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SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN For Grade 11 students about poetry anchored on the K-12 curriculum guide

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Language in India, Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp. 70-77

Gibreel Sadeq Alaghbary

Poetry offers a "rich, varied repertoire and a source for much enjoyment for teacher and learner alike" (Collie and Slater, 1987, p. 226). In primary classes, poetry can be exploited to facilitate the learning of language and prepare students for the subsequent encounters with literature at later stages of their education. These benefits can be obtained only with judicious text selections and pedagogical decisions, or else the introduction of poetry at this early stage of education may defeat its purpose and generate aversion to poetry. This paper proposes a language-based approach to poetry for use with high-level primary students in English-medium schools. In order to demonstrate the arguments, the researcher proposes a lesson plan based on a stylistic analysis of a poem.

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In 2018, Safiye Ipek Kuru Gönen conducted a study of twenty-one English Language student teachers at a state university in Tukey. Gönen’s study revealed that poetry can be an effective tool for teaching language “by using a systematic and guided framework tailored to the features of a language classroom.” However, the findings also revealed that putting the framework into practice was not easy. The participants in the study indicated that their main challenges were the lack of time to find poems that could address specific linguistic outcomes and the lack of prepared materials for using poems. To address those challenges, I am working on an inter-disciplinary poetry manual for language instructors based on Ipek Gönen’s Poetry-Teaching Framework (POT). The design of my project is to research effective methods for using poetry to integrate diverse academic disciplines in to language instruction, identify poems from diverse voices throughout Latin America, advocate for poetry as a valuable tool for teaching languages, and produce a manual for educators to incorporate poetry into their language instruction. Using José Martí's poem "Sueño despierto," I will show participants how I applied steps from Gönen’s Poetry-Teaching (POT) framework to teach grammar, vocabulary, and composition to students in a first-semester intermediate Spanish course. *53rd Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association, March 10-13, 2022, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

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This paper addresses the common diffidence with which students respond to poetry; a diffidence that, in the opinion of the writer, is the result of the inappropriate teaching methods of the subject at the secondary school level. The paper proceeds to offer innovative, interactive approaches that should make poetry lessons as interesting as they should be, consequently improving the attitude to Poetry at the tertiary level also.

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Eight Free Creative Writing Lessons

February 17, 2012 by Ami 17 Comments

lesson plan in creative writing grade 11

I know I throw around the word favorite all the time. But this is the truth: teaching creative writing lessons is my favorite. 

I have taught creative writing enrichment for summer school students. I have taught creative writing in various homeschool settings and co-ops. I have taught big students and little students. And I love it. 

Since I love to share homeschool co-op class ideas , I have compiled the creative writing lessons from a co-op class that I taught. 

Creative Writing Lessons for a Homeschool Co-op Class

First, please remember that any teacher can use these creative writing lessons. You don’t need to be teaching homeschoolers. You can be a classroom teacher or a homeschool teacher at home with one student. You can even be a librarian who needs a fun program series.

Second, I used these creative writing lesson plans with upper elementary students (with maybe a few 7th graders thrown in). However, you can adapt and use them for older students or younger students!

Creative Writing Lesson Plans

Creative writing lesson one.

The first lesson focuses on cliché and metaphor. It prompts students to consider how words matter.

Grab lesson one here .

Creative Writing Lesson Two

The second lesson teaches students about sensory details: why they are important and how to include them in their writing. Students will begin using sensory details to evoke smells and sounds and sights.

Grab lesson two here.

Creative Writing Lesson Three

The third lesson introduces showing vs. telling. Students learn how to recognize authors who utilize showing, and students are able to articulate the difference between showing and telling.

Grab lesson three here.

Creative Writing Lesson Four

The fourth lesson teaches students how to capture images. We use examples of poetry and prose to discuss this important writing skill.

Grab lesson four here.

Creative Writing Lesson Five

The fifth lesson introduces the story elements of character and conflict.

Note: You may choose to split this lesson into two lessons since it covers two big elements. I only had nine weeks with my students, so I had to jam character and conflict together.

Grab lesson five here.

Creative Writing Lesson Six

The sixth lesson introduces the students to point of view and perspective. We have fun reading poems and using pictures to write descriptions from different points of view.

Grab lesson six here.

Creative Writing Lesson Seven

The seventh lesson puts everything we’ve learned together. I read the students some fractured fairy tales, and we watch some, too. Students then use the prewriting activities and their imaginations to begin drafting their own fractured fairy tales.

Grab lesson seven here.

Creative Writing Lesson Eight

The eighth lesson focuses on revision. After a mini-lesson, students partner up for peer editing.

Grab lesson eight here .

For our final class day, students bring revised work, and I host coffee shop readings. This is a memorable experience for students (and their teacher).

Creative Writing Lessons FAQ

Since posting these creative writing lessons, I have had lots of questions. I decided to compile them here in case you have the same question.

Q: What are copywork quotes? A: Copywork quotes are simply great quotes that students copy as part of their homework assignments. You can use any quotes about writing. I’ve included my favorites throughout the printable packs.

Q: Can I use this with a younger or older student? A: Absolutely! Just adapt it to meet the needs of your student.

Q: Can I use this for my library’s programming or my homeschool co-op class? A: Yes! I just ask that it not be used for profit.

Do you have any questions about teaching creative writing? What’s your biggest hang-up when it comes to teaching creative writing? I’d love to hear from you and help you solve the issue.

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January 7, 2016 at 1:57 pm

Hi Theresa,

As long as you are not profitting from using them, they are yours to use! Enjoy! Wish I could be there to help facilitate all those young writers! 

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