1.Take a look a marked up poem; remind
ourselves what our poem should look like at the end of a thoughtful, careful
4.Follow the directions at the bottom of
the sheet for turn-in.Please do not
ask, “Do we turn this in when we’re done,” etc.
5.As soon as you complete your thoughtful
peer conference, pick up a copy of the Prompt Word Poem Rubric, and start
working on that.
2nd and 3rd
Revised Russian Tailor w/Completed Orange rubric (from Monday’s blog,
if you don’t know what I’m talking about)
I do not have Revised Russian Tailor poems and rubrics from the
following people.You can print yours
now, and conference with someone else on the list.Or, if you haven’t completed this assignment,
you should start working on the Prompt Word Poem.
Minutes)Workshop Time = Prompt Word
ØPrompt Word Poem
1.Review:what did we learn from Lauren Carter’s model
2.Review:what did we learn about line breaks and
3.Get a copy of the
rubric, and begin with the end in mind.
4.Due Thursday, when
you walk in—we’ll be trading them with a partner
Places to Be Online
5.Grooveshark or Pandora
w/me in library = read aloud and poem conference over
Minutes) Portfolio Reminder
Portfolio Discussion Sheet
4th Block Only
Assignment (Imagery and Diction)
Sense Poem (page 65)
Updated Sense Poems (Jake’s and Bryton’s)
Writing Workshop (20 minutes for page
65, then typing)
1.Sense Poem: Fill out page 65, then create a
thoughtful first draft, using Vocabulary Variety.
2.Print a hard copy, and
I’ll send someone over in a bit to pick them up. Homework for Thursday
Select one of the following prompts.
Type for 450 words or more.
Use MLA format for heading
Put the final word count in parentheses next to your name.