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1 End of Unit Assessment: Poetry Analysis

2 Opening Entry Task: Harriet Tubman (10 minutes) Work Time End of Unit 1 Assessment: Poetry Analysis (33 minutes) Closing and Assessment Exit Ticket: Self-Assessment #2 (2 minutes) Homework Continue reading your independent reading book

3 Entry Task: Harriet Tubman (one per student and one to display) Document camera Poetry Analysis Practice #2 (homework, from lesson 14) Entry Task: Harriet Tubman (answers, for teacher reference) Poets Toolbox reference sheet (from Lesson 11) How to Read a Poem anchor chart, student version (from Lesson 12) End of Unit 1 Assessment: Reading Poetry: Analyzing Structure and Language in We Wear the Mask (one per student) End of Unit 1 Assessment: Reading Poetry: Analyzing Structure and Language in We Wear the Mask (answers, for teacher reference)

4 Distribute one copy of the Entry Task: Harriet Tubman Take out your Poetry Analysis Practice #2 from homework and use it to complete the Entry Task: Harriet Tubman. Think of any last questions you have before the End of Unit 1 Assessment Briefly discuss the Entry Task: Harriet Tubman and Poetry Analysis Practice #2 See Entry Task: Harriet Tubman (answers, for teacher reference) for suggested answers Review any concepts identified as difficult through your entry tasks and exit tickets from Lessons 12–14

5 Clear your desks except for your Poets Toolbox reference sheet and How to Read a Poem anchor chart, student version Distribute the End of Unit 1 Assessment: Reading Poetry: Analyzing Structure and Language in We Wear the Mask Paul Laurence Dunbar was an African American poet who was friends with Frederick Douglass He was born after the Civil War and was the son of freed slaves. Follow along and read the poem silently in your heads while you read it aloud Clarify any vocabulary Complete the End of Unit 1 Assessment silently and individually If you finish early, you should read your independent reading book

6 Turn over your End of Unit 1 Assessment: Poetry Analysis and finish this sentence: The most important thing to remember when reading poetry is … Share out

7 Continue reading your independent reading book


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