Reflection: Rigor Poetry - Illustrating and Publishing - Section 3: Publishing Project


So here is the dirty truth about this hardbound book project: We have done for several years now.  Reality is that about this time during the project we are about to pull all our hair out one by one.  (That would be less painful than trying to make this project successful for each student. lol) But by the time we get the books back, we forget all the pain and torture it was to get there and are thrilled with the outcome.  They always turn out amazing.

All the hard work and effort is worth it when the students get a hardbound book keepsake, filled with their work,  that they can treasure for years to come.

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  Rigor: The Dirty Truth
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Poetry - Illustrating and Publishing

Unit 5: Passion For Poetry
Lesson 18 of 19

Objective: SWBAT create the illustrations for their poetry book and and write the final edited and revised versions of their poems to send to the publisher.

Big Idea: We are in the final stages of the publishing process. Our poetry books are about become a reality! We will be creating illustrations and writing our final versions of our poems. EXCITING!

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