Reflection: Supervising Student Teachers "Find Someone and Ask..." Poetry Discussion - Section 1: Teacher to Teacher: Lesson Context and Time Frame


The "Find Someone and Ask" discussion idea originated w/ Drue, the student teacher I'm supervising. She used it with her unit on The Taming of the Shrew and I "stole" it for this lesson. I love hanging out with the student interns whom I mentor. They often have new and fresh ideas that help me learn and keep my practice fresh and relevant to my students. 

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"Find Someone and Ask..." Poetry Discussion

Unit 10: Romantic, Victorian, and Modern British Poetry
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze British poetry using "Find Someone and Ask" discussion.

Big Idea: Asking questions leads to inquiry and close reading.

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