Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Narrative Poetry Day Three: Drafting Your Narrative Poem - Section 3: Draft Away!


While my students were drafting their narrative poems, I noticed a common problem happening among many of the students.  They had a hard time designating "lines" in their poems.  Some had lines that were very long, and went onto the next line on the notebook paper, and some were very short, only a couple of words.  I did stop the class and show them that each line should fit on a notebook paper line, but in the end, I created a separate rough draft paper.  In reflection, I'm hoping this paper is more of clear visual definition of the structure of lines in poetry for the students. Thank you to my teaching partner, Sara Hesemann, for giving me a hand with this!  (See Resource File:  Narrative Poem Rough Draft Page)

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Narrative Poetry Day Three: Drafting Your Narrative Poem

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 8 of 18

Objective: SWBAT create a rough draft of their narrative poem from their brainstorm page.

Big Idea: First draft of narrative poems

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