Reflection: Conferencing Why was "The Road Not Taken"? - Section 4: Closing the Loop

 

In these videos, students respond with comments on what was easy and what was difficult for them in understanding the poem. This really cemented my belief that the visual drawings helped them understand the poem and its underlying message. It was so exciting that they got it in the end!

 

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Why was "The Road Not Taken"?

Unit 1: Literary Analysis: Reading for Meaning, Evidence, and Purpose
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT...infer and visualize to better understand and connect with the poem "The Road Not Taken"

 
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