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The objective of this lesson is to examine the classic children’s poem "The Island" by A. A. Milne, author and creator of the timeless and beloved work, "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh". As a class, we will analyze the poetic devices employed, such as voice, imagery, rhyme, rhythm, and metaphor; exercise and develop listening comprehension; identify with the poem’s narrator; apply poetic devices in creating original poems; and appreciate the beauty of the themes, imagery, and overall...
A copy of the poem "The Island" by A.A. Milne (available online); paper; a writing utensil; crayons/markers/colored pencils.
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35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meghan Martinez English Teacher
37 total reviews
50 completed classes
I began teaching professionally in 2009, but I have been a lifelong teacher, as well as a lifelong learner. Teaching runs in my family. I am primarily an English teacher; I love to teach reading, writing, and literature. I have experience teaching...