Reflection: ELL Students Introduction to Poetry (Day 1) - Section 3: Closing


This cloze activity provided students additional exposure to academic language.  This is especially important for my English language learners.  It also required students to construct meaning through reading and writing.  This activity also met the needs of visual and tactile learners.

  ELL Students: Academic Language
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Introduction to Poetry (Day 1)

Unit 16: Exploring Poetry
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT refer to parts of a poem using elements of poetry.

Big Idea: Students learn what makes a poem a poem as they explore the world of poetry.

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