Poetry Through Drama | Lessons and Activities | Paper and Digital
Combine drama with poetic devices to help your students master figurative language with this fun unit that takes minutes to prep the whole month. Students will play drama games to help them understand poetry concepts. They will read poetry and create their own poems to perform. It's a great way to take the pressure off students who struggle with writing.
This no-prep product includes:
- complete lesson plans with suggestions to differentiate for your students for eight different types of poems with various poetic devices.
- topics such as alliteration, hyperbole, synonyms, antonyms, perspectives, personification, onomatopoeia, rhythm, rhyme, and syllables.
- poetic forms such as tongue twisters, sound poems, apology poems, limericks, You and Me poems, Two Voice poems, Object poems and Guess Me poems.
- sample poems.
- posters for types of poems and poetic devices.
- student practice pages/worksheets.
- answer keys and suggested answers.
- planning pages.
- rubric for performances.
- suggestions for performances.
- an overview.
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