Spotlight on Poetry: Classic Poems offers a balanced and varied collection of classic and traditional poems. Each level is accompanied by Teacher’s Notes that link poems to objectives in the National Literacy Framework, providing creative teaching ideas and photocopiable Activity Masters. Classic Poems 1 is linked to objectives for Year 1-2.
Classic Poems 1 Teacher’s Notes contains teaching ideas and support activities for the following poems:
The Elephant by Hilaire Belloc
One Potato, Two Potato (Trad)
Betty Botter (Trad)
She Sells Sea Shells (Trad)
The Tickle Rhyme (Ian Serraillier)
There was an Old Man (Edward Lear)
Solomon Grundy (Trad)
Caterpilar (Christina Rossetti)
Twinkle Twinkle Little Bat (Lewis Carroll)
The Star (Jane Taylor)
The Owl and the Pussy Cat (Edward Lear)
The Pancake (Christina Rossetti)
The Whale (Lord Alfred Douglas)
Hurt No Living Thing (Christina Rossetti)
Bed in Summer (Robert Louis Stevenson)
Some One (Walter De la Mare)
There are 3 levels in each strand, corresponding to Years 1/2 (Classic Poems 1), Years 3/4 (Classic Poems 2) and Years 5/6 (Classic Poems 3).
The poems have been carefully chosen to appeal to the age ranges.
The collections meet the range of objectives for poetry and the National Literacy Strategy as specified in the Literacy Framework. They have been selected by David Orme and Brian Moses, two well-known children’s poets.
There are two other strands in the Spotlight on Poetry series: ‘Poems Around the World’, and ‘What kind of Poem?’.
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Stunning new poetry anthologies especially devised and written to fit the National Literacy Framework requirements. Includes big books, smaller readers and teacher’s notes for Key Stage 1 and 2.
• The content is designed to fit the requirements of the NLF.
• All books will be fully illustrated with stunning colour artwork.
• A flexible resource which allows schools to plug the gaps left by their existing resources. But schools can also buy all three strands a a complete whole school poetry resource.
• The authors are well-known school poets and many popular and respected children’s poets will feature in all the anthologies.
Brain Moses lives in Sussex
David Orme lives in Hampshire
They are both well-known children’s poets who spend a lot of their time performing and running poetry workshops in schools around the country.
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