Reflection: Adjustments to Practice This Land is Your Land close read and literacy centers - Section 4: Closure

 

Scholars did not have any difficulty in drawing pictures of or listing what or who they might see as they walked across the U.S.A.  But, when it came to writing another verse to the song, they struggled.  Perhaps, we need to spend more time on poetry and song writing or perhaps the unfamiliar genre of folk song music did not motivate them.  I am still glad I exposed them to this historic song and helped them to appreciate the many different beautiful sights our nation has to offer.  Hopefully, they will gain more of an appreciation for the song and living in our nation as they grow older.

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This Land is Your Land close read and literacy centers

Unit 3: This Land is Our Land
Lesson 15 of 17

Objective: SWBAT sing and discuss the explicit and implied meanings of the song This Land is Your Land through a close read and literacy centers.

Big Idea: SWBAT will learn the words to the song This Land is Your Land and examine explicit and implied meanings of the song.

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