Reflection: Student Grouping Differentiated Poetry Experience, Day 1 - Section 1: Activator


Ahead of time, I determine the student groups, so that as they arrive I seat students in groups of four based on reading level: advanced, middle and low. However, I do not identify each group in that way. Instead, I use a color-coding system: purple worksheets for the advanced readers, yellow for the middle level and blue for the low level.

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Differentiated Poetry Experience, Day 1

Unit 10: Poetry
Lesson 12 of 16

Objective: SWBAT analyze poetry for six elements: figurative language, rhyme, setting, mood, theme and speaker.

Big Idea: Poetry analysis lesson differentiated by ability using Wordsworth’s “Daffodils.”

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