Reflection: Joy How to ________ a Poem - Section 4: Independent writing


This was such a fun lesson.  The students really had fun with this kind of poem.  As an extension, students could get together in pairs, triads or table teams and write a group How to _____ a Poem and present to the rest of the class or to the school body during our Monday Morning Assemblies. 

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How to ________ a Poem

Unit 11: Spark the Poet Inside: Writing Poems
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write a poem describing how to "read" poem by examining two mentor poems and then writing their own using a powerful verb.

Big Idea: Countless Ways to [insert your verb here] a Poem! Develop imagination and metaphors!

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