APPLYING WrITING STRATEGIES Developing Ideas and Voice ▼ Dulce et Decorum Est & And He said, Fight On Student Book, Pages 62–63 About the selections MatEriaLs ● Student Book pages 62–63 ● BLM 5, BLM 12, BLM 13, BLM 14 ● ● ● Form: Poems Summary for “Dulce et Decorum Est”: A soldier’s first-hand perspective of the horrors of war. Summary for “And He Said, Fight On”: Using external conflict and war in imagery and metaphor, the poet expresses defiance against internal conflict. Outcomes s/L: Speaking and Listening r/V: Reading and Viewing W/r: Writing and Representing S/L 2.4 R/V 7.1 W/R 8.1 W/R 9.1 W/R 9.2 Use a range of strategies and behaviours associated with effective speaking Evaluate stylistic techniques that contribute to meaning and effect Apply a variety of strategies when writing and representing Create a range of texts for a variety of audiences and purposes Use appropriate form, style, and content for specific audiences and purposes Assessment for Learning: Overview ONgOiNg ObsErVatiON Students who understand will ● analyze an author’s assEssMENt Demonstration Task, page 83 Key Assessment Questions ● How effective is the voice in each poem? ● Does the organization of ideas in each poem support or detract from development of ideas and use of voice ● develop ideas and voice for a specific audience and purpose in their own writing ● explain how developing the poet’s message? Explain. Assessment Tools BLM 5: Class Tracking Sheet: Writing—Developing Ideas and Voice BLM 12: Rubric: Developing Ideas and Voice BLM 13: Writing Process Assessment Checklist BLM 14: Writing Checklist DiffErENtiatED iNstructiON If students do not understand the strategies, use Differentiated Instruction (DI) To Support, page 80. ideas and voice for a specific purpose and audience makes a text effective NEL Dulce et Decorum Est & And He Said, Fight On 79