Reflection: Student Ownership Poetry: Haiku - Section 3: Poetry Readings


The template used for the Haiku thoroughly guided students in writing their own Haiku, as shown in Haiku student sample 1.  A concrete visual representation serves as a graphic organizer.  Working together is preferable since I noticed that each partner filled in the gaps for the other partner.  Two heads are better than one!

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Poetry: Haiku

Unit 7: Poetry
Lesson 7 of 15

Objective: SWBAT describe how words and phrases have rhythm and interpret their meaning.

Big Idea: How do poets communicate theme through text and images?

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