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Esperanza Rising Chapter 13

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Kathlyn Daley

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Esperanza Rising Chapter 13
Learning Targets
I can compare and contrast Esperanza to another main character in
Esperanza Rising
We've already done some of this work - the difference between Esperanza's and Isabel's perspective of the camp

I can explain the structure of a two-voice poem
structure = ___________
For example...
Do Now
1. Give homework you re-did to Mrs. Lopez

2. Take out the notes you started to take for your two-voice poem.

3. Continue working on you notes.

We will begin in 5 minutes

Chapter 13 Quiz
You Got This!!!

You have
7 minutes.

On your mark. Get set. GO!!!!


Two-Voice Poem
A two-voice poem is written for two people to perform. The poetry usually has two columns—one for each person who is reading the poem. Each person reading the poem reads the text in one of the columns. Sometimes, the poet wants the two readers to say something at the same time, so the poet writes the words on the same line in each column. These poems often sound like a dialogue for two people.
For example...
Chapter Review
1. Why do you think Miguel left the camp?

2. How else do the Okies get treated differently than the Mexican immigrants?

3. At the end of the chapter, Esperanza experiences two surprises. What are they?

Review and record Chapter 12 quiz and homework.
The two voices speak together for things that are similar.
Each voice is clear, distinct, and consistent.
The writer balances the lines said separately and those read together.
The writer uses figurative language to make the writing engaging.
Two-Voice Poem
What do you notice about the structure of the poem?
Today we are going to create a two voice poem.

You probably will not have time to create a perfect polished poem, and that is all right. The purpose is to have a creative way to think more carefully about Esperanza and the other characters, in order to understand important events and ideas in the novel.
Planning My Writing
* Esperanza (ongoing)
* Mama (Lessons/Chapters 3, 4, 10)
* Abuelita (Lessons/Chapter 3, 4, 9, 10)
* Miguel (Lessons/Chapters 3, 9, 11, 12)
* Isabel (Lesson/Chapter 7)
* Marta (Lesson/Chapter 12)
* All (Chapter 13: today’s reading)
Now choose your characters!!!!
On one sticky note, write how the character is similar to Esperanza, citing a page number that has evidence.
On the second sticky note, write how the character is different from Esperanza, citing a page number that has evidence.
Find a partner!
Now, find a partner who chose the same characters as you. Start creating your poem!
Poetry Slam!
Let's share poems.

Give feedback:

"I like how you____________."
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