DO NOW
Take out revised poem
Entry Task
• What does it mean to use “strong
evidence” to support an analysis?
• What do you...
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

What does it mean to use “strong evidence?

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•
What might be challenging about using...
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Learning Objectives

I can use correct
capitalization, punctuation and spelling
in my two-voice poem....
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

Capitalization & Punctuation

Must be clear
•

Show beginning and end of thoughts

•
...
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

ETHIOPIA PARTNERS!
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

Look at the model poem
(Uncle Jewiir & Nya’s Uncle)
•

With partner, find complete se...
Poetry Writing
Rubric
CRITERIA

*Row 4

Control of
Conventions

4
Demonstrate
grade
appropriate
command of
conventions,
wi...
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

Look at YOUR poem
•

Read your poem to your poem with punctuation!
•

Period (.) = ST...
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

Revising your poem
 Read over your revised poem

 Decide where you will add capital...
A Long Walk to Water
Poetry Writing

What can you do to be more successful for
tomorrow’s poetry presentation?
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•

•
•
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Homework

Finish your poem!
• Proofread it one more time!
• Fix any mistakes
• Practice reading it!!!
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Poetry Writing

Next Period:
TEST
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Poetry Writing

The Last Test for this Book!!!!

Read three excerpts (two sources)
Do ALL parts of th...
A Long Walk to Water
Homework

If you are done early…
• Proofread the poem again!
• Fix any mistakes
• Practice reading it...
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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson5 unit3

  1. 1. DO NOW Take out revised poem Entry Task • What does it mean to use “strong evidence” to support an analysis? • What do you think will be challenging about using capitals and punctuation in your poem?
  2. 2. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing What does it mean to use “strong evidence? • • What might be challenging about using punctuation / capitalization in your poem? • •
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can use correct capitalization, punctuation and spelling in my two-voice poem. I can cite strong evidence to support my analysis of an informational text in the end of a unit assessment.
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Capitalization & Punctuation Must be clear • Show beginning and end of thoughts • Show quotes • Might stretch between voices
  5. 5. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing ETHIOPIA PARTNERS!
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Look at the model poem (Uncle Jewiir & Nya’s Uncle) • With partner, find complete sentences • Draw a circle around them! • Be ready to share out!
  7. 7. Poetry Writing Rubric CRITERIA *Row 4 Control of Conventions 4 Demonstrate grade appropriate command of conventions, with few errors. Use of capitalization and spelling is gradeappropriate with few errors. Quotes and citations are punctuated correctly. 3 Demonstrate appropriate command of conventions with occasional errors that do not hinder comprehension. Occasional capitalization and spelling errors do not hinder comprehension. Quotes and citations are generally punctuated correctly. There is a Works Cited with few errors. 2 1 Demonstrate emerging command of conventions, with errors that may hinder comprehension. Demonstrate a lack of command of conventions, with frequent errors that hinder comprehension Some capitalization and spelling errors may hinder comprehension. Quotes and citations are inconsistently punctuated. There is a Works Cited page that contains some errors. Frequent capitalization and spelling errors hinder comprehension. There is an attempt to punctuate quotes and citations. There is a Works Cited page with many errors. 0 Are minimal, making assessment of conventions unreliable. Capitalization and spelling errors prevent the reader from understanding the poem. Punctuation is not used to signify quotes or citations. There is no Works Cited page.
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Look at YOUR poem • Read your poem to your poem with punctuation! • Period (.) = STOP • Comma (,) = breathe • Let your “ear” help you! • Listen to feedback from your partner
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Revising your poem  Read over your revised poem  Decide where you will add capitals  Decide where you need punctuation  Re-read it with the changes to be sure it makes sense
  10. 10. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing What can you do to be more successful for tomorrow’s poetry presentation? • • • •
  11. 11. A Long Walk to Water Homework Finish your poem! • Proofread it one more time! • Fix any mistakes • Practice reading it!!!
  12. 12. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing Next Period: TEST
  13. 13. A Long Walk to Water Poetry Writing The Last Test for this Book!!!! Read three excerpts (two sources) Do ALL parts of the assessment ** Remember…read for strong evidence! **
  14. 14. A Long Walk to Water Homework If you are done early… • Proofread the poem again! • Fix any mistakes • Practice reading it silently!!!
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