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- Read & Understand Poetry, Grades 4-5 By Evan Moor
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Read & Understand Poetry, Grades 4-5 By Evan Moor
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Please note that ebooks and other digital media downloads are not returnable and all sales are final. Quite a few books on how to teach kids to write poetry come my way, but rarely have I seen one that actually teaches children how to understand and appreciate poetry!
Each of the books in this series includes over 25 poems, grouped into sections by topic. In my sample of Grades these are: family, unique word usage, action poems, occupations, the railroad, water, history and holidays. Each section includes poems, each accompanied by two student pages and a teacher page. The teacher page for each poem includes teaching tips and topics to use before, during and after the poem reading.
Often these feature suggestions for introducing topics or words, locating and discussing poetic devices used in the poem, or for pointing out formal English language "irregularities" that are often found in poems.
The actual poem follows, printed in large font on an entire page accompanied by a black-and-white drawing.
The poems themselves have been selected from a wide range of authors, both well-known and not-so well-known, modern and classic. Two student workbook pages follow the poem, asking students to reflect on meanings in the poem and think about how language was used.
The first page contains a series of multiple-choice questions that ask students to think about the poem itself and particular pieces of the poem.
Questions might ask students to interpret what certain phrases in the poem mean, who is narrating the poem, how the people mentioned in the poem probably feel, and much more. The second student page focuses more on language skills, and analyzing language through the poem.
For example, after "Jabberwocky", they must decide whether some of the nonsense words included in the poem are nouns, verbs, or adjectives. Other worksheets ask students for specific examples of language from the poem, and then challenge them to write their own similar poem, using their own words or phrases. A glossary of poetry terms, short biographies of the featured poets and an answer key are also included. Overall, I'm very impressed with this series and all the bases it covers.
Not only is poetry read or shared aloud, but students also learn to understand and comprehend poetry which is a little different than regular reading comprehension , and even develop an appreciation for the way poets use language and specific poetic devices in their creations. As a bonus, students are often given the opportunity to write their own poetry after studying the model poem, providing them with a much more well-rounded foundation to write from than a "here's what a limerick is - now write one" lesson.
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Julie P on Aug 15, Questions For Similar Products. Review More Purchases My Posts. Rated 3 out of 5. Not interesting or enjoyable. Both my kids loathed this book. The poetry they didn't mind, and some it they enjoyed, but both found the questions to be irritating. We eventually abandoned this for a self-made poetry curriculum. December 21, Lisa Krentz. Purchased over 3 years ago. Reviews for Similar Products.
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Read and Understand Poetry, Grades 2-3
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At the end of the poem, the narrator. The poem tells. Understanding the Poem First, read the lines from the poem. Then show what they mean by completing each sentence. If necessary, ask questions such as: Do you think the poem is about the color black? What else do we mean when we use the word black?
The simple, structured lessons of Read and Understand Poetry are designed to help teachers guide students in reading and responding to poetry. The poems.
Read and Understand Poetry, Grades 4-5 - Teacher Reproducibles, Print
Grade appropriate texts are grouped into 5 core comprehension strategies or skills In short, building reading comprehension skills requires a long term strategy in Choose text within students' instructional-independent reading level range. Analyze the structure of texts, including how To build a foundation for college and career readiness, students must read Through extensive reading of stories, dramas, poems, and myths from 1 Please see Research to Build and Present Knowledge in Writing and Comprehension and Poems for Building Reading Skills Level 2 The Poet and the Professor Timothy Rasinski; Karen McGuigan Brothers and Differentiating Proficiency Levels for English Language Learners All teachers should Students at levels 4 and 5 or 6, in some cases may appear to be fully. Please note: For the grade level and grade band standards, RI and RL are included to show Creating this learning environment for emergent readers can take a variety the foundational word reading skills necessary to read texts independently. Or poem.
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