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A selection of poems by Robert Frost followed by a worksheet for reflection, analysis, and response.
From the contributor: In CLE’s Literature II (Unit 6, Lesson 6), we study Robert Frost’s poem “The Tuft of Flowers.” After discussing it and completing the lesson exercises in class, I assign the attached file to give a richer introduction to my favourite poet. Students read some more of Frost’s poems, which are easy to understand, and write a response essay at the end (p. 7). My goal is to have them observe his topics (frequently rural and old-fashioned), themes (relationships, nostalgia, and values), mood (reflective and whimsical).
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CONTRIBUTOR: Byron Dueck
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