Reflection: Intervention and Extension Poetry: Writing Haikus - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Students struggle a bit with Haiku poems because they may not fully understand the concept of syllables. I practice with them by saying each syllable slowly and counting on my fingers. This will take a lot of scaffolding for many students, so I try to meet with every group for a reasonable amount of time during the independent practice portion of the day’s lesson.  

  Practicing Syllables
  Intervention and Extension: Practicing Syllables
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Poetry: Writing Haikus

Unit 26: Poetry Writing Unit
Lesson 4 of 16

Objective: SWBAT write Haiku poems using the correct elements.

Big Idea: Understanding the elements of Haiku poetry

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