A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION

A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
A GIRL CALLED GOLDEN - AN ODE BY DAVID BATESON : LESSON PRESENTATION
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Lesson presentation with 3 sessions on poetry comprehension – A Girl Called Golden by David Bateson.

After completing this unit students will be able to:

  • Analyse the poem to make a critical appreciation (session 1).
  • Identify the poetic devices and explain how they are used in the poem (session 2).
  • Annotate the lines of the poem with reference to context (session 3).

Lesson Preview:

  • Background of the Poem (Scaffold Notes 1)
  • Poem, Introduction, and Poet (Scaffold Notes 2)

SESSION 1: POETRY ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL APPRECIATION

Discussion:

  • Poetry Forms (Scaffold Notes 3)
  • Poetry Structures (Scaffold Notes 4)
  • Poetry Analysis Guide (Scaffold Notes 5)
  • Poetry Analysis Template (Scaffold Notes 6)

Collaborative Group Tasks:

  • Pair-Share - Inferring the meaning of the words from the context of the poem (Exercise 1)
  • Ask-Write - Finding clues to infer character of Betty Cuthbert (Exercise 2)
  • Write-Advance – Critical appreciation of the poem (Exercise 3)

Assessment - Poetry Analysis Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 7)

Differentiated Tasks - Answering questions (Exercise 4)

Plenary – Answering poetry elements questions (Exercise 5)

SESSION 2: POETIC DEVICES IN POETRY AND THEIR USAGE

Discussion:

  • Comparison Devices (Scaffold Notes 8)
  • Sound Devices (Scaffold Notes 9)
  • Figures of Speech (Scaffold Notes 10)

Collaborative Group Tasks:

  • Pair-Share – Relating stanzas for question and answers (Exercise 6)
  • Ask-Write - Identification and explanation of poetic devices (Exercise 7)
  • Write-Advance - Comparing Betty with her classmates (Exercise 8)

Assessment - Poetic Devices in Poetry Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 11)

Differentiated Tasks - Answering differentiated questions based on poem theme (Exercise 9)

Plenary – Answering poetic devices questions (Exercise 10)

SESSION 3: POETRY ANNOTATION AND REFERENCE TO CONTEXT

Discussion:

  • Annotation Guide (Scaffold Notes 12)
  • Annotation Template and Prompt (Scaffold Notes 13)
  • Explanation Prompts for Figures of Speech (Scaffold Notes 14)

Collaborative Group Tasks:

  • Pair-Share - Summarizing the meaning of the poem (Exercise 11)
  • Ask-Write - Identification of annotation elements (Exercise 12)
  • Write-Advance - Annotating the lines of the poem (Exercise 13)

Assessment - Annotation Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 15)

Differentiated Tasks - Answering comprehension questions (Exercise 14)

Plenary - Answering multiple choice questions (Exercise 15)

Home Learning: Online Exercises

Common Core Standards - ELA.LITERACY.RL.6-8.1-4

Skills - Social and Cognitive

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  • To challenge early finishers
  • For effective tutoring
  • As ESL stations and sub tubs
  • As holiday work and homework
  • For small group collaborations
  • For an end of unit assessments 
  • For reinforcement and enrichment

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Teaching Duration
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