Posts Tagged 'Robert Frost':

Happy Friday, Y’all!

Standard: ELA10RL3 The student deepens understanding of literary works by relating them to contemporary context or historical background, as well as to works from other time periods. Learning Target: Students will look at poems that use a controlling metaphor, and learn about the tanka poetic form. Activator: We get TWO videos today! Both are courtesy

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Welcome to week three, it’s time for poetry!

Yep, the rhyme was intentional 🙂 Standard: ELA10RL1, Subheading 3: The student identifies and analyzes elements of poetry and provides evidence from the text to support understanding. Learning Target: Students will finish their first persuasive essay, then will begin their poetry unit and compose a poem inspired by Robert Frost. Activator: Labeling Keys I hope

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Day Five, Do the Poetry Jive!

It’s Friday, Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday… We get TWO videos today! Both are courtesy of The Muppet Show! Jabberwocky Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Those are two of my favorite poems, hands down. I also like “Terence, This Is Stupid Stuff” by A.E. Housman and “Astrophil and Stella no. 1”

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Welcome back! Poetry attack!

See the title? I rhymed. Welcome to our poetry unit! Today we kicked it off with another Taylor Mali video: Labeling Keys If you guys really like the slam poetry, I would love to hear some poems read aloud by you in class. We will do some writing of our own; everyone will share their

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