AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry (Grades

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry (Grades

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry (Grades 4-5) LESSON 5 Unit Reflection AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 1 Lesson 5 Preview Poem Revisions Using form in your poem Peer revisions

Writing your final draft Poem Presentations (extra credit) Unit Evaluation Unit Evaluation Handout Class Share-out AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 2 Lesson 5 Poem Revisions: Form Relates to particular pattern & organization of the poem Can be created through:

the length of the lines the rhythm of the lines the arrangement of stanzas, lines, and spacing in the poem the use of literary devices like rhyme and repetition Why? put emphasis on certain parts, create movement in your poem, add emotion (fun, drama, etc.) to your poem Think back to Janice Mirikitanis Sing with Your Body AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 3 Lesson 5 Poem Revisions: Form

What emotion do you want your poem to have? How does your poem make you feel? What lines or stanzas do you want to get the most attention or emphasis? Now, keep your answers to these questions in mind AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 4 Lesson 5 Poem Revisions: Form Illustrate your answers through adding form to your poem: the length of the lines

the rhythm of the lines the arrangement of stanzas, lines, and spacing in the poem the use of capitalization, punctuation, etc. the use of literary devices like rhyme and repetition How can you use these to add or subtract emotions or emphasis from certain lines and stanzas? Write a new draft using at least 2 examples of form. AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 5 Final Revision & Final Drafts

Each student should share their new draft with their partner. As your partner shares their poem, think about whether the form shows the answers they shared with you earlier. If it does, great! If not, share what you think is missing and give suggestions on how they can add that! Also give general feedback or other suggestions you might have relating to other poetic elements covered in the unit (metaphors, similes, alliteration, rhyme, repetition) AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 6

Final Revision & Final Drafts After each partner has shared their poem and given feedback and suggestions (as needed), write the final draft of your poem. AdvancingJustice-LA.org AASC.UCLA.edu 7 Poem Presentations AdvancingJustice-LA.org

AASC.UCLA.edu 8 Unit Evaluation Handout 1. What was your favorite poetic element to use? 2. How did writing your poem make you feel? Did you like it or dislike it and why? 3. Which poem from the unit was your favorite? Why? 4. How would you change this unit to make it more fun or interesting? 5. Did this unit change what or how you think about poetry? Explain. AdvancingJustice-LA.org

AASC.UCLA.edu 9 Women Poetry Lesson 5: Unit Reflection Curriculum Developer: Prabhneek Heer Curriculum Contributors: Patricia Kwoh AdvancingJustice-LA.org

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