High School Poetry Writing-Advanced Guide, Acceptable for State Reimbursement makes it easy to avoid overlooking poetry writing in your homeschooling high schooler’s curriculum.
Poetry teaches concise and creative use of words and thoughts- an absolutely necessary life skill!
Homeschoolers who learn to use words well can feel confident in any area of work or service to which they are called.
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Poetry is a delightful tool for helping homeschoolers learn to communicate powerfully.
Writing poetry teaches teens to use their words powerfully, concisely, and beautifully. This is useful for those who want to learn to communicate well or write a sparkling college essay.
For the homeschooler who is ready for additional poetry writing experience, Advanced Guide to High School Poetry Writing is an enjoyable way to build with the power and fun of words.
Creativity flourishes with High School Poetry Writing-Advanced Guide, Acceptable for State Reimbursement
Presented in a user-friendly, conversational manner with no-busy work but lots of good examples, this guide makes it easy for high schoolers to complete their poetry writing assignments with little or no help.
In this 45-page downloadable .pdf High School Poetry Writing-Advanced Guide, Acceptable for State Reimbursement, homeschoolers learn to capture the poetic ideas of:
Poetry is intimidating to many students and to some homeschooling parents as well. However, poetic language and expression become accessible and fun with Vicki’s poetry writing curriculum guides. Explore poetry and give your homeschooling teen an opportunity for fun and growth in word power!
Click here to view an excerpt from Advanced Guide to High School Poetry Writing.
Also, for teens who get excited and want a full year/full credit of poetry, here’s a syllabus for a poetry credit to walk them through the process.
For more inspiration about teens and poetry, check out this episode of Homeschool Highschool Podcast.
What are homeschool parents saying about 7Sisters Poetry Writing Curriculum?
“I’m a teacher of a high school literature co-op. We decided to tackle poetry for the second quarter. We used your beginning poetry writing guide. I had students who were very reluctant to write poems, to the point of not wanting to take the class. After six weeks of using your guide my students were requesting the next installment and had begun compiling their poems into volumes. It was so teacher friendly. We are excited about using the intermediate guide in the winter!” – Kristen M.
“I had been able to do a poetry appreciation, but had no idea how to teach the components, and hadn’t found anything easy to assist me. I don’t schedule this as such, but my daughter usually fits this in a day or two a week because she is interested and has found it enjoyable. Thank you.” – Les M.
“I can’t say enough about the curriculum that I have used with my daughter and son. We started with the Introduction Poetry. It was so well liked that we bought the following poetry units. Thank you for the curriculum that you provide at a quite reasonable price.” – J. Schriner
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