Reflection: Parent Communication Narrative Poetry Day One: What is a Narrative Poem? - Section 6: Lesson Extras

 

I try to send home assignments that connect our learning to home.  In this case, students will be reading one of the narrative poems from our introduction today, and answering questions relating to our lesson.  When I send homefun (homework) home, it is always a review or reinforcement of something we're learning about, or have mastered.  I also communicate the skills and texts we're working on in our weekly newsletter.  Our classroom webpage also contains a lot of information about what's going on in our classroom, all in an effort to keep parents in the loop!  (See Resource File:  Home Poetry Assignment; Sample Newsletter)

  Parent Communication: Communication & Involvement at Home
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Narrative Poetry Day One: What is a Narrative Poem?

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 6 of 18

Objective: SWBAT listen to narrative poems, discover and learn what makes the structure of narrative poems unique.

Big Idea: Learn about the narrative poem genre to prepare to create their own

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Poetry, text structure, Graphic Organizer, narrative, poem
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