Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Sinking of the Titanic - Comparing Poetry and Prose - Section 4: Closing the Loop


Here's what students wrote - and from what we discussed I realized that they needed to discuss this with a small group to gain the deeper understanding of the difference between the poetry and the prose. Here's a review of what I saw from their writing and what I heard in our discussions. 

  discussion building deeper understanding
  Discourse and Questioning: discussion building deeper understanding
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Sinking of the Titanic - Comparing Poetry and Prose

Unit 3: Similarities and Differences in Points of View on the Titanic
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT...summarize "The Wreck of the Titanic" poem and write about how poetry changes the reader's perspective on the story of the Titanic

Big Idea: Poetry is written to entertain readers.

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