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The Sun Goes Down On Summer

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Erin Van Sickle

on 25 August 2015

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Transcript of The Sun Goes Down On Summer

By Steve Lawhead
The Sun Goes Down On Summer
2. Read the poem silently and place a ? by any words, phrases, or lines you don't understand.
2.Read the poem again – underline at least two
lines that resonate with you.
something you can relate to personally.
3.Now listen as I read the poem aloud. Circle any words or phrases that sound interesting to you.
4.Now turn to someone beside you and
share out the lines and phrases you marked.
Explain WHY those items stood out to you.
Class Discussion
First days are always hard, but with
“first days” we have the promise of a
“fresh opportunity to find myself”.
The theme we will be working with for the
first 8 weeks of school is titled
LIFE IS NOT FAIR. How does this theme
relate to the poem we just read?
Exit Ticket - New School Year Resolution
On the back of your poem, write down two things you would like to do differently this year or goals that you have for 7th grade. Make sure to put your name on the paper and number your resolutions. I will collect it on your way out.
Turn to your neighbor(s) and share what you underlined.
1. Number the stanzas in the poem. There are 10.
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