Reflection: Checks for Understanding Lift a Line, Poetry Edition - Section 2: Lift a Line: Poetry Edition

 
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Lift a Line, Poetry Edition

Unit 4: Poetry Madness!
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use a line from the poetry unit to use as inspiration for their own poem.

Big Idea: Which line strikes your fancy? Students will choose a line that inspires them to create their own poem.

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