Reflection: Flexibility Romantic Carousel Activity - Section 1: Introduction


I, ahem, stole the particular arrangement and set-up for this lesson from another Master Teacher, Glenda Funk, and I really like the flexibility it gave students.  We were able to cover quite a few topics, including grammar, in one class period, and students were able to make choices about where they were going to go and what order they were going to do the lessons in. 

I particularly like that they didn't have to go to every station, but they were able to get something rich out of each station they visited.  

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Romantic Carousel Activity

Unit 2: The Romantic Poets
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT apply what they've learned about Romantics to several small activities

Big Idea: True understanding is demonstrated by applying a concept in multiple ways.

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English / Language Arts, Romantic Period, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, William Wordsworth, John Keats
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