Reflection: Student Feedback Learning Alliteration - Section 5: Our Closure

 

Overall, my students did a great job writing sentences that utilized alliteration.  After checking their papers, I wrote comments on each of their sentences, so they would know what they did well, and where they were a bit off.  Then, when they checked their papers with their parents, they would see that feedback.  You can see a few examples of student work here: Student Work Alliteration.mp4.

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Learning Alliteration

Unit 18: Let's Learn About Poetry
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT identify sentences that utilize alliteration and then be able to write sentences using alliteration.

Big Idea: Figurative language for first grade? Fantastic!

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