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Emily Dickinson Poetry Lesson Plans & Resources - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find lesson plans and resources you can use to teach Emily Dickinson's poetry to your classes. Topics covered here include Emily Dickinson's biography, a discussion of her works and influences, lesson plans about her life and poetry and a detailed analysis of her poem Autumn. Our professionally designed teaching resources help make these topics interesting and real to your students.
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- Provides context: These lesson plans and lessons help give context and background to your study of Emily Dickinson by covering her life, influences and history.
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- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important poetry concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant poetry-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. Emily Dickinson Lesson Plan
This lesson plan utilizes a text lesson with discussion questions, as well as a group activity focused on the life of Emily Dickinson. An exit ticket and extension ideas are also included.
2. Emily Dickinson: Biography, Works & Influences
Emily Dickinson's reclusive nature kept the extent of her poetry prowess a secret. Read on to discover how influential this shut-in was to the world of poetry.
3. Emily Dickinson Poems Lesson Plan
Who was Emily Dickinson and what was her contribution to American literature? This lesson plan uses a text lesson to explain critical facts about the life and work of Emily Dickinson. An activity connects students with some of Dickinson's best known poems.
4. Emily Dickinson: Poems and Poetry Analysis
Emily Dickinson was a well-known poet of the mid-1800s whose numerous works have stood the test of time. But what in the world did her poems really mean? In this video, we'll explore one of her most recognized pieces and analyze its meaning and purpose.
5. Autumn by Emily Dickinson Lesson Plan
Rhyme patterns, personification, and slant rhyme will be explored through the poem 'Autumn' by Emily Dickinson. Students will develop multimedia poem presentations as a culminating activity.
6. Autumn by Emily Dickinson: Poem Analysis & Meaning
This lesson explains the meaning of Emily Dickinson's short poem 'Autumn.' In it, we'll analyze its structure, unusual rhyme pattern, and use of figurative language.
7. A Bird Came Down the Walk Lesson Plan
This lesson plan will teach your students about the poem 'A Bird Came Down the Walk' by Emily Dickinson. They will also participate in a fun hands-on activity about the poem to reinforce concepts.
8. Hope Is the Thing with Feathers Discussion Questions
Teachers, use the following discussion questions to help students reflect on ''Hope Is the Thing with Feathers'' by Emily Dickinson. Students will analyze the poem while integrating their opinion and experiences.
9. A narrow Fellow in the Grass Discussion Questions
These discussion questions are designed to help you guide your students through an exploration of the Emily Dickinson poem ''A narrow Fellow in the Grass''.
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