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Tonya Simms

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Haiku Mini Writer's Workshop

Watch the video lesson and look at the example provided before beginning your work. 1. Click the add 3. Use your pen pencil highlighter eraser label tools to write your own Haiku poem. 4. Clap out the syllables in each line to double check your work. 5. Create an illustration for your poem. 6. Click the mic button and read your poem aloud. 7. Click the check to submit your work. 8. Respond to three classmates with one Star one Step feedback each. (Star: One thing that was done well, Step: One suggestion to improve)

5th Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Take time to teach and practice giving and receiving feedback with the students before having them do it on seesaw. Model what a content specific "Star" ( praise, compliment) would look like, and what an appropriate content specific "Step" ( ONE simple SUGGESTED change or improvement) *Powtoon presentation created by Laurie Precht