How to Write a Poem With a Rhyme Scheme?

Answer Rhyming is easy; doing it well is not so easy. Rhyming lines can easily turn into sing-song verse that lacks depth and metaphor and relies only on rhyme and narrative, rather than symbol and image.... Read More »

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How to Write a Poem Using Stanzas, Rhyme Scheme, Repetition & Refrain?

Poetry is, first and foremost, an art form. Poetry can be completely free-form --- without rhyme or structure --- and anyone can write a poem, though some may be considered more "artistic" than oth... Read More »

How to Write a Poem With Alliteration & Metaphors?

Metaphors and alliteration add richness to spoken and written communication. They can also make something you say or write, such as a poem, more memorable. Both devices have been used in realms oth... Read More »

How to Write a Haiku Poem with the Macro and Micro Technique?

Modern Western haiku poets rarely use 5-7-5 syllable rule. The Japanese used it because their language fit it quite nicely. Fortunately for us, we don't have to think about how to fit what we want ... Read More »

How to Write a Scheme of Work?

A scheme of work is your plan of what you will teach during every lesson throughout the academic year. It is a vital and useful document which you will need to produce.