Combine art with this classic poem and you will have a lesson that kids will love and remember! This lesson has everything you need and more. I have created questions that foster symbolic thinking and also gets students to reflect on theme and tone. Additionally, I have a created a coloring sheet that includes elements of the poem that students can identify and discuss. More than coloring, students can discuss what each graphic represents and the significance of how they are placed on the page. A key for the questions is included along with common core standards for literacy.
I have also created a Google version of the reading questions for those who like going paperless. I have included a Getting Started with Google Apps/Google Classroom guide for those wanting to try it, but still have the print version to fall back on. This is a great way to show use of technology in your classroom. If you aren't interested in using Google, no worries, everything is printable!
In this pack:
PPT on the Life of Dickinson
Copy of the Poem
Reading Questions with Key
Google Link for Google Slides and/or Google Classroom
Quick Reference Guide for Getting Started with Google Apps
Common Core Literacy Standards
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