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UNESCO has declared March 21st to be World Poetry Day, and I thought I’d bring together a few related resources — some which I’ve already posted about in the past and others that are new:

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TEFL Geek writes about an interesting idea in Using Haiku for Summary Tasks. In some ways, it’s similar to using “found poems”for the same reason.

Mashup Turns Messages Of Hate Into Poetry Preaching Love, NPR

World Poetry Day: 28 of poetry’s most powerful lines ever written is from The Independent.

World Poetry Day: 16 quotes from poets to make you fall in love with poetry again is from Metro.

Read Write Think has some activities for the day.

Pay with a poem: coffee for poetry deal spreads around the globe is from The Guardian.

Here’s a TED-Ed lesson and video:

Here are a few more related TED-Ed videos:

POETRY IN THE CLASSROOM: 10 FUN ACTIVITIES is from Svetlana Kandybovich.

Kids and Poetry is from Teaching English.

Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month With The New York Times is from The NY Times Learning Network.

Our Seventh Annual Found Poem Student Contest is also from the Learning Network.

Teaching Poetry of the Immigrant Experience is from Edutopia.

Here are poetry resources for ELLs from Colorin Colorado.

Check out this TED-Ed lesson and video:

Winners of Our Seventh Annual Found Poem Contest is from The New York Times Learning Network.

This Venn Diagram poem is brilliant, and was shared by Tom Bennett on Twitter:

Here’s a TED-Ed video and lesson:

I wonder if students could try to make their own?

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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