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Engage your students in poetry with this ready-to-use poetry writing booklet assignment. This resource will guide students through the writing process for 8 different types of poems. This resource is perfect for any poetry writing unit as it provides step-by-step instructions for each of the types of poems, presentation slides, sample poetry responses, and rough draft and good copy templates.

You can feel totally confident in guiding your students through the poetry writing process as there is absolutely no planning required. The presentation slides guide the lessons and the booklet can be printed for each of your students. Absolutely everything is provided for them!

Included in this poetry writing booklet resource: 

➡️ Detailed student instructions for each of the 8 formula poems to guide students through the writing process. The following poem types are included:

  • Bio Poem
  • I Am Poem that uses metaphor, simile, and hyperbole
  • Haiku
  • Acrostic
  • Concrete or Shape poem
  • Antonym Diamante
  • Limerick
  • Quatrain.

➡️ Powerpoint presentation slides to introduce each of the poetry types to students. The slides include information about the poem, step-by-step instructions, and examples.

➡️ Rough draft pages for each of the poem types for students to complete their first copy and make edits and adjustments.

➡️ Good copy pages for each of the poems to add to the completed poetry portfolio.

Poetry topics and skills addressed in this resource:

This poetry writing booklet assignment allows students to include common poetry writing elements like rhyme, meter, and literary devices like metaphor, simile, and hyperbole. The resource also teaches how to write common formula poems that follow specific structures. 

>>>Save by purchasing this resource in one of the bundles listed below:

➡️ Complete Poetry Resource Bundle (290+ Pages)

➡️ Poetry Writing Projects Bundle

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Pair this poetry writing booklet with our poetry annotation guide:

 How to Annotate Poetry Student Guide

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