No Series: Representing Poems Through Collage (Uncut)

Representing Poems Through Collage (Uncut)

Lesson Objective: This is 40 minutes of authentic teaching, unedited, and without teacher narration.
Grade 5 / ELA / Gifted
40 MIN

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  1. Creative Problem Solving Student collaboration Arts integration Analysis Critique Reflection?

2 Comments

  • Private message to Bonnie Taylor

This observation is more about how to give and receive constructive feedback than about the subject matter of Langston Hughes's poem A Dream Deferred.  It is an interesting study in how to conduct productive discussions aimed at improving teaching, learning, and self-efficacy.  

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  • Private message to Chirag Rana

I love how the teacher really utilizes the poem in a way to where her students can be able to creatively think outside the box when it comes to the visual representation during their presentation. This also falls in line when she allows her students to have a small Q & A segment in which the class can ask the presenting group if they felt things made sense to them, or if they were confused about certain choices made for the collage in relation to the poem. I really appreciate that at the end of the lesson she would ask her students about what they loved about the lesson, what were some things that they didn't like about it,  and go into a deep discussion about the signficance of the lesson itself.  

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