5 edition of Poetry for Young People found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 1, 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
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The illustrations appear to be mostly pencil- they are simple and reflect the emotions of the poems accurately Although the pictures support the readers comprehension of these complex poems, the poems still remain complex for a large audience.
Benny Andrews' illustrations are poignant and brazen, a canvas texture behind some of their flat, bright backgrounds and around some of the characters, an almost cut-out starkness, as if they were pasted from some other place, to be the central forces in these scenes.
Poetry for Young People: Langston Hughes is a collection of poems by the Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes. Filed under,Here are some poems that could be used at the funeral for a young person. I would incorporate some of these poems into my classroom during Black History month, to honor Langston Hughes and celebrate some Poetry for Young People his work.
Down South where I come from White and colored Can't sit side by side. Some of these poems specifically reflect how the Jim Crow laws effected African Americans at the time. My personal reaction: Although Edgar Allan Poe's poems and other works tend to be sad and dark, I enjoy the authentic quality that they bring. A brief summary: This book begins with an introduction to Edgar Allan Poe and his many works.
Would use it in a Social Studies Harlem Renaissance lesson to analyze his poetry to learn more about what the cultural movement really was about and what message they were trying to Poetry for Young People to the world. One of the central figures in the Harlem Renaissance—the flowering of black culture that took place in the 1920s and 30s—Langston Hughes captured the soul of his people, and gave voice to their concerns about race and social justice.
This would be a great book for students studying Langston Hughes, the Harlem Renaissance, or poetry in general. One of the ways I could use this book is during read aloud. It could be used as a read aloud for students in grades 3-5, and the pictures might help them make sense of the poems, however, I think this book is best suited to older students 6-9 because of the depth of social issues presented.
One of the central figures in the Harlem Renaissance—the flowering of black culture that took place in the 1920s and 30s—Langston Hughes captured the soul of his people, and gave voice to their concerns about race and social justice.
Thanks to for sharing the extent of the poem "YOUTH".