Talking Poetry with Blabberize

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Lesson Introduction: 

In this lesson students are given the opportunity to be imaginative and expressive through the writing of three types of poems:  acrostic, diamante, and theme.  Building on their creativity, students then use Blabberize to create Blabbers of one of their poems.  Sharing their Blabbers with the class and online community will make the students more excited about writing poetry as well as providing practice of technology skills.

Learning Objectives: 

In this lesson, students will have opportunities to:

  • Create an acrostic, diamante, and theme poem, following the correct formats.
  • Create a Blabber of one of their poems using Blabberize.
Materials and Resources: 

To teach this lesson, you will need:

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Poetry In Voice is a charitable organization that encourages Canadian students to fall in love with poetry through reading, writing, and recitation. All of our resources are available online for free. You may also use our resources if you reside outside of Canada.