Hyperdoc Lessons

Interactive hyperdocs are one way to provide relevant and engaging poetry instruction for your students whether you are in the classroom or at home!

Click on the name of the poet to access their hyperdoc. It will force you to make a copy, which is then free for you to edit as you wish and share with your students.  I kindly ask that you please give credit to TeachLivingPoets & the creator as noted if sharing beyond your students. 

R. A. Villanueva

ra01

Created by Melissa Smith

 

Clint Smith 

cs

Created by Matt Brisbin

 

H. Melt

HMelt

Created by Melissa Smith

 

Aimee Nezhukumatathil

AimeeNezz

Created by Melissa Smith

 

Carlos Andrés Gómez, Denice Frohman, Sarah Kay

girl doc

Created by Matt Brisbin & Melissa Smith

 

Maggie Smith & Natalie Scenters-Zapico

1a

Created by Kelly Herrera

 

Clint Smith

cs2

Created by Matt Brisbin

 

Richard Blanco

rb

Created by Melissa Smith

 

Jon Sands

Capture

Created by Melissa Smith & Matt Brisbin

 

Ada Limón

ada

Created by Brian Hannon

 

Clint Smith & Danez Smith

smiths

Created Charles Ellenbogen & Melissa Smith

 

Terrance Hayes

th

Created by Charles Ellenbogen & Melissa Smith

More hyperdoc lessons:

Mini-lesson for “Tea” by Leila Chatti – created by Kristin Runyon

Joy Harjo – created by Ann Cox

Food Poem Unit for Online Learning – created by Melissa Smith

Distance Learning Podcast Unit – created by Melissa Smith

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