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The Magnetism of Language: Parts of Speech, Poetry, and Word Play
|Grades||6 – 8|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Seven 50-minute sessions|
Granite Falls, North Carolina
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September 06, 2013
I teach poetry and I am teaching grammar. This is a great poem for both. Thanks for putting this information up for free. If you have more please let me know. I have some good stuff I'd be willing to share if you're interested. Silversein, anyone?
February 25, 2011
This lesson was lots of fun! I had kids type their initial word lists into Google docs and then use Wordle (wordle.net) to create some art with the lists, and kids really enjoyed that, as well. The magnets were lots of fun; the magnet strips themselves were kind of a pain, but worth the effort. Great idea to incorporate parts of speech with the classic Carroll poem! Five stars!
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