Reflection: Lesson Planning Analyzing Poetry to Create our Own - Section 1: Lesson Opener


As my student's writing teacher, I did had them do a surface level analysis of poetry in order to see the author's craft moves vs. the meaning. Their reading teacher had already taught them how to analyze poetry while I was teaching them to write it. 

Teaching analysis of poetry is very important and if I was their only Language Arts teacher I would have used something like TP Cast Form and this Power Point TPCAST-1 in order for students to understand the deeper meaning of poetry. HUGE shout out to Mary Lynch who gave me the TP-CAST resources.

  Lesson Planning: A deeper way to analyze poetry
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Analyzing Poetry to Create our Own

Unit 14: Poetry
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: SWBAT to analyze a poem by annotating on the text in order to craft their own.

Big Idea: Rise up with poetry!

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