Help your students make sense of Emily Dickinson's complicated poem, "Success is Counted Sweetest," with this close-reading 5-page packet. After reading the poem, students analyze the poem's figurative language, tone, and poetic structure using the guided questions. This ready-to-print activity is perfect for starting a poetry unit or as an emergency lesson plan for a substitute teacher.
The activity can be used in grades 7-12 and can also be done as an individual, paired, or group assignment. Answer key included.
This product is INCLUDED in my Emily Dickinson teaching bundle:
Emily Dickinson Poetry Worksheets, PowerPoint, Project, and Journal Prompts
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