Reflection: Poetry: Final draft – Day 1 - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Students will be given about two Writer’s Workshop periods to complete their final drafts. If you have kids that you will know need more time, I suggest sending it home with them to complete a few poems for homework. It is, of course, the teacher’s discretion to decide how many days to spend on final drafts in class, however, I like to wrap up this unit within three to four weeks.  

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Poetry: Final draft – Day 1

Unit 26: Poetry Writing Unit
Lesson 14 of 16

Objective: SWBAT write the final draft of their poems in their poetry books.

Big Idea: Completing the study of poetry

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