Reflection: Videotaping Narrative Poetry Day Five (Conclusion): Record Your Poem - Section 2: Lesson: Making an Audio Recording


Recordings are a great way for kids to self-reflect.  I wasn't used to having my students complete recordings of themselves as an assessment.  Now, with each of our six Common Core aligned ELA units, the students record themselves either as an audio recording, or an audio and visual recording.  The kids really seem to to like this, and have grown from it.  

  Videotaping: Recordings
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Narrative Poetry Day Five (Conclusion): Record Your Poem

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 10 of 18

Objective: SWBAT record their narrative poem using appropriate rate, volume, expression, and accuracy.

Big Idea: Students make an audio recording of their narrative poem

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English / Language Arts, Speaking Fluency, Poetry, audio recording, narrative poem, digital presentation, Camtasia, narrative
  50 minutes
narrative poems day five
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