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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and in this FREE POETRY ASSIGNMENT students read Emily Dickinson’s poem, “I’m Nobody! Who are you?” and write a poem in response. This is a great way to get students excited about writing poetry while exposing them to great poetry! Includes a link to a stu
This is a three page handout that uses a poem by Emily Dickinson to help students find the tone, mood, and atmosphere in the poem. It allows multiple perspectives and can be used with students in pairs or in a group. If students do this handout, then class discussion of the poem should be enriched.
9th - 12th
An 8 slide PowerPoint suitable for all ages Every line in the poem is explained Images to accompany each slide
7th - 11th
We have discussed my love of Emily Dickinson. Is using Emily for a child’s middle name overkill? “Hope” has been my favorite Emily Dickinson poem for years and years. I decided to create a printable for my spring decorations, and I will share it here. It has a subdued color palette, cute little bird
Not Grade Specific
This Poetry analysis worksheet is perfect for your students to analyze any poem that they read! It forces students to take a closer look at the poems they read and gain a deeper understanding of the author’s use of poetry to communicate his/her ideas. Concepts included on the worksheet: 1. Summa
Does your school celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day? If not, you should! Have students carry poems in their pockets. Throughout the day, take turns reading the poems to each other. These would be so fun for reading buddies, too! This year, April 21st is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Here are 32 FREE po
The FREE January A Poem Each Week has arrived! This month we are focusing on cold, gray days. These poems will take us down new roads and help celebrate the New Year. Poems you will need for this month: Hooray! Hooray! It's New Year's Day by Kenn Nesbitt (found in the book My Hippo Has the Hiccups
Includes a famous poem for each month of the school year with a brief bio and picture from authors such as Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, etc. Why Poem of the Month? To increase fluency in reading, I have my students memorize a poem each month. They recite it on the
Completely editable poem and close reading activity. Great for sub or emergency plans. Poem is in the document along with guided close reading questions for analysis and understanding. Final question is a short response, students are required to cite textual evidence, and will have a deeper understa
“The Eagle” by Alfred, Lord TennysonSong of the Witches by William Shakespeare From Macbeth: IV.i 10-19; 35-38Flint by Christina RossettiThis Is Just To Say by William Carlos WilliamsI'm Nobody! Who Are You? by Emily DickinsonSome One by Walter De La MareThe Red Wheelbarrow by William Carlos William
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These 3x5 inch Emily Dickinson poetry cards are great for helping you learn poems. Because they are the size of a standard note card, storing them is easy. We typically use recipe boxes to store poems that we are memorizing.
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I freakin’ love Emily Dickinson. Kid #2′s middle name is Emily. Here is one of her darker poems, prettified into a Halloween printable. If I should die, And you should live, And time should gurgle on, And morn should beam, And noon should burn, As it has usual done; If birds should build as early,
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Notes and annotations on Emily Dickinson's poem "Because I Could Not Stop for Death". Includes questions to encourage student discussion and reflection as well as annotations on key ideas and techniques.
This lesson contains a copy of Emily Dickinson’s poem, “My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close” and an analysis worksheet about it. Answer KEY included. Students can get a taste of this great American poet in a short, eight-line poem. This can be paired with another lesson plan I offer entitled, “I
8th - 12th
This worksheet asks students to read Emily Dickinson's poem "No Frigate like a Book," and and answer the following type questions: 1. Vocabulary in Context 2. Figurative Language 3. Make Inferences about the poem using information about the author. 4. Make a personal connection to literature. Note:
Students will analyze diction, tone, mood and theme from the poem, "A Bird Came Down the Walk," by Emily Dickinson. The final product will be a graphic organizer where they have recorded diction words and completed statements about tone, mood and theme. They will also write a paragraph, using detail
This role playing video game guides students through the editing process of Emily Dickinson's original poems. Spark a debate about authorial intention and the delicate process of publishing a posthumus work.
Close Reading Poetry Analysis of the poem "I'm Nobody! Who are you?" by Emily Dickinson or any other Dickinson poem, as well as "The Weary Blues" by Langston Blues or any other Hughes poem. Analyzing poetry is an art. How do you get better at it? Practice. Here is an easy way to teach close reading
ABOUT THIS SETThis set contains 5 Valentine's bookmarks with different classic love poems. 1. "I've got an arrow" by Emily Dickinson. 2. "A valentine" by Edgar Allan Poe.3. "How do I love thee?" by Elizabeth Barret Browning. 4. "She walks in beauty" by Lord Byron5. "Sonnet XIII" by William Shakespea
This 10-question worksheet asks students to analyze how personification is used throughout the Emily Dickinson poem "The Sky is Low". This brief two-stanza poem is packed with examples of personification. I use it as a practice exercise and for formative assessment. This was designed as a complem
4th - 7th
This AP quiz would pair nicely with your Emily Dickinson AP literature unit. It contains two Emily Dickinson poems, "Faith is a Fine Invention" and "Much Madness is Divinest Sense". There are 18 multiple choice questions.
I've developed a seven step process for poetry analysis. This packet includes those steps with six practice poems ("The Tyger" by William Blake, "I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou, "Hope is the thing with feathers" by Emily Dickinson, "When Great Dogs Fight" by Melvin B. Tolson, "If"
This handout is designed to help 5th graders master the art of poetry through understanding the structure and meaning of the poem, "I'm Nobody! Who Are You?" by Emily Dickinson.
This is one of quite a few FREE products we have at The Flanders' Files store on TPT. The poem "I'm Nobody, Who Are You?" by Emily Dickinson is a short poem that I have created a 2-page worksheet of questions for your students to analyze. I created this product for middle school students who are e
6th - 8th, Adult Education

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