Reflection: Student Ownership Students Read Countee Cullen's “Incident” and “Saturday’s Child” and use TP-CASTT to Analyze Poems - Section 4: Wrap Up


Poetry Out Loud

This was a day when several students where absent which included all the girls.  My sense is that having a small all boys class and the Poetry Out Loud video clips I've been showing in class gave them a framework and permission to read poetry out loud.

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Students Read Countee Cullen's “Incident” and “Saturday’s Child” and use TP-CASTT to Analyze Poems

Unit 13: Expressive Writing
Lesson 10 of 15

Objective: SWBAT identify and interpret themes and give supporting evidence from the poems by group discussion and using TP-CASTT organizer.

Big Idea: What was the "Incident" that Countee Cullen experienced at an early age and impacted his adult life?

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