Articles for tag: Literary Analysis, Poetry Writing

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Poetry Writing and Sentimentality

In literature, artistic merit is distinguished between “sentiment” and “sentimentality.” The word “sentiment” refers to the emotional import of a passage as distinguished by chosen words. Determining the sentiment in a poem enables us to understand its tone. Excessive sentiment is “sentimental,” a negative term in literary analysis. By referencing the excessiveness, the speaker shouldn’t ...

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Seven Ways to Sell Your Poetry

If you have a passion for writing poetry, you may have been told there isn’t a large market for this type of creative work. While it may be difficult to sell your poetry through conventional channels, you’ll discover a variety of ways to make money from poetry if you think out of the box. Here ...

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How to Write Your Best Poem

Poetry is like music. When you read it, empty your mind, forget about every thing and enjoy it. When you write it, tell a story, paint a picture and excite the reader’s emotions. Let the reader feel something, let it be like a song that brings the listener to tears or makes the listener laugh. ...

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Poetry Lesson Plan Ideas for Children

Children love poems and poetry is a wonderful way to introduce even the littlest reader to creative writing. Here is a lesson plan for three different styles of poetry that will make it easy for children to write and read aloud their creative works. If the children are too young to write out the words, ...

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Great Preschool Lesson Plan Ideas for Springtime

Don’t let spring go by without taking the opportunity to teach your preschoolers about of all the seasonal changes that are taking place around them. With that said, here are a few lesson plan ideas to help you get started: Language Arts When it comes to language arts related activities, there are several handouts that ...