Reflection: Pacing Structure of poetry & The Star Spangled Banner - Section 4: Independent Practice


Today was a 1/2 day due to spring break, therefore we had an abbreviated class.  We did not get to go outside and write our own poems.  This is something that could be continued in a writing lesson or in a separate lesson later in the week.  I chose not to continue this lesson because once we get back from spring break, we are going to move on to a new text and a new reading skill.  

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Structure of poetry & The Star Spangled Banner

Unit 11: Voices of the Revolution - Part I
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze the structure of a poem and create a poem of their own!

Big Idea: Poems are structured just like other texts. How do you want to structure your own?

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