Reflection: ELL Students Follow up to Zin! Zin! - Section 2: Annotate with pictures and synonyms


This lesson is differentiated  to meet the needs of Ell, LD, and Gen Ed students.  The students with the greatest need to develop vocabulary and oral reading will work with a teacher, practicing these skills.  The students with large vocabularies and strong oral reading skills will work with each other to practice annotating and oral reading the poem.

In this way, the students who move faster will be able to go at their own rate and the students who need extra support will receive it from the push-in teachers.

  Developing Vocabulary
  ELL Students: Developing Vocabulary
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Follow up to Zin! Zin!

Unit 10: Oh Me! Oh Life! Reading Poetry
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: SWBAT illustrate and read a poem with fluency, rhythm, rhyme and beat.

Big Idea: Poetry meter in action.

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