Reflection: Intervention and Extension Theme - Section 1: Prompt


I realized that at this point most students are able to interpret the poem without any hints as provided on the worksheet before the questions.  For my honors classes, I remove the “hints” given in the directions.  However, for those students struggling with figurative language, I feel the hints enabled them to be independently successful.   The cognitive development of some students is still at the literal level; this will help guide them with interpretation.

  Poem Interpretation
  Intervention and Extension: Poem Interpretation
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Unit 1: Folklore
Lesson 12 of 15

Objective: SWBAT determine theme while interpreting the influence of other literary elements.

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English / Language Arts, theme, mythology
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