Do you want to be the best teacher? Would you like to encourage your students to practice writing with daily quick writes inspired by poetry? Is one of your goals to offer them quick poem prompts and interesting topics that will entice their imagination and poetry analysis skills? Would you be interested in using daily quick writes as a bell ringer or warm-up and getting the best our of writing practice sessions in just 5 minutes?
Think about what a difference it would make if you started using these Poetry Response Topics Daily Quick Writes in 5 Minutes in your class! It includes:
1. 30 poetry response writing prompts
- lines from a poem and writing prompt starting from them
- 2 writing cards of the same prompt per page to save paper
2. A mini poster of how to use the 5 minute quick write
3. Teacher’s instructions
It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate,
I am the captain of my soul.
(Invictus – William Ernest Henley)
- Start with the words “I am the…” and fill in the blank by describing all that you are, do, feel, think.
Poets used in the resource:
Robert Frost, George MacDonald, Christina Georgina Rossetti, Robert Murray, Edward Mathers, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Richard Le Gallienne, Frances Anne Kemble, Victor-Marie Hugo, Abram Joseph Ryan, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Helen Beatrix Potter, Percy Bysshe Shelley, James Whitcomb Riley, Lola Ridge, The Turkish, James Whitcomb Riley, Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman, Edgar Allan Poe, Lewis Carroll, William Butler Yeats, William Ernest Henley, Robert Herrick.
Because of the multitude of daily quick writing prompts covers a wide range of possible topics in one single resource, you can select the right combination for your students and allow them to thrive while writing and make this whole process simple and easy.
The daily quick writes will foster a habit of writing on a daily basis in short intervals, totally manageable by students, which will add up to reaching mastery in a short period of time. You will see the benefits of quick writes as their stamina for longer pieces of writing will increase overtime.
The poetry response quick writes creative prompts can be used with ease as bell ringers, time fillers, early finishers or in creative writing elective, saving you a lot of precious time and allowing you to plan carefully your lessons. It is an excellent way to introduce your students to the class atmosphere and let their mind become focus on the quick write tasks.
Shelley W. has tried the daily quick writes for middle school in her class and said, “An excellent resource. My students love all the different writing prompts.”
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