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    • Fifth grade
    • 65,252 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
    • Middle School
    • 33,311 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
    • Sixth grade
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      , Seventh grade, Eighth grade
    • 9,360 Views
    • 1 Favorite
     

    Chapter 4 - Character Development

    Lindsey Joseph

    Location: Ties That Bind, Ties That Break - Novel Study

    Objective: Students will be able to apply different learning techniques in regards to comprehension, character analysis, literary elements (character conflict, settin…

    • Sixth grade
      2 more ...
      , Seventh grade, Eighth grade
    • Fifth grade
    • 45,330 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
    • Upper Elementary
    • 25,817 Views
    • 2 Favorites
     

    Introduction to Poetry

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to explain what a poem is and how it is different from other genres of literature.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Fifth grade
    • 15,602 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
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    What is Poetry?

    4th Grade ELA » Unit: Passion For Poetry
    4th Grade ELA » Unit: Passion For Poetry
    Rebecca  Strebel
    Ogden, UT
    Environment: Suburban
    Big Idea: We will introduce the students to many different forms and types of poetry and get them excited about writing their own poems!
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    • Upper Elementary
    • 14,222 Views
    • 1 Favorite
     

    Rhythm and Rhyme

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to explain and use rhythm and rhyme in their writing.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Upper Elementary
    • 19,107 Views
     

    Free Verse

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to identify poetry as Free Verse. Students will be able to write a free verse poem.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Upper Elementary
    • 7,316 Views
     

    Narrative Poetry - Main Idea

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to identify a narrative poem and synthesize the main idea and provide evidence of the main idea.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Upper Elementary
    • 2,924 Views
    • 1 Favorite
     

    Simile

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to identify and use simile in poems the read and write.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Upper Elementary
    • 13,266 Views
    • 1 Favorite
     

    Concrete Poems

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to explain what a concrete poem is and write their own.

    • Upper Elementary
    • Third grade
    • 4,523 Views
     

    Limericks

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Objective: Good readers and writers understand different types of poetry by learning about the different kinds and types of poetry. Today we will study l…

    • Third grade
    • Upper Elementary
    • 11,924 Views
    • 2 Favorites
     

    What is Narrative Poetry?

    James Wolfe from Pride College Preparatory Academy

    Location: Love that Dog by Sharon Creech

    Objective: Students will be able to identify a poem as narrative. Students will synthesize a narrative poem that tells a story.

    • Upper Elementary
    • All Grades
    • 4,644 Views
     

    Sound Devices in Poetry

    Dominique Kelly from Cesar Chavez Public Charter School - Chavez Prep

    Location: Poetry

    Objective: Students will be able to analyze the use of sound devices in a poem in order to explain how these sound devices contribute to the meaning of a poem.

    • All Grades
 
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