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Everything you need to teach "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost (with full text) is included in this printable and digital lesson! This Common Core aligned NO PREP poetry unit includes vocabulary development, text-based comprehension questions, literary analysis, an assessment, and a culminating writing task to ensure student understanding of “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost.This resource can be completed on paper or online with laptops, Chromebooks, tablets, or any device that supports G
Who wrote it: singer song-writer Taylor Swift or poet Robert Frost? Your students will have so much fun trying to decide whether the quote is from a Frost poem or lyrics from a Taylor Swift song! You can use the interactive bulletin board display OR the student handout and presentation as an anticipatory set to ignite excitement and appreciation for poetry.The zipped bundle includes a 41-page PDF for the interactive bulletin board (40 quote cards + one heading page), a 2-page PDF student handout
"I cannot rave about this resource enough! This really broke the poem down for my students, allowed me to help them understand it better and was thoroughly engaging! Even my struggling students were able to complete the activity guided by me and understand the significance of this poem to the plot and theme. Will be my Go-To resource for this unit!" - Patricia"Loved this!! Helped the kids understand the poem a thousand times better than what I would've come up with. It's a tough poem anyway, but
THE ROAD NOT TAKEN BY ROBERT FROST PRESENTATION & ACTIVITIES: This teach-ready packet has everything you need to help your students understand "The Road Not Taken", one of Robert Frost's most famous poems! ================================================================SAVE BY PURCHASING THIS RESOURCE IN A BUNDLE. CLICK BELOW!POETRY RESOURCE BUNDLE - 290+ Pages!=========================================================INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE• A 29 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers

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The Road Not Taken Activity: Bring poetry to life in your classroom by using this unique assignment for Robert Frost's poem "The Road Not Taken" that your students will love. ==============================================================SAVE BY PURCHASING THIS RESOURCE IN A BUNDLE. CLICK BELOW!POETRY RESOURCE BUNDLE==============================================================HOW IT WORKSAfter students read the poem and have recorded their interpretations along the side, they will take all of
Grades:
8th - 12th
Digital Google Resource: "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost Close Reading Poetry AssignmentThese materials are designed to be convenient and ready to use. They do not require any prep and can be used as an emergency lesson for a sub.This is a complete lesson for Robert Frost's timeless poem, "The Road Not Taken." This resource includes:A prereading Word Cloud activityA close reading assignment that includes the poem, annotation directions, and stanza-by-stanza questionsA 10-question multiple c
Socratic seminar is an excellent and engaging way for students to practice higher order thinking skills. Introduce your students to Socratic seminar this fall with this easy-to-implement, step-by-step resource. This 32-slide PowerPoint resource with printables is a Socratic seminar to include pre and post activities featuring the poem “A Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. This resource includes a well-organized protocol for conducting a formal discussion or Socratic seminar based on Frost’s poem.
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This worksheet is great to practice and/or assess the ability of your students to find THEME in poetry. It utilizes the great work of Robert Frost, "The Road Not Taken." It also helps students to recognizes clues and exercise comprehension of classic poems! This poem is also a great message for students and can be tied in with leadership learning and independent thinking! Enjoy! :)
19-Page No-Prep Poetry Unit for teaching "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. Includes Biography on Robert Frost, notes on historical context, Comprehension Questions, a standards-based activity on Setting and Metaphor, an activity on Writing with Purpose, an activity guiding students through writing their own original poem on choices, a 10-question quiz on the poem, and Answer Key. Includes both PRINTABLE and DIGITAL VERSIONS for Distance Learning and In-Person Classrooms.*********************
Use this mini-unit of poetry analysis close reading task cards and other materials to help students understand and enjoy the poem, “Stopping by Woods On a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. This poem is on the the CCSS-ELA text exemplar list for Grades 2-3. The set gives you 20 task cards and all of the student and teacher materials to teach second and third graders to analyze poetry.Let's face it . . . analyzing poetry is not easy, even for adults! The good news is, I've done the hard work for
This product has a line-by-line analysis of the poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay." 26 questions assess students' understanding. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. INCLUDES:Poem with line-by-line analysis26 total questionskey includedColor and BW VersionsThe ZIP file has 3 versions of PDF files:1) Questions in Color and Black and white and Key2) Color Student Version3) BW Student Version.These are NOT editable files.*If you don't already, Follow Me!
Grades:
6th - 8th
Learning about Robert Frost and interpreting his poem, “A Time to Talk,” is so much fun with this Doodle and Do resource! Designed with doodling, interaction, and creativity in mind, you’ll find a Doodle Article about Robert Frost, Doodle Notes to respond to the nonfiction passage, and an interactive poetry flip book in this resource. First, students read a nonfiction passage about Frost that includes information on his early life, writing, style, accomplishments, and older years. In the arti
“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost Complete Lesson BundleThis is a complete lesson pack for “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. All of the documents are alterable so that you can tailor them for your purposes. Also, all of the graphic organizers can be used for any poem. The worksheets are provided in BOTH .pdf and MS Word formats for all users and formats. These materials are designed to be convenient and ready to use. They do not require any prep and can be used as an emergency lesson for
NEW IN 2021: Rigorous! Thought-provoking! Discussion-Based! This 35-page EDITABLE poetry unit promises to elicit dynamic engagement from all students without compromising on intellectual rigor. The discussion questions, quizzes on poetic devices, and analytical writing assignment will challenge your students to dig beneath the surface of Robert Frost's poems and generate profound interpretive insights!! Here are some highlights from this 35-page curriculum:• 10 Poems by Robert Frost: The 10 p
Try this easy-to-implement seminar. Socratic seminar is an excellent and engaging way for students to practice higher order thinking skills. The PowerPoint resource consists of 55 slides or pages with Common Core aligned Socratic seminar activities and printables featuring the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost. This resource includes a well-organized protocol for conducting a formal discussion or Socratic seminar based on Frost’s poem. On Day 1 and Day 2 students complete several poet
My standards-based poetry analysis of Robert Frost's beloved poem "Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening" includes everything you need for a meaningful activity for your students! They will practice reading, writing, language, and drawing skills as they look at Frost's poem in-depth.In addition, your students can doodle and color all over the pages! Each page has items that can be colored and they are encouraged to draw, as well. It's a great activity for all levels of learning.See my preview to

