Reflection: ELL Students Haikus- The Nature Poem - Section 1: Mini-Lesson


As I looked at student work, I noticed some of my ELL students struggled with determining syllables in a word.  I met with them and retaught how to determine number of syllables by counting the puffs of air coming from their mouths and to notice when their mouth changed shapes.  A great strategy I learned to teach kids about this is to have students look at their mouth as they say a single syllable word in a small had mirror.  then contrast that with saying a multi-syllable word and watch what happens to the shape of their mouth and the puffs of air that come out.

  ELL Students: Words Versus Syllables
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Haikus- The Nature Poem

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

Objective: SWBAT write Haikus with three lines in a 5-7-5 syllable pattern.

Big Idea: Express your feelings about nature in a Haiku!

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