Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Introduction to Poetry (Day 2) - Section 2: Independent Practice


The majority of my students are comfortable with open-ended assignments like this one.  However, I have a few who need more structure.  I created the attached graphic organizer for those students.  This gave them a definitive place to write their answers.

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Introduction to Poetry (Day 2)

Unit 16: Exploring Poetry
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT identify elements of a poem as they read a variety of poems.

Big Idea: Students continue to explore elements of poetry.

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