Reflection: Student Ownership Poetry: Rhythm and Rhyme - Section 3: Poetry Reading


Students were able to apply their knowledge during the Poetry Reading.  Reading with Stressed and Unstressed Syllables creates rhythm in their poetry.  They are still beginner poets with many flaws, but overall, students grasped the concept of reading a poem with intonations and accentuated syllables.  They are able to hear the rhythmic patterns and qualities of poems.

  Student Ownership: Reading with Rhythm
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Poetry: Rhythm and Rhyme

Unit 7: Poetry
Lesson 2 of 15

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

Big Idea: How do rhythm and rhyme affect the structure of poetry ?

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English / Language Arts, poetry (Analysis), syllable pattern, Poetry, rhythm and rhyme, poem, Poetic Devices
  60 minutes
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