Common Core Connection: Compare and contrast among other forms/genres. Compare/Contrast original "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost with Kid President one.

The Road Not Taken (1915) - Robert Frost. My favorite poem from one of my favorite poets! Aline ♥

The Road Not Taken (1915) - Robert Frost. My favorite poem from one of my favorite poets! Aline ♥

Robert Frost- This is one. Of my favorite poems.  My high school English teacher told me that this poem was about a doctor going to see his patients.

Robert Frost- This is one. Of my favorite poems. My high school English teacher told me that this poem was about a doctor going to see his patients.

OMG I HAVE NEVER FOUND A MORE ACCURATE STATEMENT! I HONESTLY EXPERIENCE THIS FEELING SO OFTEN AND I JUST DIDNT KNOW HOW TO PUT IT. THANK YOU TUMBLR FOR PUTTING MY FEELINGS INTO WORDS...AGAIN! at least i'm not the only one<<<< YES LETS INVENT A MACHINE THAT LETS US GO BETWEEN TIME, WHERE WE CAN DO ANYTHINAND NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT TIME PASSING BECAUSE TIME IS PAUSED

OMG I HAVE NEVER FOUND A MORE ACCURATE STATEMENT! I HONESTLY EXPERIENCE THIS FEELING SO OFTEN AND I JUST DIDNT KNOW HOW TO PUT IT. THANK YOU TUMBLR FOR PUTTING MY FEELINGS INTO WORDS...AGAIN! at least i'm not the only one<<<< YES LETS INVENT A MACHINE THAT LETS US GO BETWEEN TIME, WHERE WE CAN DO ANYTHINAND NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT TIME PASSING BECAUSE TIME IS PAUSED

Writing Prompt for Middle and High School -- Students use "Birches" by Robert Frost to start them on their own poem. They'll think of something unusual they've seen and write a poem of how it got that way.

Writing Prompt for Middle and High School -- Students use "Birches" by Robert Frost to start them on their own poem. They'll think of something unusual they've seen and write a poem of how it got that way.

Writing Prompt for Middle and High School -- Students use "Birches" by Robert Frost to start them on their own poem. They'll think of something unusual they've seen and write a poem of how it got that way.

Writing Prompt for Middle and High School -- Students use "Birches" by Robert Frost to start them on their own poem. They'll think of something unusual they've seen and write a poem of how it got that way.

Can your students solve the case of the missing poets? In this Poetry Escape Room, students unlock clues by examining symbolism, metaphors, rhyme scheme, and figurative language in poetry to help return the poets to their original poems. Includes 5 poems by Robert Frost, Claude McKay and more! By Read it. Write it. Learn it.

Poetry Escape Room (Breakout Room) for grades 6-8

Can your students solve the case of the missing poets? In this Poetry Escape Room, students unlock clues by examining symbolism, metaphors, rhyme scheme, and figurative language in poetry to help return the poets to their original poems. Includes 5 poems by Robert Frost, Claude McKay and more! By Read it. Write it. Learn it.

Get your students excited about poetry with this hands-on, interactive escape room. Students will work through five different classic poems (Robert Frost, Claude McKay, Amy Lowell, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Edgar Guest).  Using their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor, students will work to unlock clues to return missing poets to their poems.

Poetry Escape Room (Breakout Room) for grades 6-8

Get your students excited about poetry with this hands-on, interactive escape room. Students will work through five different classic poems (Robert Frost, Claude McKay, Amy Lowell, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Edgar Guest). Using their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor, students will work to unlock clues to return missing poets to their poems.

P&FQ - Poetry and Fascinating Quotes: Poem - "Dust in the Eyes" by Robert Frost

P&FQ - Poetry and Fascinating Quotes: Poem - "Dust in the Eyes" by Robert Frost

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