Reflection: Lesson Planning Team Poetry Review Challenge - Section 2: Round One


I use my knowledge and understanding of each particular class's skill set and dynamics to determine, on the spot, which questions I ask during which round of the review. For some classes, a particular concept might be really clear, whereas for another class, that same concept might be a struggle still. The best advice is to pay close attention to the progress of each class, as good teachers always do, and make the determinations as you go, class by class. 

  How To Pick What Questions Go Where
  Lesson Planning: How To Pick What Questions Go Where
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Team Poetry Review Challenge

Unit 2: Poetry
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: Students will participate in a review game in preparation for the Poetry Unit assessment the following day

Big Idea: Let The Games Begin!

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English / Language Arts, Poetry, poetry (Analysis), review, Practice, group, poetry slam
  50 minutes
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