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Valerie Said:Lesson plan for snowbound by john greenleaf whittier?
We Answered:Questions to answer:
1. How is the snowfall celebrated in "Snowbound" in ways that it would not be now?
Find pictures by Currier and Ives that recapture the mood of "Snowbound."
Draw a scene from the poem.
2. The poem is written in rhymed couplets. Rearrange one of the stanzas in another form and see what is lost and what is gained.
3. The poem ends with a turn toward the religious. Explain why this is an appropriate note on which to end. Try ending the poem earlier and see if its force is altered.
Ruby Said:Can anyone give me a link for homeschooling while moving?
We Answered:Is it this one?