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In this worksheet, students and teachers read and discuss the poem "Caged Bird" by Maya Angelou. The poem appears on one side of the worksheet, and these questions appear on the other side:-Describe the life of the caged bird.-Describe the life of the free bird.-Maya Angelou may have written this p
This purchase includes a copy of the poem "Caged Bird" by Maya Angelou with 5 multiple choice questions and 1 short answer question for a great formative assessment. The purchase is 3 pages total- Pg. 1-Poem, Pg. 2-Questions, Pg. 2-Answer Key. The standards assessed in this assignment are RL.5.5 an
This comprehensive unit of work is designed to enable in-depth teaching and preparation of the poem “Caged Bird” by Maya Angelou. The poem is also on the IGCSE English Literature curriculum for exams in 2020-2022!The unit of work includes:Short biography and introduction to the poet - Maya AngelouTh
This 14-question multiple-choice reading comprehension and analysis test on the poem “Caged Bird” Poem by Maya Angelou (from the textbook HOLT McDOUGAL LITERATURE, GRADE 9 ISBN-10: 0547115784) has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It will test students’ literal and inter
No Prep Maya Angelou "Caged Bird" Poem Analysis allows students the opportunity to distinguish the difference between the caged bird and free bird. For the provided activity, students are to identify the differences, determine what the symbols represent, and identify figurative language and the use
Here’s a full analysis of the poem ‘Caged Bird’ by Maya Angelou, tailored towards high school students but also suitable for those studying Angelou at a higher level.Includes:STORY / SUMMARYSPEAKER / VOICEATTITUDESLANGUAGE FEATURESSTRUCTURE / FORMCONTEXTTHEMES
13 free response and 10 STAAR-stem questions for Maya Angelou's "Caged Bird" Poem. Answer key included.
Middle School Masters has created a classroom-tested 5-day lesson plan aligned to the Common Core for Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" and Paul Laurence Dunbar's "Sympathy" that includes: daily warm-ups full text of poems ready for annotations text-dependent questions quick-write qu
This is one of my BEST SELLING resources! It's an easy, zero-prep lesson! Your students will benefit from interacting with this deep and meaningful text!Engage your students with vivid imagery in this classic poem by Maya Angelou.Includes an answer key.This product includes the text of the poem as w
This worksheet provides the famous poem by Maya Angelou with a series of questions following it. I used this with my students and it was successful in that they were really able to understand and appreciate the poem after our discussion and completing the handout.
I use this resource with my 5th grade class to introduce the lovely poem by Maya Angelou. Mini unit includes a page for students to summarize, determine adjectives for the free vs. caged bird, imagine the differences in how the two birds feel, information about the author, how metaphor is used in t
Imagery is one of the most prominent literary features in Maya Angelou's memoir, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. This carefully-crafted handout introduces (or reintroduces!) students to the concept of imagery, provides examples of imagery both in Angelou's text and in famous poems, and then challe
4 Maya Angelou poems provided along with reading comprehension questions to help students dissect and analyze the poems meaning. The poems include: Still I RisePhenomenal WomanCaged BirdWillieEach document are word documents which makes it easier to convert to Google Docs and post onto Google Class
This lesson was done over a 3-day period of about 15 minutes each day in my middle school ELA classroom. It has 3 poems formatted into copies for the students: "Sympathy" by Paul Laurence Dunbar "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou "Caged Bird" by Alicia Keys We read the poems in th
This 5 page worksheet on Maya Angelou's famous poem has several sections: Background, Introduction, Format/Rhyme Scheme, Figurative Language (3 parts), Diction, Mood and Tone, and Theme. It is a comprehensive analysis with explanations and examples. A 5 page answer KEY is included, making this purch
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Inspire your studnets with this beautiful, classic poem by Maya Angelou. Includes helpful visuals and student poetry questions.
Read an excerpt from Maya Angelou's Caged Bird, and learn about the poem and the author, with a vocabulary section focusing on complex words or expressions.Your students are provided with before, while and after reading questions to delve into the text.The answer key and the teacher's guide is also
This excerpt from Maya Angelou’s, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings pairs beautifully with “Sympathy,” a short poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar. Students will explore and analyze the similar themes/messages within these two different mediums. This four day, no prep/no plan, unit includes a student noteboo
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This is one of my favorite poems! I was very excited to share this with my students. This close read includes space to annotate, figurative language inferencing, as well as guiding questions at the end.
I've been really wanting to incorporate more poetry in the classroom, including some of the classics for my fifth graders. In this packet, your students will be introduced to some new and current poets such as: Lord Byron: She Walks in Beauty Maya Angelou: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Robert Fr
Are you studying the Civil Rights Movement or oppressed populations with your class? Use Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" to connect common themes in literature. After reading the poem, students answer between 9-11 analysis questions offered. Some questions are multiple choice, some
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This poetry resource includes a handout that contains lined versions of the poems, guiding questions and graphic organizers regarding theme, imagery, symbolism, and tone; and writing assignments to compare, contrast, and interpret allusion and intertextuality. PowerPoint contains essential vocabula
This is a complete, loosely-structured unit. Rather than a day-by-day schedule, you will find a collection of materials that you may use in any sequence. You will likely skip some activities, alter some activities and documents (these are writable Word documents), and change the order of delivery ye
"I simply close my mouth and become an ear"-- Maya Angelou made this comment when asked how she dealt with all the difficult moments of her childhood. In this THREE PART activity, students will get to read and discuss and one of the biggest challenges of her young life An event so tragic that she

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