Aspiring Poetry


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Aspiring Poetry


Aspiring Poetry

Author: Russell T. Rodrigo Ed.D

language: en

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Release Date: 2022-02-14

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Will it all be about your fantasies? Or about old poems from old centuries? Sitting in a new class named “poetry”, You wonder how things would turn out to be. Happy or Sad. Silly or Serious. Lively or Calm. Whatever mood you are in, you can never go wrong with poem writing. This book will guide you through time, history, and the mystical path of the world of poetry. Here you will find: User friendly guide to create your own poems Poems structures from famous forms to traditional Famous poems and a thorough analysis (Shakespeare, Milton, Keats, etc.) Unique poems from unique poets you have never seen before This book is a brilliant friend to keep by your side whenever you want to read, immerse yourself in, or create your own poems. Grab your pen or open your laptop. Prepare your creative mind. We are going to turn your thoughts into a wonderful piece of art!

Future Poets


Future Poets

Author: Rod Martin

language: en

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Release Date: 2011-03-14

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Future Poets has One Hundred and One Poetry Challenges, Lesson plans, Poetic Devices explained, as well as Copyright-Free poems for speech presentations. It can be a stand alone poetry unit and is great for substitute teachers and last-minute lessons. This book is for all my fellow teachers who enjoy poetry and believe their students will become better writers if they keep practicing. Kids often just need something interesting and challenging to write about: that is how this book can help. Poetry, with its conciseness, emotion, and lack of punctuation, is a great way to begin each school year and ease the kids into other forms of writing. Poetry lends itself to success. Anyone can do it. And its personal; it comes from the students experiences and emotions. Poetry works well for engaging student writers because it is challenging and yet flexible. There are so many types and styles of poems they can experience. There is also a lot of leeway in terms of punctuation, idioms and slang, and how the words appear on the page. The emphasis in this book is students as poets. Its not about studying the famous poets who have gone before. Its about finding a love for expressing yourself that can last a lifetime. It is my hope that this book will help your students come to a better understanding of poetry and eventually feel confident in their ability to write poems.

Talking Back to Poems


Talking Back to Poems

Author: Daniel Alderson

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 1996

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By focusing on the simple tools and methods used by poets across time, TALKING BACK TO POEMS teaches a poetic craft accessible to all would-be poets. Author Daniel Alderson uses this same method in teaching high school students from diverse backgrounds to write with a grace and style reminiscent of their favorite poets, by mimicking an element of sound, structure, imagery, or meaning.