A Long Walk to Water: Lesson4 unit3

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NYS Common Core
7th Grade ELA Module 1 Unit 3

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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson4 unit3

  1. 1. DO NOW Take out poem plan homework Entry Task • What does “critique” mean? • What does “incorporate feedback” mean? • What will you being doing today?
  2. 2. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can critique my partner’s two voice poem using the rubric. I can revise my work by incorporating feedback from my partner.
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Picking a partner – someone you trust! Peer Critique Expectations • Be kind • Be specific • Be helpful • Participate
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Today, only look at evidence Peer Critique Directions • • • • • Together: review the rubric - Command of Evidence row Together: read one poem aloud Partner: give feedback Author: record feedback Author: Thanks you…my next step… Switch & do it again!
  5. 5. Poetry Writing Rubric CRITERIA 4 3 2 Command of Evidence Develop the topic with relevant, wellchosen facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other info. and examples from the text(s). Develop the topic with relevant facts, definitions, details, quotations or other information and examples from the text(s). Partially develop the topic of the essay with the use of some textual evidence, some of which may be irrelevant. The main idea of the poem and the comparison of Salva and Nya are developed with wellchosen and concrete evidence and quote from the texts.. The main idea of the poem and the comparison of Salva and Nya are developed with relevant evidence and quotes from the texts. *Row 2* Some evidence and quotes from the texts help compare Salva and Nya and partially develop the main idea of the poem. 1 Demonstrate an attempt to use evidence, but only develop ideas with minimal, occasional evidence which is generally invalid or irrelevant. There is an attempt to use evidence and quotes from the texts, but they are generally invalid or irrelevant. 0 Provide no evidence or provide evidence that is completely irrelevant. There are no quotes or evidence from the texts or they are completely irrelevant to the topic of the poem.
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Revising your poem  Read over your Recording Form  Decide where you will add a revision  Write it in the space above the line you want to change  Re-read it with the change to be sure it makes sense
  7. 7. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Shoulder partner • Talk about your partnering today • What was helpful? • Is your poem better now?
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can critique my partner’s two voice poem using the rubric. I can revise my work by incorporating feedback from my partner.
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water Homework Test tomorrow?! • Compare and contrast the website “Water for Sudan” with A Long Walk to Water • Finish any revisions to your poem

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