Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Art Poem

In this lesson from T&W teaching artist Amina Henry, students explore the relationship between visual art and poetry. Using the poetry of William Carlos Williams as a model, students explore imagery and use it as a starting point to write their own poems about art.  Grade(s) taught: 3rd, 4th, and 5th  Genre(s) taught: Poetry, creative…

Synesthesia: Literary Device

Author, artist, and T&W writer-in-residence Liz Arnold offers this lesson to explore the concept of synesthesia as a literary device. Students explore work by Jimi Hendrix and Arthur Rimbaud to inform their individual poems. Grade(s): 5th, 7th Genre(s): Poetry Download: Synesthesia: Literary Device Common Core Standards: (Refer to the Anchor Standards for Writing at English Language…

This is Just to Say

Our Words Golden by Isaiah (Middle School) Like golden statues, Like a butterfly, Like the sun in space. Our words like stars.   This is Just to Say: I Can’t Go Outside by Christopher (Middle School) I can’t go outside. People shooting; Fireworks. People Going in, Keep going into, The sky. It is so sad To…

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