Poetry Everywhere

Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0



Poetry Everywhere


Part of a plan to move poetry more firmly into the public sphere, the Poetry Everywhere project offers readings of sixteen poems and animated interpretations of a dozen others. Some poems are read by their authors; others are read by other poets.

PBS, WGBH Boston and David Grubin Productions

• Audio


• High School Middle School

Janet Davidson

Featured

Related

The Poetry of War

The Poetry of War In 2003, NPR's Weekend Edition presented a series of reports based on readings of war poetry ranging from the Iliad to World War I reflections. Listen to the readings, including an incredible recording of Alfred, Lord Tennyson reading "The Charge of the Light Brigade" made by Thomas

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud Hear British poets read 21 of their own poems, including, incredibly, Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1890 reading of "The Charge of the Light Brigade," as recorded by agents of Thomas Alva Edison on one of the inventor's wax cylinders. Other poets include notables such as Ogden Nash, Ted

April is National Poetry Month

Read classic and modern poetry from around the world. Then listen to poetry read by the poets themselves. Also find essays on poetry, and  resources for celebrating National Poetry Month (April). Poetry is indexed by title and author, and users

National Poetry Month(2)

Today is the first day of National Poetry Month. These two websites offer inspiration and ideas to last all month The Scholastic site has a wealth of great poetry resources and lessons. Each lesson lists grade appropriateness. Poets.org offers many

Great Poetry

The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, presents many of the world's great poems on this site and includes sections for teachers, students and children. Introduce students to the magic of words and rhythm joined artfully together.  

The Poetry of War(2)

 In 2003, NPR's Weekend Edition presented a series of reports based on readings of war poetry ranging from the Iliad to World War I reflections. Listen to the readings, including a recording of Alfred, Lord Tennyson reading "The Charge of

National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month American poet T. S. Eliot called April "the cruelest month." But the Academy of American Poets calls it National Poetry Month. That means you and your students can unearth those creative spirits. To encourage the pleasures of reading and writing poetry, this site