Reflection: Lesson Planning Stories by the Fireside: More Than Puppy Dogs And Ice Cream - Section 3: Small Group Analysis


As often seems to be the case in large-scale collaborative assignments, students needed extra time to complete the previous day's group work, so today ended up a bit behind my initial plan. The extended time allowed students to delve into the material though, and truly gain an understanding of the poms. 

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Stories by the Fireside: More Than Puppy Dogs And Ice Cream

Unit 7: Literacy: Poetry by the Fireside (Romanticism Part I)
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT determine the themes present in Romantic poetry at the time of the American Renaissance by exploring the poets' choices in crafting the text.

Big Idea: Poetry publication is serious business. We're proposing a book cover that addresses the major ideas of four Fireside poets.

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