Engage your students with vivid imagery in this classic poem by Emily Dickinson.
This product includes the text of the poem as well as 9 well-crafted short response questions that encourage higher level thinking and engaging discussions.
Includes an answer key.
In my experience, this lesson took about 4-5 hours to implement.
Use this as a stand alone product, or look for my Poetry Unit on Tone and Figurative Language. The poetry unit (NOT this product) compares I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings to Hope is the Thing with Feathers and guides students to write an essay describing how word choice, figurative language and tone impact the varying purpose of each author.
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