Reflection: Lesson Planning Writing and Workshopping Found Poems - Section 3: Typing the Poem

 

I am going to keep this short:  I want a computer for every child in the classroom, all day, all the time.  I don't want to share.  I don't want to traipse down to the computer lab.  I don't want to check out the cart.

Listen, I know I am lucky.  My school has so much more technology than most schools.  My first teaching job (in the 90s, in the city) involved me, some books and a single piece of chalk.  That is not an exaggeration.  There were no computers.

However.  It's 2014.  Toddlers know how to use iPads.  A laptop for every student would mean we could write more, students could read each other's writing by sharing it on the Google Drive, I could track revision history without having students staple ragged, handwritten copies together for my reading pleasure.

It would be good.

  Wish List: A Computer for Every Child
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Writing and Workshopping Found Poems

Unit 16: A Separate Peace
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT edit their found poems with the goal of bringing out a greater understanding of the elements of the novel.

Big Idea: The value in writing a poem lies in the process of choosing and arranging the words on the page.

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