Looking for a way to THOROUGHLY engage your students with poetry - look no further.
Use this at any point in a poetry unit, but especially at the start, to get your students excited about what they're going to explore.
This presentation guides students (and you) through a variety of different ways to approach found poems, including blackout poetry.
I am used to teaching mixed-ability classes with EAL students and all my students can rise to this challenge, from those who are below to those who are above grade level. This resource would be fine for upper elementary, but best for secondary students. Differentiation is best done through the text selections you make.
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