Focus on guided reading, vocabulary, and rhyme scheme using "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. This Common Core aligned NO-PREP lesson scaffolds learning to ensure student understanding. **A Printable PDF and Google Slides version is included for this activity.
This resource can be completed on paper or online with laptops, Chromebooks, tablets, or any device that supports Google Slides. The included Teacher's Guide includes access to the link that will allow you to make your own copy of the resource for use in Google Classroom/Google Drive.
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INCLUDED WITH YOUR PURCHASE:
• "Paul Revere’s Ride” Full Text: A full text of the poem with side-by-side guided questioning is provided. In order to ensure understanding, the questions are scaffolded, text-based, and Common Core aligned.
• Vocabulary Support: Students define and apply tier-two and tier-three terms from each stanza of the poem.
• Rhyme Scheme Analysis: The goal of the rhyme scheme practice is for students to understand the purpose and use of rhyme scheme. First, students finish the rhyme scheme for the stanza provided. Next, students write the rhyme scheme for the stanza provided. Finally, students write an original poem with a specified rhyme scheme.
• Answer Key: An answer key is provided for each learning activity included in this lesson.
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