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Activities for Teaching “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Use all of these exercises, assignments, and assessments or pick and choose your favorites for your study of "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. In this resource you will find: an informational text to examine, vocabulary lists and...
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Madlenka Plays in the World Cup

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Madlenka plays soccer in this video. This could be used as a way to generate a discussion on the importance of exercise, or as a writing prompt. Teachers could use it as a way to practice story structure, retelling a story, or a variety...
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Water Meter Reader

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Junior high schoolers learn how to read a water meter, track their family water usage, and discuss the amount in class with other pupils. They will interpret real-world data and graph it. It is ideal for increasing awareness and...
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Make It Rhyme

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Learn about the sounds of poetry. From rhyme scheme to rhyme, to alliteration and assonance, this presentation highlights all of the components that make poetry sing. What makes this resource really great is all of the opportunities...
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"She Walks in Beauty" Analysis

For Students 9th - 12th
Introduce your class to the poetry of Lord Byron. This poem, "She Walks in Beauty," is one of his most famous poems. Read through it on the first page, and then walk your class through an analysis using the second page. Readers discuss...
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Poetry Notes

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Break this presentation into two or three days so as not to overwhelm your kids. Fifty-four slides is a lot of slides, but the PowerShow is well-organized, and terms are defined clearly and illustrated in examples provided. A general...
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Fun With Poetry!

For Teachers 7th - 11th
Here's a fun way to introduce your young poets to literary terms associated with poetry. Colorful and filled with examples that illustrate the terms and their definitions, the entire presentation could be used at the beginning of a unit,...
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Sight-Reading Music

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Part of learning to play music is learning to read music. Young musicians practice the techniques needed to become strong sight readers. They learn to keep their eyes ahead, scan the sheet music, and play each piece thoughtfully. 
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Music Conducting: Classroom Activities

For Teachers K - 8th
Turn the class into a percussive orchestra and let the kids take over as conductor. You'll explain a few ins and outs of what a conductor does. Then you hand over the baton and let your budding Beethovens conduct each other as they play...
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Triads, Intervals, Keys, Note Values

For Students 6th - 11th
Older or more advance musicians can test how well they can identify specific triads, intervals, keys, and note values with this quiz. Each staff focuses on one concept, they write the name of the triad, interval, or key.
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Elements of Poetry

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Prepare your learners to identify figurative language in poetry. Tips for reading poetry and what to look for are listed on these slides. Rhetorical devices are defined and plenty of examples are given. 
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Unit of Measures used in Measuring the Area of a Triangle/Parallelogram

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Third, fourth, and fifth graders explore area measurement. First, they define and identify parallelograms. They then construct parallelograms on a geoboard and determine the area by covering it with paper square centimeters. They also...
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Metric System Basics

For Students 4th - 12th
Do your learners know that there are different systems to measure length, volume, and weight? Explain metric measuring and its base ten decimal system using this comprehensive set of worksheets! For all three types of measurement,...
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Speed Challenge

For Students 4th - 8th
For this science worksheet, students create a race track and mark each distance as stated. Then they perform each task and record the time it takes them for each. Students also record their data from the experiment into the chart...
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Scanning Worksheet-Catullus 49

For Students 11th - 12th
The Latin Advanced Placement Test will surely expect high schoolers to know how to scan Latin poetry.  Read the additional rules provided at the top of the sheet, and then practice scanning with Catallus 49.
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Jump-Start the Reading of Authentic Latin

For Teachers Higher Ed
Are your advanced learners reading authentic Latin this year? Whether you're teaching Caesar, Cicero or Virgil, use some of these strategies to map out your unit. What do you focus on? Consider taking small passages and making that the...
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Scanning Worksheet-Catullus 58

For Students 10th - 12th
Your advanced Latin learners mark the metrical pattern in Catullus 58, a poem written by Catullus concerning his love and hatred of Lesbia. Spend time translating the poem so your learners have a complete understanding of the passage. 
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Meter and Sonnets

For Teachers 9th - 12th
In order to fully grasp the poetry of William Shakespeare, it's essential to study the sonnet and its meter and rhyme. Eight slides introduce basic terms like meter, foot, iamb, trochee, spondee, etc. Pair this presentation with a sonnet...
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Free To Dream Poetry

For Teachers 1st - 12th
Students explore the poetry of Langston Hughes and its structure. In groups, they read poems and identify the rhyme, rhythm meter, and alliteration in each poem. Students create and illustrate their own poem, using Langston Hughes methods.
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Poetry: The Most Compact Form of Literature

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Introducing or need to review literary devices and terms for a study of poetry? Though text heavy, the explanations and examples of key poetic devices will provide learners with the vocabulary they need to discuss and craft poems.
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Simple Area of a Rectangle

For Students 3rd - 4th
Given the measurements of three rectangular rooms, scholars determine the area of each. They are given units, so remind them to use square units in their answers. No side measurements exceed 20. Can your scholars measure the classroom...
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Estimating Units of Length

For Students 2nd - 4th
Would you measure the height of a living room in centimeters? Scholars examine which units would be most efficient for this project: centimeters or meters. There is only one question here with a detailed explanation below. This would be...
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Iambic Pentameter

For Students 6th - 10th
What is iambic pentameter? Read through the definition with your learners and study examples of poems that use it. Then, after clapping the rhythms of the sonnet, have learners write their own poems! 
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Measuring Length

For Teachers 1st - 2nd Standards
The class is introduced to measuring length. They discuss when to measure and the standard units commonly used to measure length. Note: This PowerPoint is intended for a UK audience and the standard units discussed are metric.