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Lesson Plan For "The Raven" by Edgar Allen PoeGrade 9/ English Literature poetry)
ObjectiveBy the end of the exercise, students will be able to:
1) Understand and define imagery, figurative language, simile, and metaphor.
2) Pull out examples of the four literary components listed above.
3) Understand and describe what is happening in the poem, "The Raven".
ExerciseStudents should create three pictures using Storyboardthat. These should be comprised of:
1) One example of imagery in "The Raven".
2) One example of a simile
3) One example of a metaphor
BonusStudent may select to compare this poem's use of language with that of another work.
PrerequisitesStudents must come to the lesson with an understanding of simile, metaphor, imagery and figurative language.
State StandardsAll of the standards listed below come from the Mass DOE state ELA standards:
14.5 Identify, respond to, and analyze the effects of sound, form, figurative
language, graphics, and dramatic structure of poems
15.5 Identify and analyze imagery and figurative language.