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Unit 3

I can identify the different parts of a poem (line, stanza, stanza break), and identify figurative language (rhyme, alliteration, repetition, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, personification, and anaphora).  I can also demonstrate my knowledge of 1st person and 3rd person in a poem of my own.  

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I will create a variety of poems (haiku, limerick, acrostic, hyperbole, cinquain).  I will use my knowledge of figurative language, structure, and rhythm. 

Lesson 1

Little Red Riding Hood & the Wolf

Stanza, Stanza Break, Line, Rhyme

Use the colors below to color code the poem.

dialogue

line

stanza

rhymes

Listen to Roald Dahl's "Little Red Riding Hood"

Color code the poem to show each part

Discuss the elements of the poem

I can identify the parts of a poem and I will discuss the parts of the poem.

Lesson 2

Ask Aden / Wishes

Repetition & Alliteration

Use the colors below to color code the poem.

dialogue

line

stanza

rhymes

alliteration

Listen to poems and color code the parts

Identify repetition and alliteration

Create a poem like "Ask Aden" and "Wishes"

I can identify the figurative languages of repetition and alliteration.

Lesson 3

My First Memory

Points of View & Memory Poem

Identify 1st person vs 3rd person

Listen to the free verse poem "My First Memory"

Plan your own memory poem with sensory details

I can identify the different between 1st person and 3rd person.  I will plan my memory free verse poem.

Lesson 4

Harlem

Similes

Use the colors below to color code the poem.

similes

line

stanza

rhymes

alliteration

Listen to the poem "Harlem" and color code the parts

I can identify similes

Create a simile-rich poem in response to "What happens when your teeth aren't brushed?"

I can use my knowledge of similes to create a poem in response to the question "What happens when your teeth aren't brushed?"

Lesson 5

Harlem

Figurative Language

Listen to Harlem articles

Paraphrase an article

Present your article to the class

I can identify the most important information from my article and paraphrase it.

Lesson 6

Why We Play Basketball

Varying Tones for Different Audiences

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