In this final episode in our four-part series about poetry, Caitlin and Jessica discuss Two Voice Poetry. This activity will help your students practice several ELA standards, and as always, you’ll hear practical steps for setting this lesson up in your own classroom in the episode. We think you’ll definitely want to try this special activity with your students!
Tune in now to hear:
- [:46] Caitlin reminds listeners to check out the last three episodes that share a variety of tips and tricks for engaging your students in poetry.
- [1:50] In today’s episode, Caitlin and Jessica discuss Two Voice Poetry, yet another unique and fun way to get your students to enjoy poetry!
- [2:05] Caitlin explains what Two Voice Poetry entails.
- [2:37] Next, Jessica describes how to use a Two Voice Poetry lesson in your own classroom.
- [3:22] Listeners will then hear Caitlin and Jessica walk through an example of a Two Voice Poem, called “First Day of School.”
- [4:45] If you want to share a Two Voice Poem with your students, Jessica suggests this powerful example from YouTube: A Muslim and Jewish Girl’s Bold Poetry Slam.
- [5:20] Caitlin then walks listeners through practical steps in setting this activity up for your students.
- [7:33] Jessica then offers some additional ways that you can utilize Two Voice Poetry in a variety of units throughout your year.
- [8:59] This engaging poetry activity offers several benefits for your students, which Caitlin and Jessica share with listeners.
- [11:28] Don’t miss April’s episodes on the podcast where Caitlin and Jessica will be diving into new topics and ideas for your ELA classroom!
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