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Draft Your Poem. Please have out the following items: “Where I’m From” poem from yesterday List of influences on your identity Paper to draft your poem on Please pick up a poetry rubric from the front of the room (half sheet). Letter to Peer Editor.

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draft your poem
Draft Your Poem
  • Please have out the following items:
    • “Where I’m From” poem from yesterday
    • List of influences on your identity
    • Paper to draft your poem on
    • Please pick up a poetry rubric from the front of the room (half sheet)
letter to peer editor
Letter to Peer Editor

Voice depends on the reaction of an audience, this is your opportunity to have a dialogue about your writing. This will help you target your words for your audience.

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Letter to Peer Editor

Your letter should be structured in the following way…

  • Date and Salutation
  • First paragraph should explain why you think the voice you used in your poem matches your identity.
  • Second paragraph should address what you want your audience to understand about who you are.
  • The third paragraph will tell your peer editor on what you want feedback on.
  • Finally conclude your letter by telling them what part of your poem makes you the proudest. Also explain why if makes you proud.
  • Complimentary Closing
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