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Analyze the poem "Casey at the Bat." Your team of analysts will read the poem and complete a variety of activities, including describing how Casey looks and acts, describing how he feels before and after he strikes out, and sharing...
Click on the blue audio link to hear a reading of the narrative poem, "Casey at the Bat." Then work through vocabulary that will help your class determine the all the parts of a narrative. A comprehension quiz, discussion questions, and...
Unlike the mighty Casey, you can hit a home run with this worksheet that uses Ernest Lawrence Thayer’s “Casey at the Bat” as a model of a narrative poem. Young fans must identify the characters, the time and place, the sequence of events...
Students create their own poems based on the movie "Casey at the Bat." In this poetry activity, students watch the video and work together with partners to create a poem of various quotes about baseball. Students share their poems...
Fifth graders draw similes from their descriptions of Casey to their own life experiences. They identify words to describe how Casey looks, acts and feels before and after he strikes out. After hearing the poem, 5th graders write their...
The famous poem "Casey at the Bat," is the focus of this investigation on poetry. Using the Library of Congress video: "Casey at the Bat," writers will analyze the poem and create their own video presentation to share with the class....
Fifth graders watch a video to learn about poetry genres. In this poetry lesson, 5th graders watch a video of a poem written over one hundred years ago. They participate in a Reader's Theatre experience of "Casey at the Bat." They work...
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...
Work on the writing traits of organization and idea development in this Six-Trait Writing lesson plan. Middle schoolers listen to and discuss the writing style of "Casey at the Bat" by Ernest Lawrence Thayer, and write a parody of the...
Students discover creative outlets for personal expression by examining poetry. In this language arts instructional activity, students read the poem "Casey at the Bat" and discuss the poetic form used to tell the story.
Combine the study of poetry with the NACC tournament and March Madness? Sure! After a study of narrative poetry (“The Highwayman,” “The Walrus and the Carpenter,” and “Casey at the Bat,” etc.) class members are assigned a team from the...
Young scholars read "Casey at the Bat" and then use individual player statistics (found through internet research)to determine if their players could be considered baseball "heroes". They must justify their choices for "hero" by creating...
First graders imitate the sound that is made when a bat hits the ball. They stretch out the /k/ in a word and practice saying a tongue twister focusing on the sound and practice writing the letter "c". They then listen to a list of words...
Thoroughly reviewing the concepts of poetic structure, clauses, sentence types, and phrases, this worksheet would be a great tool for a class in the middle of a poetry and/or grammar unit. Though some of the questions on poetry are...
In this recognizing irregular verbs worksheet, students observe a chart of present tense, past tense, and past participle with has, have, or had verbs and use it to write the past tenses and past participles with has, identify tenses of...
In this announcement/poster advertisement worksheet, students examine a sample advertisement. Students respond to 10 short answer questions based on the sample.
Students examine pieces of sheet music and identify context, purpose, and perspective with regard to the political, social, and economic conditions existing at that time. They create a cover illustrating a topic of the Progressive Era.
Students explore a variety of poetry and poetry concepts. They examine figurative language, mood, and literary devices. The students write and recite their own poetry.
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