- — Miss Capelin (@Scribbulus)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:01:18@EngChatUK I ask the students to imagine words are bricks and punctuation is cement. How stable is the wall? Reflects character/theme.
- — anne williams (@agwilliams9)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:01:43#engchatuk Im not sure how innovative but I like to start simple and get pupils to write poems where shape reflects content.
- — Mr Milne (@Milnelang)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:02:10#Engchatuk Collapsing and re-working a poem is always my starting point. Bringing in music can help especially in linking rhythm / mood
- — Andrew Warner (@andrewwarnerkms)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:06:02
- — Debbie and Mel (@TeacherTweaks)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:03:07
- — Julie Smith (@XjuliesmithX)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:06:19
- — Jamie Warner-Lynn (@deadshelley)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:05:03
- — KirstyG (@kirsty1485)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:07:08Give words,lines or stanzas cut into sections. Pupils arrange into a structure and justify their decisions. different foci given #EngChatUK
- — N. Raheem (@LoveEnglishNPCS)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:07:48@EngChatUK students have words/punctuation from a stanza on diff. postits&stick on sugarpaper.Persuade class why their choices are the best!
- — KirstyG (@kirsty1485)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:09:06Ask pupils to read poem aloud and you conduct (left hand volume/right hand pitch). You can emphasise rhyme schemes/rhythm etc #EngChatUK
- — Debbie and Mel (@TeacherTweaks)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:09:55
- — freya odell (@fod3)Mon, Apr 29 2013 19:10:05Phil beadle did an excellent video on structure 4 Night of the Scorpion. It completely changed my teaching of the poem #engchatuk
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