Lesson Plan to Accompany ???The Fire of Drift-Wood???
Students read and analyze the poem, "The Fire of Drift-Wood," by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. They participate in a class discussion, and create a watercolor painting that expresses an image of safety and belonging.
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