Reflection: Students with Disabilities Narrative Poetry Day Two: Planning a Narrative Poem of Your Very Own! - Section 4: Your Turn: Brainstorm Ideas!


Today, I work with a small group of students off to the side to help generate and record ideas.  These students are overwhelmed with the idea of a poem and a story together.  We start small, breaking it down into manageable pieces.  I also help them choose words that lend nicely to rhyming, such as big, all, blue, and side.  With some assistance they're on their way to getting their organizer filled out and feeling more confident.

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Narrative Poetry Day Two: Planning a Narrative Poem of Your Very Own!

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 7 of 18

Objective: SWBAT complete a graphic organizer to brainstorm ideas for their narrative poems including characters, setting, problem/solution, plot, interesting, and rhyming words.

Big Idea: Brainstorm ideas for a narrative poem

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