Reflection: Student Ownership Poetry - Illustrating and Publishing Continued - Section 3: Publishing and Illustrating Project


A few of the students are now finished with their book kits and are ready to send them in.  This is the hard part.  Trying to get everyone to have a completed kit.  It will take many days of nagging and for some kids even weeks.  (This is why we start so early.)  I am praying they all finish soon!  It is hard when some of the students have that sense of responsibility and ownership while others are hard to motivate. 

  Let the Nagging Begin!
  Student Ownership: Let the Nagging Begin!
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Poetry - Illustrating and Publishing Continued

Unit 5: Passion For Poetry
Lesson 19 of 19

Objective: SWBAT continue their journey through the writing process by illustrating and creating the final versions of their poetry books.

Big Idea: We are in the final stages of the publishing process for our hardbound poetry book project. This is our second day of illustrating our books as well as creating the final versions of the the poetry for the books.

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