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Poetry and Figurative Language Unit of Study: Grade 2

  • Grades: All

  • Subjects: Reading, Writing

  • Product Type: N/A

  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

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Teach Poetry and Figurative Language in both Reading and Writing with this month-long unit of study!
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Teach Poetry and Figurative Language in both Reading and Writing with this month-long unit of study!

This bundle combines two of my resources to save you money. It includes everything you need to teach a month-long unit of study for poetry and figurative language in both the reading and writing workshops! 

Here are just some of the items included in this resource:

1. 20 reading mini lessons all linked to the Common Core, with detailed descriptions and chart examples.

2. 20 printable graphic organizers designed specifically for each reading lesson.

3. 20 printable thinkmark graphic organizers for each reading lesson

4. Writing rubrics for grading

5. Writing editing and revising checklists

And so much more!

Copyright © 2014 Jen Bengel 
All rights reserved by author. 
Permission to copy for single classroom use only. 
Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. 
Not for public display.

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About the Seller

Jen Bengel

I have taught 6 years as a classroom teacher and 3 years as a reading specialist. I am currently working on creating instructional lessons for teachers full time. I also spend time as an independent consultant, modeling lessons and offering professional development in literacy instruction. I love my job and helping teachers!!


I take a constructivist, inquiry-based approach to learning. I believe students learn best when they think critically, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate their abilities. Students learn how to learn. They ask questions that are meaningful to them, play an active role in selecting and defining activities with their peers, direct their own learning, and build knowledge through a collaborative, social process.

* Bachelor's degree in elementary education grades 1-8 (University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh) 

* Master's degree in reading education PreK-12 (University of South Alabama) 

* Literacy Collaborative Coordinator (Lesley University, Cambridge, MA)

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