Everything you need to teach "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost (Full Text Included).
This Common Core aligned lesson includes tier-two vocabulary development, text-based comprehension questions, literary analysis, an assessment, and a culminating writing task to ensure student understanding of “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost.
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”The Road Not Taken” Full Text:
A complete text of “The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost is included for students to utilize as a reference as they complete each step of the scaffolded assignment.
Vocabulary in Context:
Students define tier-two vocabulary words from each stanza of “The Road Not Taken” using the context of the text. A total of seven vocabulary words are underlined for students to define.
Text-Based Comprehension Questions:
After defining the tier-two vocabulary words using the context of the text, the students move on to answer text-based comprehension questions. A text-based question is provided for each stanza of the poem to ensure student understanding.
Student's dive deeper into "The Road Not Taken" by analyzing Frost's use of setting and symbolism. Students are required to define each literary device, describe Frost's use of each device, and support their claim with textual evidence.
A matching and multiple choice assessment is provided. The assessment covers vocabulary, comprehension, and analysis of 'The Road Not Taken".
Writing Task Extension:
The writing task requires students to apply the meaning of "The Road Not Taken" to their own lives and decisions they have made in the past.
An answer key is provided for the vocabulary, comprehension, analysis, and assessment portions of the lesson.
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