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CHS students write poetry

Campbellsville High School students are learning to write poetry.

 

In Tyler Hardy’s English class, students are working on writing their own sonnets.

 

Students must use a rhyming scheme and write about a theme that involves love, whether its friendship, family, heartbreak, envy, a passion and or something they enjoy.

 

Hardy’s students are also writing “I Am” poems to tell about themselves and “Where I’m From” poems to discuss where they come from.

 

When finished, students will present their work in a poetry café for their classmates and fellow CHS students.

 

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to freshman Isis Coleman and her classmate about her sonnet.

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to freshman Isis Coleman and her classmate about her sonnet.

 

CHS freshmen Devon Reardon, at left, and Taekwon McCoy talk about their sonnets.

CHS freshmen Devon Reardon, at left, and Taekwon McCoy talk about their sonnets.

 

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to freshman Caylee Shofner about her sonnet.

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to freshman Caylee Shofner about her sonnet.

 

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford writes his sonnet.

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford writes his sonnet.

 

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to CHS freshmen Taekwon McCoy, at left, and Devon Reardon about their sonnets.

CHS English teacher Tyler Hardy talks to CHS freshmen Taekwon McCoy, at left, and Devon Reardon about their sonnets.

 

CHS freshmen Taylor Brewer writes her sonnet.

CHS freshmen Taylor Brewer writes her sonnet.





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