Reflection: Positive Reinforcement How to ________ a Poem - Section 5: Share Out


Build positive classroom atmosphere.  

Acknowledge student success

Develop skills through practice in:

Sharing Poetry Whole Group

Active listening (listen for a purpose of giving a compliment focus on craft moves)

Active feedback ( giving students compliments)

Tell students to notice the craft moves the student poet made in How to ______ a Poem.

Say, "Students I want you to notice all the great things (craft moves) ______ did in his/her poem. Be ready to give  ______ a compliment on their poems after they share.


  Positive Reinforcement: Acknowledge Student Successes
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How to ________ a Poem

Unit 11: Spark the Poet Inside: Writing Poems
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write a poem describing how to "read" poem by examining two mentor poems and then writing their own using a powerful verb.

Big Idea: Countless Ways to [insert your verb here] a Poem! Develop imagination and metaphors!

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