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  1. Do Now (5 min) Answer one of the following questions. -(If you have written poetry before) What suggestions can you give your classmates about how to write poetry? -(If you have not poetry before) What do you think will be the biggest challenge you face while writing poetry? 

  2. A Poet Speaks About Poetry Activity 3.3 

  3. Agenda • Do Now (5 min) • Objectives (2 min) • Think-pair-share about prior writing experiences (5 min) • Read Wooldridge Essays (15 min) • Summarize for classmates (30 min-5min/essay) • Closing (1 min) • Exit Slip (2 min) • Participation Grades (3 min)

  4. Content (The knowledge you’ll master today) • SWBAT: • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms Objectives (2 min) • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today) • SWBAT: • Read and understand a text about writing poetry • Summarize the text’s key points for your classmates Language (How you will master the knowledge) By: • Jigsawing and notating a group of essays • Creating and presenting a poster highlighting the essays key points

  5. Think-pair-share about prior writing experiences (5 min) Think-Pair-Share Question: In the past, what have been some of the successes and struggles you’ve had completing writing assignments?

  6. Read Wooldridge Essays (15 min) • Objective: SWBAT:Read and understand a text about writing poetry by notating and jigsawing a group of essays. Block 2 Here are the partners: Essay 1 (p. 194-196) Antonio, Steven, Ellie, Amber Essay 2 (p. 197-199) Monika, Jorge, Valentine, Christian Essay 3 (p. 200-201) Ahsten, Uriel, Brittany Essay 4 (p. 202-203) Thomas, Federico, Aliyah Essay 5 (p. 204-205) Isela, Brenda, Nick, -You and your partners will read one of the essays. -While you read, make sure you notations answer the following question: What suggestions does Wooldridge make about writing poetry? As you read, make poster of your key points, you will copy this on to the board *If your name is not listed, please raise your hand. I have another activity for you.

  7. Read Wooldridge Essays (15 min) • Objective: SWBAT: Read and understand a text about writing poetry by notating and jigsawing a group of essays. Block 3 Here are the partners: Essay 1 (p. 194-196) Savannah, Jazzy, Glendi Essay 2 (p. 197-199) Greg, Michelle, Jakeela Essay 3 (p. 200-201) Illycia, Samuel, Adrianne Essay 4 (p. 202-203) Bianca, Alexander Essay 5 (p. 204-205) Jose, Troy -You and your partners will read one of the essays. -While you read, make sure you notations answer the following question: What suggestions does Wooldridge make about writing poetry? As you read, make poster of your key points, you will copy this on to the board *If your name is not listed, please raise your hand. I have another activity for you.

  8. Summarize for classmates (30 min-5min/essay) • Objective: SWBAT:Summarize the text’s key points for your classmates by creating and sharing a poster highlighting the essays key points Presenting Group: Please share your poster! Listening Groups: Please take notes.

  9. Content (The knowledge you’ll master today) • SWBAT: • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms Closing (1 min) • Did you master the following objectives? • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today) • SWBAT: • Read and understand a text about writing poetry • Summarize the text’s key points for your classmates Language (How you will master the knowledge) By: • Jigsawing and notating a group of essays • Creating a poster highlighting the essays key points

  10. Exit Slip (3 min) • Which one of Wooldridge will be most useful to you? Why? 

  11. SMART (Participation) Grade (5 min) Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.* Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values: CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T. S = Self-Controlled M = Motivated A = Accountable R = Respectful T = Timely What do you deserve today? *One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these grades.