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LO: I can draft a poem.


In today's lesson, we are going to be writing our poem as a draft using our notes from yesterday. Can you remember what season you have chosen to write about? Have you thought about including the senses? What you can see, touch or smell? These are all important elements to consider when writing up your poem, and remember that your work yesterday can always be edited and improved for your final product. 


Take some time to go over your notes and select the parts that you would like to include, maybe you want to improve some words, or take out something that you are not fond of! Once you have selected your 'best bits'. I'd like to you have a go at writing up your poem. What kind of poem have you selected? Have you chosen to present it in an acrostic poem? Or maybe you've chosen to go free verse? Remember that there is no 'wrong' way to write a poem, today is all about giving it a go. You might even want to 'cut up' your sentences from yesterday and try to arrange these into a poem to see how they fit together, this way, you can swap and change the order however you like without actually writing anything down. Use the resources below as a 'template' for your writing, and remember to show off your work on class dojo. 


Remember that your poems objective is to describe your favourite season.