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Unit 5 week 2: lesson 8 - 12

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Unit 5 week 2: Lesson 8 and 10
Unit 5: Technology’s Impact on Society Essential Question: What value does technology bring to people’s lives?
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I can explain how poetic elements such as rhyme, scheme, stanza structure, and repetition work together to add meaning and tone to a poem meaning.
Learning Target
3. Open question
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Reread “The Railroad Agent” by James Steel Smith. How is the second stanza different from the first stanza? Cite specific text evidence to support your thinking. The first stanza is about ___. The second stanza is about ___. The first and second stanzas are different because ___.
4. Open question
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How does the second stanza develop the theme the poet introduces in the first stanza? Cite specific text evidence to support your thinking. The theme of the poem is ___. The second stanza developed the theme by ___.
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I can explain how figurative language and other poetic elements work together in a poem.
Learning Target
6. Open question
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Reread "Train Wreck" by James Steel Smith. What is the theme of this poem? How does the speaker of the poem feel about the topic? Cite specific text evidence to support your thinking. The topic of the poem is ___. The speaker feels ___ because ___. The theme of the poem is ___. I know this because ___.
7. Open question
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Reread "The Railroad Agent" by James Steel Smith. What is the theme of this poem? Cite evidence from the text to support your claim.
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I can compare and contrast similar themes in poems.
Learning Target
9. Slide
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The poems "Prayers of Steel" and "Banking Coal" both share a common theme about the hope that new technology brings. How is this theme developed in each poem? Cite evidence from the text to support your thinking.
Constructive Conversation
10. Open question
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Reread “Prayers of Steel” How is the second stanza different from the first? How does the second stanza help to develop the theme? Cite specific text evidence to support your thinking. The first and second stanzas are different because ___. The stanzas show that the theme is ___. I know this because the text says ___.

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