Reading with Expression Moody Reading: Reading with Expression A. Wills Multiple Subject Teacher This lesson will be used to help students understand how to read with expression by choosing an expression to read with regardless of what is written.
Read pages thru Oct. What kind of person do you picture when you imagine a poet? Facilitate a discussion about this entry. Today, what we are going to start is a Poetry Journal much like Jack and his class.
In this journal we are going to respond to the poems that are being read throughout class. I want you to try and be a poet yourself! You will try and use and imitate what the author does in their poems in our own writing. As we get more into the unit I will be teaching you various skills that go along with the poems we are reading together.
I will also use our journaling time as a time to have conferences about your writing and see how we can become better writers through this process. Read a silly poem of your choice to the students.
What did you notice about this poem? What was interesting about the words? Did the poet make you feel anything? Allow students journaling time to type their hand at writing a poem. This poem is not so structured due to being the beginning of the unit but as we move forward journaling time will be more concrete and structured.
Use this as a starting point for your students.
Give students 15 minutes of journaling time. Students that finish early should have independent poem reading time, choosing a poetry book from the classroom library. Students will bring in the lyrics to their favorite song.(As seen on The Today Show, Good Housekeeping, HerViewFromHome, ScaryMommy, The Huffington Post, Mamamia, MomsEveryday, and numerous social and news media outlets.
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Sometimes I feel sad, or grumpy, or tired or mad, and I want to be alone.
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