Middle School Poetry

    • Fifth grade
    • 76,771 Views
    • 9 Favorites
     

    Characteristics of Poetry

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to notice characteristics of poetry as a genre.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 86,028 Views
    • 22 Favorites
     

    Poetry

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: 5th grade ELA

    Description: Students will recognize multiple types and styles of poetry. They will respond in writing to poetry as well as read poetry fluently and with expression. …

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 70,027 Views
    • 4 Favorites
     

    Parts of Poetry

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to notice stanzas and lines in a poem.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 35,858 Views
    • 5 Favorites
     

    Alliteration

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to identify and create alliteration in poetry.

    • Fifth grade
    • Middle School
    • 34,712 Views
    • 3 Favorites
     

    Sensory Images

    Latisha Coleman from Friendship Chamberlain

    Location: Comprehension

    Objective: Students will know and be able to identify the use of sensory images in a text or poem.

    • Middle School
    • Fifth grade
    • 39,942 Views
    • 5 Favorites
     

    Personification

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to define and identify examples of personification.

    • Fifth grade
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    "Oranges" by Gary Soto

    7th Grade ELA » Unit: Poetry
    7th Grade ELA » Unit: Poetry
    Mary Lynch
    Mesa, AZ
    Environment: Suburban
    Big Idea: How does figurative language lead to any message?
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    • Fifth grade
    • 37,881 Views
    • 6 Favorites
     

    Onomatopoeia

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to define and identify examples of onomatopoeia in poetry.

    • Fifth grade
    • Middle School
    • 8,587 Views
    • 1 Favorite
     

    Poetry: Visualizing

    Latisha Coleman from Friendship Chamberlain

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will know and be able better comprehend a poem by using the visualizing strategy.

    • Middle School
    • Fifth grade
    • 48,305 Views
    • 4 Favorites
     

    Rhyme Scheme

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to identify and label different rhyme schemes in poetry.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 19,469 Views
    • 5 Favorites
     

    Metaphors

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to identify metaphors in poetry and explain their meaning.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 17,324 Views
    • 6 Favorites
     

    Free Verse and Couplets

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to identify and distinguish between free verse poetry and poems with rhyming couplets.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 21,302 Views
    • 3 Favorites
     

    Test Prep: Skills Based

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: 5th grade ELA

    Description: This unit is focused on skills needed to be successful on the DC-CAS test at the end of the year. The unit is structured around a five day cycle. Day one…

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 3,262 Views
     

    Story Elements: Entertain

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Test Prep: Skills Based

    Objective: Students will be able to use their knowledge of story elements to determine the author's purpose of a story.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 24,256 Views
    • 4 Favorites
     

    Point of View

    Amber Smith from Webb Elementary School

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to determine if a poem is written in first or third person point of view and define each view.

    • Fifth grade
 
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