• Check out the following examples:
  • Write a poem related to our study of WWI using information shared in class over the last several days (Including Life in the Trenches, All Quiet on the Western Front, WWI Scavenger Hunt, and the Great Powers Game).
  • Publish your poem on the WWI Poetry Wiki.
  • Find at least five photographs, paintings, or posters that reflect the content, tone, or theme of your poem or specific sections of your poem. Try experimenting with a table to give you more artist control over the lay-out.
  • Appropriately place your images in your poem.
  • Create proper citations for the works you borrow and include them at the end of the poem.
  • Check you product against the rubric.


Getting Started

  1. Log In
  2. Navigate to the WWI Student Poems page.
  3. Click the Edit this Page button at the top of the page.
  4. Create a page linked to your name hit Save when finished.
  5. Navigate to your page via the link.
  6. Click the Edit this Page button at the top of the page.
  7. Type (or copy and paste) your poem, hit Save when finished.
  8. Browse the Image Resouces and select at least five appropriate images.

Inserting Images

  1. Find an image.
  2. Right Click the image, move mouse down to Save Image As.
  3. Go back to your poem in the WWI Poetry Wiki, hit edit.
  4. Click where you want to place your image and hit the image button and upload the image.
  5. If the picture is big, you will want to change the width to around 300 pixels.
  6. You must cite each image used at the bottom of the poem - do this by creating a list of links at the bottom of the page.
Hat tip to Mr. McDowell at West Hills High School for this idea