The Hag: A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literary Standards

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“The Hag” by Richard Herrick was written in 1648 and is a fun poem to use for the Halloween season. It is an excellent example of classic poetry and one that is fairly user-friendly to analyze, especially for middle grade students.

Included is

1. The poem.
2. A first-reading with the questions beside the text. These questions are basic comprehension questions.
3. A second-reading with the questions beside the text. These questions are the critical thinking, higher-order thinking questions.

4. The skills included
a. Defining vocabulary and analyzing its use.
b. Making inferences using textual clues.
c. Understanding the significance of text.
d. Noting symbolism.

5. I have included a constructed response prompt for writing practice.
6. Answer key provided.


The Hag: A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literacy Standards by Dianne Watson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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Teaching Duration
90 Minutes

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The Hag:  A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literary Standards
The Hag:  A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literary Standards
The Hag:  A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literary Standards
The Hag:  A Poetry Analysis to Teach Literary Standards