FREE Useful for any poetry unit, for Poetry Month, as a mini-lesson on literary terms, for a study of Shakespeare's As You Like It, for a wintry day (perhaps before break) or even prep for a standardized reading test poem interpretation question. Six questions for "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind."
This is a SAMPLE from this great poetry bundle! A mega-value:
Poetry for Winter--or ANY Season
The poem is an 8 line excerpt from Act II, Scene 7. Brief background for the scene plus a modern text version are provided in the teacher answer key if you are using it as a stand-alone. Worksheet is 1 page.
--a student copy of the lines included on the worksheet
--multiple choice, short answer, and paragraph questions covering personification, simile, alliteration; vocabulary/context clues; rhyme scheme; interpretation; and personal connection.
--Decorated lined sheet (optional) for the paragraph that can be printed on the back or separately.
Visually appealing format in b/w for easy photocopying. In addition to a whole class lesson, it would be great for homework, bell work, independent or partner work, early finishers, a quiz, or extra credit. Grades 6-10.
You'll also love my other poetry products:
Response Form for ANY Poem
Elizabeth Browning's How Do I Love Thee?
Ozymandius by Shelley: Classic Poem Made Easy
Poetry and Other Literary Terms Glossary:
Glossary of Literary Terms
Supports Common Core Standards for Reading Literature, Grades 6-10: RL.1, RL.2, RL.4
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