A heart-wrenching teaching unit for Lois Lowry's children's novel Number the Stars. 100+ pages of activities that are sure to engage upper elementary students, middle school students, and high school English students. Plot, Conflict, Characters, Writing Journals, Pop Quizzes, Vocabulary, Figurative Language, Activities, Poem Analysis, Essay lesson plans by Created for Learning

NUMBER THE STARS Unit Novel Study (Lois Lowry) - Literature Guide

Poetry Analysis - Like a Pro!

Poetry Analysis - Like a Pro! I do something like this: Bowen's Rule of Read- Narrative elements; poetic device and rhyme scheme annotations with "why?

Are You Ready to Rumble? This print-'n-go unit on “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton includes an original Rumble Relay played between Greasers and Socs that students often say is their all-time favorite activity of the year! The student packet includes graphic organizers, engaging activities, poem analysis, and literary responses that prompt close reading, critical thinking, and meaningful writing. Answer Keys, Rubrics, Learning Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Common Core Standards all included.

OUTSIDERS Novel Unit with Lessons & Activities

Are You Ready to Rumble? This print-'n-go unit on “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton includes an original Rumble Relay played between Greasers and Socs that students often say is their all-time favorite activity of the year! The student packet includes graphic organizers, engaging activities, poem analysis, and literary responses that prompt close reading, critical thinking, and meaningful writing. Answer Keys, Rubrics, Learning Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Common Core Standards all included.

The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men Poem Analysis Lesson Plan | ELA Common Core Lesson Plans

The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men Poem Analysis Lesson Plan | ELA Common Core Lesson Plans

This five-day unit is a close reading of "The Highwayman" by Alfred Noyes. It is designed to help students analyze what the poem says explicitly as well as draw inferences from the text.   Topics of study include: Poem Analysis, Words in Context, Plot Seq

"The Highwayman" Unit - Poetry Analysis (Common Core Aligned)

This five-day unit is a close reading of "The Highwayman" by Alfred Noyes. It is designed to help students analyze what the poem says explicitly as well as draw inferences from the text. Topics of study include: Poem Analysis, Words in Context, Plot Seq

This great, interactive worksheet has students reading an excerpt from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous poem "Paul Revere’s Ride". As they read, students underline words and phrases that make Revere seem like a hero. They then work to develop their own definition of what a hero is and determine whether Revere's actions are worthy of describing him as a one. A nice little activity for your unit on the American Revolution. I hope you enjoy it!

Paul Revere's Ride Poem Analysis Worksheet

This great, interactive worksheet has students reading an excerpt from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous poem "Paul Revere’s Ride".

Jabberwocky: The TP-CASTT method of poetry analysis is a great way to teach students to dissect a poem and understand its parts. It helps students to uncover the deeper meanings within poems while giving them the confidence to be self-educators. TPCASTT Poetry Analysis is an order of operations similar to PEMDAS for math. It asks students to list items in sequential order and answer questions based on their reading of the poem.

The Jabberwocky poem analysis by Lewis Carroll creates lively imagery with made up words. Beware the Jabberwock: may cause confusion and great to teach poems

This blog article by Bespoke ELA contains a list of poems to teach the following devices:  alliteration, allusion, anaphora, antithesis, assonance, consonance, epistrophe, imagery, metaphor, parallel structure, personification, rhetorical question, and simile.  Excellent for writing workshop in and close reading in grades 6-12/ middle school and high school English Language Arts.  by Bespoke ELA

Poetry for Writing Workshop in Grades 6-12: 10+ Devices & Poems to Model Them ALL!

Poem: A Dream Within A Dream Author: Edgar Allan Poe Students will investigate the meaning of the poem by answering two pages of questions. The information they gather will allow them in a group setting to create a complete analysis of this poem and make connections to themselves. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Poetry-Grade-6-9-A-Dream-Within-A-Dream-Poem-Analysis-Questions-1547770

A Dream Within A Dream Poem Analysis Questions: Grade 6 - 9

Poem: A Dream Within A Dream Author: Edgar Allan Poe Students will investigate the meaning of the poem by answering two pages of questions. The information they gather will allow them in a group setting to create a complete analysis of this poem and make connections to themselves. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Poetry-Grade-6-9-A-Dream-Within-A-Dream-Poem-Analysis-Questions-1547770

Poetry Poem Analysis Ultimate Collection Bundle (Growing)! Purchase in Bundled Form and $$$ave! Re-Download for Future Additions! You are Paying $1.50 per Assessments & Respective Resources!   **BONUS FREEBIE: Best Selling Product Interpreting Song Lyrics Included**

Poetry Poem Analysis Ultimate Collection Bundle (Growing)

Poetry Poem Analysis Ultimate Collection Bundle (Growing)! Purchase in Bundled Form and $$$ave! Re-Download for Future Additions! You are Paying $1.50 per Assessments & Respective Resources! **BONUS FREEBIE: Best Selling Product Interpreting Song Lyrics Included**

How to read a poem - study and revise English literature poetry analysis

Learning centers, also known as stations at the secondary level, are ideal activities to use to bring movement into your middle school or high school classroom.

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