We found 294 resources with the concept rhymes
Discovering Genre: Poetry
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWork on literal and figurative meanings with a lesson plan focused on Robert Frost's "After Apple-Picking" and "The Road Not Taken." Readers identify the literary devices used by the poet to set the poems' themes, settings, and narrative...
Rhyme and Repetition in Poe's "Annabel Lee"
9th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Many and many a year ago Edgar Allan Poe crafted the chilling tale of "Annabel Lee." The poem is the perfect vehicle to introduce Poe's concept of unity of effect, the idea that every element in a poem or story should help to develop a...
"Because I could not stop for Death" -- Visualizing Meaning and Tone
9th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Emily Dickinson's "Because I could not stop for Death" provides high schoolers with an opportunity to practice their critical thinking skills. They examine the images, diction, rhythm, and rhyme scheme the poet uses and consider how...
Writing About Literature: Exploring Themes About Conformity
7th CCSS: Designed
Feeling the pressure to confirm is something any adolescent can relate to. Explore an essential theme with a response to literature assessment that prompts learners to identify main ideas with evidence and supporting details.
Covering Your Bases: Rhyming, Ordering, and Recapping
3rd - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
After reading the poem, Casey at the Bat by Ernest Lawrence Thayer, scholars examine each stanza in order to complete the challenge—organizing stanzas to recreate the poem in its correct order. A grand conversation follows the activity...
Poetry is Not a Chryme
3rd - 6th
A poem: Here's a collection to share your love and affection of poetry. Steer your students in the direction of this collection on poetry. Incorporate this collection on poetry in the classroom, or during April to celebrate National Poetry Month! Class members discover elements of poetry, including structure, patterns, language, and rhyming words through a variety of lessons and worksheets. Challenge learners to compare and contrast poems, as well as write their own creative pieces.
Family and Friends: Challenge Activities (Theme 4)
1st CCSS: Adaptable
Family and Friends is the theme of a series of challenge activities that reinforces how to compare literature, respond to reading, and research using informational texts. Extended learning opportunities include; putting on a puppet play,...
Introduction to Poetry: The 3 R's
11 mins 6th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Get to the know the importance of the three R's of poetry (rhyme, repetition, and rhythm) with this video created to accompany your poetry instruction for a middle school audience. With detailed information, examples, and digital...
Let’s Count!: Challenge Activities (Theme 5)
K CCSS: Adaptable
Challenge young scholars with a counting-themed series of activities. Your counters will write invitations to a feast, create books about dinner parties and animals, design posters, draw pictures of their favorite peaceful places, and...
6th Grade: Express Yourself, Lesson 2: Close Read
6th CCSS: Designed
The second lesson of a pair about Paul Laurence Dunbar, this plan focuses in particular on his poem, "We Wear the Masks." After a short historical introduction, class members conduct a series or readings, marking up the text and...