Challenge your kids to ponder the events of Good Friday while they develop important language arts and critical thinking skills with this FREE Easter Poetry Analysis & Copywork featuring “Good Friday” by Christina Rossetti.
This FREE Easter Poetry Analysis & Copywork unit helps students learn not to fear poetry and helps them develop critical thinking by breaking down the steps to analyzing poetry. This unit helps students look at key parts of analyzing poetry one step at a time, such as:
- 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 is a helpful supplement to 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 “Good Friday” by Christina Rossetti, a thought-provoking poem about the sacrifice and suffering of Jesus on Good Friday and our response.
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