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September 2022
September is National Translation Month and to celebrate, browse the following poems appropriate for kids and teens: 

Cream City” by Margaret Noodin, translated by the poet
Autumn” by Rainer Maria Rilke, translated by Jessie Lamont
In a Neighborhood in Los Angeles” by Francisco X. Alarcón, translated by Francisco Aragón
I Won’t Wash the Dishes Anymore” by Christiane Sobral, translated by John Keene
Looking at the Moon After Rain” by Li Po, translated by Florence Ayscough and Amy Lowell
“‘Chhanna,’ the Metal Bowl” by Amarjit Chandan, translated by Sarabjeet Garcha

Poems for National Hispanic Heritage Month

To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15, and the rich tradition of Latinx and Spanish-language poetry all year long, browse this selection of poems for kids by classic and contemporary poets.
Browse lesson plans for National Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring work by Ada LimónFrancisco X. Alarcón,  and many other classic and contemporary poets.
Monday, August 29:
Teach This Poem: “Survival Guide” by Joy Ladin
Produced for K-12 educators, Teach This Poem features one poem a week, accompanied by interdisciplinary primary sources and activities designed to help teachers quickly and easily bring poetry into the classroom.

Sign up and get a new lesson plan every Monday, and browse over 300 past lessons.
The Academy of American Poets is thrilled to share that in 2023, for the first time ever, we will present the April celebration of #NationalPoetryMonth and the official National Poetry Month poster in partnership with Scholastic!

Stay tuned for more information about this new partnership, as well as our announcement of the 2023 poster designer, in the coming weeks.  
Co-sponsored by Denison University and Penguin Young Readers, the Respect the Mic anthology student and teacher competition is now open to sixth through twelfth grade students and teachers. Submit student poems inspired by the anthology or a short lesson plan created by teachers connected to the anthology for a chance to win $3000 total in prizes. Hanif Abdurraqib is the final judge for the student competition and Carol Jago for the teacher competition. The competition is open until October 20. 
Lesson Plans by Theme
Browse Teach This Poem
This month’s poetic term is translation, referring to the art of transferring a poem’s meaning from one language to another. Read more.
Teachers, thank you for your work bringing poetry into the classroom year-round. We’re happy to be able to offer hundreds of free lesson plans, essays, and other resources, and we wish you and your students health and safety.
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