This activity includes the following four poems: "At the Zoo" by William Makepeace Thackeray, "An Autumn Greeting" anonymous, "The Canary" by Elizabeth Turner, and "The Cow" by Robert Loues Stevenson. Each poem is on a separate page, so it can be completed independently or as a unit.
This Powerpoint (Microsoft Office 2010) features the poem "Jack Frost" by Gabriel Setoun. There is a stanza on each slide and a question for students. Questions pertain to rhyme, content, context clues to determine meaning. There is also discussion of myth and personification.
Writing a Reach Paper PORTFOLIO: Grades EDITABLE This comprehensive portfolio will help your students master the research writing process in 6 steps--
Halloween: Classic Poems and Questions with Key
This activity provides the following poems: "Haunted House" by Longfellow, "The Apparition" by Donne, "Sonnet 100" by Greville, "The Hag" by Herrick, "The Haunted Oak" by Dunbar, and "Ghost House" by Frost. Each poem is followed by 5-10 questions about rhyme scheme, diction, content, tone, imagery, figures of speech, and vocabulary.
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Words, Activities and Quizzes Bundle
Created with Microsoft Word 2010 (editable)This is an activity for students to complete before reading Hamlet. A compatibility test allows students to determine how similar their experiences and feelings are to Hamlets. The activity shows students how universal the play is and points out that the conflicts and emotions that Hamlet has are common to all young adults.
WINTER POETRY--Five Classic Poems with Activities-Beautiful Graphics and Key
This activity provides the following poems: "Dust of Snow" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost, "Winter Time" by Robert Louis Stevenson, "To Winter" by Willliam Blake,and "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind" by Shakespeare. Each poem is followed by 2-10 questions about content, imagery, rhyme scheme, context clues and figurative language.
1984 Book 2 Chapter 7 Comprehension and Analysis Activity with Key
Chapter 7 of the second section of 1984 compares Winston's and Julia's capacity for love. Can they love in a society such as Oceania in This is an activity that I distribute to students when we reach chapter 7 of section 2 in the novel,
The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Comprehension and Analysis Activity with Key
New and improved. Microsoft 7. This is an activity for students to complete while they read or discuss Chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby. There are 5 pages and 29 questions throughout the activity. Included are questions about Gatsby's transformation from James Gatz to Jay Gatsby.
A set of snow poem activities. Includes reading activities for “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” (Robert Frost), “The Snow-storm” (Ralph Waldo Emerson), and “It Sifts from Leaden Sieves” (Emily Dickinson.) Also includes a snow poem comparison project with choice of essay or multimedia project and a Write Your Own Snow Poetry Project that includes an optional multimedia project. Snow poetry for the secondary ELA, middle school, or high school English class.
This powerpoint was created with Microsoft Office 2010. There are 18 slides, large, clear font, and lots of graphics. This presentation is designed to introduce and reinforce understanding of personification. There is a clear definition with an illustration.
Christmas Activities Traditional Christmas Poetry Activity
This activity provides the following poems: "Christmas in the Olden Time" Sir Walter Scott, "In the Bleak Winter" Christina Rossetti, "Ceremonies for Christmas" Robert Herrick, "The Oxen" Thomas Hardy,and "A Christmas Carol" GK Chesterton. Each poem is followed by 4-13 questions about rhyme scheme, diction, content, tone, imagery, figures of speech, and vocabulary.