Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Poetry of Langston Hughes - Section 3: Share


Hint: student output increases and so does the quality of their work if they know it will be shared with others. Make it part of the day’s agenda and you will notice the change to!  I like to close my lessons with a time for sharing.  It is great to have students discussing their work with other students.

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The Poetry of Langston Hughes

Unit 10: Poetry
Lesson 9 of 16

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast poems by the same author and analyze how the structure and style of a poem contributes to the theme.

Big Idea: Let's explore the poetry of Langston Hughes.

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