In this FREE project, students will examine the rhyme scheme and stanzas of the poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Then, they will write their own poem about stopping and contemplating.
Short and engaging project with a single-page instruction sheet with rubric. Preset literary devices to copy in their poem.
This project also has an expanded (paid) form with more flexible options of literary devices, including teacher-selected or student-choice. Literary devices analysis worksheets and reflection worksheet provided. Includes a copy of the free short form, as well as a new rubric and instruction sheet to match the expanded project: Stopping by Woods Write Your Own (Expanded) Poetry Project
This activity is part of the Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Activity Bundle
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PLUS this item is included in theSnow Poetry Activity Bundle
along with other poems and a comparison essay/project.
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