Sound in poetry lesson-analyze how sound techniques make a mood/tone/emotion

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Get your students thinking critically and creatively about poetry, and specifically the role of sound, with this lesson plan.

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- Warm-up by developing an original poem meant to evoke an emotion
- Analyze "Auto Wreck" and "Alabanza" by reviewing vocabulary words (printable list included)
- Complete an additional creative writing exercise to develop an 'ugly' poem

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- Guide critical thinking with careful questions
- Facilitate activities with clear, step-by-step instructions
- Model vocabulary-rich and evidence-driven analysis with answers to all prompts
- Lead great original writing with an interactive presentation
- Help students to connect poetry to recent history and a modern topic to expand their thinking about the role and purpose of poetry
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14
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1 hour

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Sound in poetry lesson-analyze how sound techniques make a
Sound in poetry lesson-analyze how sound techniques make a
Sound in poetry lesson-analyze how sound techniques make a
Sound in poetry lesson-analyze how sound techniques make a
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