- Students will learn about acrostic poetry through learning about weather.
- The learner will use mood and imagery to create their poem.
- After learning about an acrostic poem and how to construct one, the student will accurately create an acrostic poem using the word WEATHER.
- The learner will demonstrate legible printing skills in the creation of their poem
of the poem “It’s Hot” for each student
of acrostic poems for each student
- First explain to the students that today they will all become poets!
- They will be creating a poem using the word weather. Explain that each new line must begin with the next letter in the word weather.
- The student will draft writing by maintaining focus on a single
idea and developing supporting details.
The student will compose simple stories, poems, riddles, rhymes, or song
- The student will demonstrate legible printing skills.
REVIEW & ASSESSMENT
take an informal assessment. Listen to each student as they participate in
the class discussion about the Shel Silverstein’s poem.
- Check for
understanding about the use of words that appeals to the senses, creates
imagery, and suggests mood.
poem and check to see if they used words that accurately appeals to the
senses, creates imagery, and suggests mood.
- Make sure that it is in legible print.
- Use of visuals when showing examples of poems.