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Teaching Poetry in the National Curriculum

Teaching Poetry in the National Curriculum

Ros Ferrara

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Are you confident with the poetry focus in the curriculum?
The curriculum places a greater emphasis on poetry. It requires pupils to read, respond to and discuss a wide range of poetry and provide opportunities for writing poems. It also includes learning, reciting, and presenting poems.

This book offers a practical guide to different forms of poetry, the key terminology needed, and suggestions for creating a poetry ethos in schools. It looks at the details, with practical examples, of responding to, discussing, and performing poetry. It includes games, approaches, strategies and models for writing poetry. It also supports teacher subject knowledge.

Examples are based on a wide range of poems from the classic to the modern and useful websites. Suggested resources and a booklist are included.

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ISBN: 978-1-909038-51-6
Product Reference: TPNNC
Format: Book & eBook
Pages: 131
Printing: Black and White
Product Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 x 0.8cm
Publisher: Focus Education (UK) Ltd
Published Date: Sep 2014

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