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This product will allow your students to easily understand and analyze Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken" by breaking it down line-by-line!Instruct your students to fold the paper in half the long way, and to cut along the black lines into the midline of the paper. They will end up with a long, skinny version of the poem on the front of the flaps, and analysis question inside.As they read the poem, they will peel back the flap to reveal questions that ask them to analyze the poem for tone, word
Teach your students how to tackle poetry step-by-step! This worksheet provides the framework and practice for students to be able to break poems down into manageable parts. Students will analyze the poem "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost and answer questions to assess their knowledge of common poetic conventions. This worksheet includes the following key terms: line, stanza, paraphrase, point-of-view, rhyme scheme, imagery, repetition, personification, tone, and summary.
Help students learn to analyze Robert Frost’s poem, “Dust of Snow” with this fun mini unit and task card set. This poem is on the 4th & 5th grade CCSS ELA Text Exemplar list. Students will be interpreting and analyzing poetry and responding to prompts on 12 task cards, citing evidence from the text in their foldable booklet that prints using only 3 sheets of paper. The poetry task cards make a great literature center activity or whole class poetry lesson.For teachers, I’ve included a brief
Skip the typical Robert Frost introduction lecture as you launch a study of any of his works and, instead, empower students to find their own interesting facts about this author’s life with this “Author Bio” print/post-and-teach activity.This single-page worksheet (includes printable PDF and Google Drive versions) is a powerful research organizer that’ll get students digging deep into Frost’s background.Here are a few suggested uses for this flexible research tool:1. Book your school’s computer
Poetry Comics: Metaphors with Robert Frost This is a free file from a larger product called Poetry Comics: Metaphor, Tone, and Personification. These lessons follow the same format as the free sample, except a worksheet is added afterward to reinforce the skills taught in the comic. Also check out Poetry Comics Vol 2. Connect with Me! Visit my Teachers Pay Teachers Store Visit my Blog Follow me on Facebook Thanks, David Rickert © 2014 David Rickert All rights reserved by author. Dup
Robert Frost - Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening PowerPoint. Poetry analysis for a close read of the poem and writing activity. Includes slides about the author, setting, characters, figurative language, alliteration, metaphor, end rhyme, internal rhyme, structure, meter, different interpretations (including a Christmas one), and a writing activity based on common core standards that requires citing text evidence. Includes a printable note-taking sheet to go with the PowerPoint. 28 slides
************************************************************************** OTHER WAYS TO BUY THIS LESSON 1) Get this in my POETRY LESSON BUNDLE & * SAVE* 20%! 2) Buy it in my 60+ ELA Lessons MEGA BUNDLE & * SAVE* 30%! ************************************************************************** CONTENTS Notes On The Poem: This page is designed to give some context to the poem and contains information about the poet, the time of writing, structural elements etc. This page could be gi
Grades:
8th - 10th

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The close reading questions on Robert Frost’s iconic poem “The Road Not Taken” will get your students thinking about big ideas and questions that matter, as well as noticing how the smallest details of a poem contribute to meaning.This poem is one that everyone thinks they know, but they don’t really. It is likely that your students know the title of the poem and the last three lines—which have been quoted in everything from graduation speeches to needlepointed pillows. In fact, the title of t

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