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Writing Dialogue Poems

Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Writing Dialogue Poems
Product Description
With this writing lesson for Dialogue Poems, students use mentor texts as models for their own writing. These lessons capitalize on the intimate relationship between the processes of reading and writing.

In this lesson, students first read examples of dialogue poems (internet links are provided to these poems which are also called "poems for two voices") and then write their own dialogue poems. They start by brainstorming a list of characters that they could use in their poems, and then they journal about the perspectives of each of their chosen characters. They continue going through the writing process, and finally, draft their own dialogue poems. Students use the six traits (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions) for the peer revision, and the rubric evaluates their use of these traits.

Additionally, this would be a creative lesson for helping students better understand the varying perspectives of people throughout history (Native American/Settler, Owner/Slave, King/Serf, etc.) in a social studies class.

The 14 page resource includes:
Explicit Lesson Plan with ELA Common Core Anchor Standards
Venn Diagram
Assignment Handout
Peer Review Handout
Proofreading Handout
Poetry Rubric
Three Student Sample Poems
Teacher Notes

If you like this lesson, please see my other Inspired Writing lessons:
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Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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