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Author: Paul Janeczko
ISBN: 0590996185
Language: English
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Publisher: Teaching Resources (January 1, 1999)
Rating: 4.8
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According to poet Paul B. Janeczko, poetry is not something that should be saved for a giant poetry unit in April . Last year one of my students' parents gave me this book. We were studying poetry then and she thought it would be a helpful tool for my classroom.

According to poet Paul B. Janeczko, poetry is not something that should be saved for a giant poetry unit in April (National Poetry Month). WEll she could not have been more right. Try the I Made a Mistake poem. Your kids will love it.

I was a little disappointed since it is labeled 4-8 and I like Paul Janeczko's other stuff, but it was too young for middle school. Katy rated it it was amazing Oct 28, 2015. Monica Derencin rated it really liked it Dec 28, 2013. Art rated it really liked it Nov 17, 2009. Gail Dyer rated it it was ok Aug 18, 2014. Sgoldbla rated it really liked it May 01, 2014.

Celebrated poet Paul B. Janeczko has published nearly 50 books, including poetry anthologies, guides for young . My team and I recently discovered "Reading Poetry in the Middle Grades" by Paul Janeczko, and we have each purchased our own copy. Janeczko has published nearly 50 books, including poetry anthologies, guides for young writers, fiction, and books for teachers. He has received multiple awards, including the American Library Association Books for Young Adults, American Library Association Notable Books, New York Public Library Best Books, and School Library Journal Best Young Adult Books of the Year.

Boost students’ reading skills through poetry-based lessons and engaging activities presented by poet and teacher Paul Janeczko. Students will gain a solid understanding of key literary elements, including: character setting theme plot metaphor simile and more! This knowledge will help students readily identify these elements not only in poetry but in all types of literature, allowing them to have a deeper comprehension of what they read

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Preschool, Kindergarten, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-5, Middle School, High School, Advanced, Other, All. Subject Area Lessons.

reading level: Grade 4. Poems suitable for reading by 9-10 year olds. My Porcupine Is Feeling Fine. What are you looking for?

Poetry lesson plans for Grades 6-8. The study of poetry can lead your students to new levels of creativity and reading comprehension, while helping them to appreciate it as an art form.

Poetry lesson plans for Grades 6-8.

A Poet's Great Lessons For Writing Free Verse, Rhyming List Poems, Synonym Poems, Clerihews, Wish Poems, Letter Poems, Persona Poems, and MoreThis book includes illustrated reproducible poems by students and well-known poets. Each lesson takes you step-by-step: from introducing a poem and discussing it's characteristics, to using it as a springboard for students' verse.
Comments (3)
LadyShlak
Great how to write poetry ideas and tips. Author writes from experience and uses his creativity. also
great to include student (not just professional poets') work.
Bliss
Last year one of my students' parents gave me this book. We were studying poetry then and she thought it would be a helpful tool for my classroom. WEll she could not have been more right. Each year when poetry time rolls around I grab this book and search for new and fun ways to write poetry. Try the I Made a Mistake poem. Your kids will love it. Mine do. I recommend this book to any teacher or lover of poetry.
Yggfyn
My copy of this book is so tattered! I teach poetry at the elementary level and have used this book over and over again with kids from Kindergarten through 6th grade. It's clear, accessible, adaptable and has produced fantastic results every time I use a lesson -- priceless!