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  1. 10-25-10 Common Assessment Review, “To a Mouse,” Dreams freewrite

  2. SSR (15 minutes) • Please begin SSR as soon as the bell rings. • If you need a book to read, please pick one from the clear container in the front of the classroom.

  3. 12-line poem…The Rules • I will give you one word. • You will use that word to create one line of poetry. • You CANNOT write more than one line. • The word MUST be included in the line. • The topic is up to you…see where your writing takes you!

  4. Example…12-line Poem • Chicago

  5. 12-line Poem • Beast

  6. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic

  7. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty

  8. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative

  9. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run

  10. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering

  11. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone

  12. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone • Foresight

  13. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone • Foresight • Schemes

  14. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone • Foresight • Schemes • Askew

  15. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone • Foresight • Schemes • Askew • Grief

  16. 12-line Poem • Beast • Panic • Hasty • Argumentative • Run • Murdering • Alone • Foresight • Schemes • Askew • Grief • Joy

  17. 12-line Poem…what’s your title? • Give your masterpiece a title.

  18. Pair Share Since we don’t have Spudnuts to share, let’s share poems. Turn to your neighbor and take turns reading your poem.

  19. “To a Mouse” By Robert Burns Written in 1785