Get in Line The Arrow and The Song - Section 1: Introduction and Expectations

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Interpreting Meaning: Poetry Workstations

Unit 4: Poetry: A Love/Hate Relationship- "Love That Dog"
Lesson 4 of 20

Objective: SWBAT understand that using text details to make inferences can help when interpreting the meaning of a poem.

Big Idea: Understanding Poetry isn't easy, but with differentiated, collaborative practice it can be fun!

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English / Language Arts, Poetry, figurative language (Poetry), theme (Reading Comp), poetry (Analysis), poetic style, small group, rhythm, Love That Dog, Sharon Creech, viewpoints
  50 minutes
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