We found 14 resources with the keyterm iambic pentameter
It's Elementary!: Stomping and Romping with Shakespeare
4th - 7th
What do William Shakespeare and Dr. Seuss have in common? Why, they both write in iambic tetrameter, of course. While most of his plays are written in iambic pentameter, Shakespeare’s songs, like Green Eggs and Ham, are examples of...
"I am a pirate with a wooden leg": Stomping Iambic Pentameter
7th - 9th
What is blank verse? Iambic pentameter? Meter? Use the attached document to review these ideas with your middle schoolers. This plan has learners get up and stomp to iambic pentameter, which is a fun change from just clapping the meter!
Shakespeare's Style: The Sonnet Form and Iambic Pentameter
7th - 12th
What is a sonnet? What is iambic pentameter? This is a wonderful worksheet that introduces your learners to iambic pentameter and how to mark lines of poetry with stressed and unstressed symbols. There's a cool chart included to help...
Rewriting Shakespeare's Epitaph Using Iambic Pentameter
9th - 12th
Students appreciate Shakespeare's art as well as reinforce literary terms and concepts. They begin to appreciate Shakespeare's genius as they struggle to compose six lines in iambic pentameter, knowing that he wrote tens of thousands in...