Amanda Gorman "The Hill We Climb" Analysis BUNDLE

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57 Pages total: 15 worksheets, 9 answer keys, 4 Google Forms, 3 Project pages, 3 Page poem, 1 rubric
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This bundle of lessons will help your students analyze Amanda Gorman's inaugural poem, study the allusion, and have students write their own thematically cohesive poem with five allusions.

Included as of 1/23/2021:

1) Amanda Gorman "The Hill We Climb" Analysis Questions and Answer Key:

In this no-prep activity, student's will answer questions on Amanda Gorman's poem, "The Hill We Climb". Students will record their thoughts as they listen to the recitation at the presidential inauguration, then record the subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speaker, and tone. Then, students will answer questions from the poem on author's choice, tone, and poetic devices. Worksheets are available in PDF or as a digital Google Form for remote learning.

This is a great introduction to poetry for students using current events.

Included in this resource are:

  • 4 PDF Worksheets
    • Students will answer a variety of questions which aim to help them analyze the poem by making connections to the world and reflecting on recent history.

  • Questions Answer Key
  • SOAPSTone Google Form
  • Questions Google Form
  • A Copy of the Poem

A total of 12 pages!

2) Amanda Gorman "The Hill We Climb" Allusion Study and Answer Key:

In this no-prep activity, student's will analyze allusion in Amanda Gorman's poem, "The Hill We Climb". Students will write popular allusions, connect 9 quotes to allusions in the poem, answer critical thinking questions on the role of allusions in regards to author's choice, then create there own thematically cohesive poem with five allusions.

This is a great introduction to allusion in poetry for students using current events.

Included in this resource are:

  • 6 PDF Worksheets
    • Students will answer a variety of questions which aim to help them analyze the poem by making connections to the world and reflecting on recent history.

  • 4 Detailed Answer Keys
  • 1 Rubric
  • A Copy of the Poem
  • 1 Google Form

A total of 16 pages!

Included as of 1/27/2021

3) Amanda Gorman "Using Your Voice is a Political Choice" Study and Answer Key

In this no-prep activity, student's will analyze Amanda Gorman's TedTalk, "Using Your Voice is a Political Choice". Students will form an opinion on five statements, answer 7 questions, synthesize their understandings with an excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail".

This is a great way to teach students about voice, and identity.

Included in this resource are:

  • 5 PDF Worksheets
    • Students will answer a variety of questions which aim to help them analyze the poem by making connections to the world and reflecting on recent history.

  • 2 Detailed Answer Keys
  • 2 Google Slides Presentations
  • 1 Google Form

A total of 32 pages!

Related resources:

FDR's "Four Freedoms" Speech Vocabulary and Anticipation Guide

Martin Luther King Jr "I Have a Dream" Speech Analysis

Total Pages
57 Pages total: 15 worksheets, 9 answer keys, 4 Google Forms, 3 Project pages, 3 Page poem, 1 rubric
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Analyze various accounts of a subject told in different mediums (e.g., a person’s life story in both print and multimedia), determining which details are emphasized in each account.
Analyze seminal U.S. documents of historical and literary significance (e.g., Washington’s Farewell Address, the Gettysburg Address, Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech, King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”), including how they address related themes and concepts.

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