Help your students dig into poetry with this New Year’s poem by Christina Rossetti. They can discover that analyzing poetry isn’t nearly as hard as they imagined with this FREE Poetry Analysis & Copywork for New Year’s.
With this FREE Poetry Analysis & Copywork for New Year’s unit, students can take analyzing poetry step by step. It will guide them through looking at:
- the definition of the words
- what is repeated and why
- what literary devices are used
- the mood, tone, and theme of the poem
- and more
This unit supplements language arts studies and provides the questions for students to ask, notebooking lines to record answers, and the full text of the poem. It also includes print copywork for the students to trace and/or copy.
This unit’s featured poem is “Old and New Year Ditties” by Christina Georgina Rossetti, a beautiful poem that contains a surprising amount of depth and beauty that one doesn’t expect from the name.
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