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Poetry workstation

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  • 1. Poetry Work Station
    • Individual reading or buddy reading
    • Illustrating a poem
    • Filling in the blanks
    • Building a poem
    • Writing a poem
    • Listening to a poem
    • Perform a poem
    • See pages 92-95 for more things you can have your students do.
    What the Children Do
  • 2. Poetry Work Station
    • How to read poem fluently and with good expression
    • How to find rhyming words
    • How to make connections
    • How to illustrate a poem
    • How to buddy read a poem
    • How to write a poem
    • How to create visual images
    What the Teacher Needs to Model See pages 98-101 for more ideas of things you need to model.
  • 3. Poetry Work Station Ways to Keep the Station Going
    • Change the poems and add new poetry books
    • Write poem with the class and add to the station
    • Add new paper or shape paper for copying poems
    • Change the focus of the station to song writing, tongue twisters or jump rope rhymes
    • Add new writing and drawing tools for illustrating poems
    • See pages 102 and 103 for more ideas.
  • 4. Poetry Work Station
    • Periodically use the Poetry Station Assessment Form (Appendix G – Pages 208 and 209)
    • Have students share favorite poems during work station sharing time.
    • Periodically collect poetry notebooks or poems students write
    Assessing and Keeping Kids Accountable