hand Man." Students need to be familiar with the following poetry devices: tone, repetition, end rhyme, internal rhyme, consonance, assonance, alliteration, and onomatopoeia.The download contains a link to the Google Doc assignment and ANSWER KEY.If you notice any errors or encounter any problems, please let me know so that I can make…

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