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Bla Bla Essay

  • Submitted by: shakthi19
  • on December 4, 2011
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 1,382 words

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Below is an essay on "Bla Bla" from Anti Essays, your source for research papers, essays, and term paper examples.

First Thing Activity:
  1. Take the poem and a note-card from up front.
  2. Read the poem and draw a picture on a piece of notebook paper that goes with the poem. Use as much detail as possible, including details that you imagine but that may not be mentioned in the poem.
  3. On the note-card, write a quick summary of what your short story will be about on the front of the card. On the back of the card, write what will be the most intense moment in your story. 
  4. Read silently 
 
Agenda: 
  1. First thing
  2. Planner/objectives 
  3. Poem pictures
  4. Writing moment as experience. 
  5. Share intense moments.
First Thing Activity:
  1. Take the poem and a note-card from up front.
  2. Read the poem and draw a picture on a piece of notebook paper that goes with the poem. Use as much detail as possible, including details that you imagine but that may not be mentioned in the poem.
  3. On the note-card, write a quick summary of what your short story will be about on the front of the card. On the back of the card, write what will be the most intense moment in your story. 
  4. Read silently 
 
Agenda: 
  1. First thing
  2. Planner/objectives 
  3. Poem pictures
  4. Writing moment as experience. 
  5. Share intense moments.
First Thing Activity:
  1. Take the poem and a note-card from up front.
  2. Read the poem and draw a picture on a piece of notebook paper that goes with the poem. Use as much detail as possible, including details that you imagine but that may not be mentioned in the poem.
  3. On the note-card, write a quick summary of what your short story will be about on the front of the card. On the back of the card, write what will be the most intense moment in your story. 
  4. Read silently 
 
Agenda: 
  1. First thing
  2. Planner/objectives 
  3. Poem pictures
  4. Writing moment as experience. 
  5. Share intense moments.
First Thing Activity:
  1. Take the poem and a note-card from...

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