Today’s post is by guest author Charles Ellenbogen, who is in his 27th year of teaching. He teaches high school in Cleveland, Ohio, and has recently published a teaching memoir, This Isn’t the Movies: 25 Years in the Classroom.
This lesson is designed with distance teaching and online learning in mind. Simply share the link with your students, have them make a copy, and they can fill out the Hyperdoc to return back to you.
Click HERE to access the Smith & Smith elegy Hyperdoc.
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- Teaching a poetry collection with Clint Smith’s Counting Descent
- A #TeachLivingPoets unit
- Free online resource: #TeachLivingPoets virtual library
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