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Earth Verse: Using Science in Poetry

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Grades 3 – 5
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Four 50- to 60-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Valerie A. Adair, M.Ed.

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Vickie Hinkle

February 13, 2013

I used parts of your lesson for teaching reading and writing fluency for intermediate grades. I found it very useful and well written. I also found links like writingfix.com to teach sentence fluency from the six traits of writing. I also found Mr. R's math and science website called mathstory.com which has lots of poems for science, math, videos and a lot of other stuff for science and math. Thanks for creating this lesson

 

 

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