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This poetry study asks students to identify personification, alliteration, metaphors and symbolism in Tupac Shakur's poem, "The Rose that Grew from Concrete." Also, students must identify the speaker, the audience, and the purpose of the poem as well as provide connections. The first page of this
This product will allow your students to easily understand and analyze Tupac Shakur's "The Rose That Grew From Concrete" by breaking it down line-by-line!Instruct your students to fold the paper in half the long way, and to cut along the black lines into the midline of the paper. They will end up wi
Powerpoint includes audio of the song "Dear Momma" by Tupac and the poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes and guides students through close analytical readings that are Common Core style. Questions are directly aligned with the FCAT Test Specifications for Literary Analysis, but can be used to re
The Poetry of Tupac Shakur Unit StudyGrades 7-12—90+ Pages of Resources!Product/Materials Preface:Provided is a collection of high order thinking questions, art analysis activities, cut-outs, interactive templates, and so much more. This is a visually stunning, rigorous yet differentiated collection
This bundle is a combination of the hit poetry lesson plans based off of Kobe Bryant and Tupac/Derrick Rose Activites!---Kobe Bryant Article, “Dear Basketball,” and “Fast Break” ActivityIncludes:*2 poems*article*reflection sheet*identifying poetic terms*directions*2 enrichment activities*poetry writ
This download is for all documents needed for a group analysis of Tupac's "The Rose That Grew From Concrete" and Langston Hughes' "Harlem". Students will work in groups to complete the analysis packet using "station" folder directions paced by the teacher. The activity will walk them through a full
**UPDATED 5/27/20**This technology enhanced lesson is packed with symbolism, deeper questioning, comparing/contrasting, and current events. After watching videos and filling out a question worksheet, students will write their own free verse poem on beautiful stationary.--Looking for the bundle or th
Here is a highly celebrated poem by rapper, Tupac Shakur. “The Rose That Grew From Concrete” is from his collection of poetry (1999), of the same title. The biographical poem is a statement about emerging from the ghetto and making something out of one’s life. This is a great teaching poem--it's acc
Do you need poems to allow time for students to practice interpreting poetry? Look no further! This is a mini poetry unit based on four poems written by Tupac Shakur, a well-known hip hop artist. Students must use critical thinking skills to determine the meaning of the poems.
Grades:
3rd - 6th
This lesson works well for both Language Arts and Social Studies. The poem is not your typical rap: it's full of allusions to social injustice in American history. I've laid out a Cornell Notes model for students to fill in things like people, allusions, etc. This would be pretty easy to modify and
Perfect for Distance Learning!Key is included.Can be used on any online learning platform OR can be printed.Editable and noneditable versions are included.Compare and Contrast the *clean* lyrics of Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur.Engaging practice identifying poetic devices and internal rhyme scheme.
Grades:
9th - 12th
There are 3 poems from his book A Rose That Grew From Concrete. Each poem has close reading questions about theme and figurative language.Learning Targets:I can infer meaning in a poem using text evidence as support. I can translate figurative language into literal meaning.
A handout for use with the Poetry Tutorial lesson with poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes and excerpted lyrics"Dear Momma" by Tupac. Perfect for use for close analytical readings that are Common Core style! Poetry Tutorial Lesson for this Handout can be found here http://www.teacherspayteach
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
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Lyrics and assessment included. Great for an engaging poetry lesson before the boring stuff!
One worksheet
This Poet Study pennant is all you need to teach and promote amazing poets and their poetry around the world. National Poetry Month is April. The Poet Study pennant is a research activity. There is a biography timeline, quotes, poetry characteristics, style, themes, and students lots of opportunity
Who wrote it: rapper Tupac Shakur or William Shakespeare? Your students will have so much fun trying to decide whether the quote is from a Shakespeare play or lyrics from Tupac (aka 2Pac)! You can use the interactive bulletin board display OR the student handouts and presentation as an anticipatory
POETRY MUSIC ACTIVITIES, ASSIGNMENTS & PRESENTATIONS: This is a bundle of all my musically inspired poetry resources. Students will love the modern lyrics, eye-catching presentations, and engaging activities and worksheets included in this packet. By purchasing this bundle, you are getting mor
Poetry Rap: This resource will allow students to examine rap music and it's value as a form of poetry. Using modern (clean) lyrics, students can see the use of sophisticated rhyme and rhythm, as well as the themes explored. ==============================================================SAVE BY PURCH
Middle school teachers, I feel your pain. Teaching energetic students with short attention spans is no easy feat, but this engaging multimedia unit makes teaching a whole lot easier. Students learn poetry concepts through hip-hop, commercials, television shows, movies, and other pop culture medium
Want to hook your students on Harlem Renaissance poetry?! This engaging 10-question "quiz" challenges students to determine if lines are from hip hop lyrics or Harlem Renaissance poetry. Your students will be stumped on these lines, which feature favorite poets like Langston Hughes and Countee Cull
Make literary analysis less intimidating with these paired text analysis lesson plans for Maya Angelou's poem and Tupac's song "Still I Rise." Detailed CCSS-aligned lesson plans integrate close reading, text-based writing, and research skills, making this resource both engaging and worthwhile. *Due
This assignment is a set of 8 response questions for a paired reading of "Mother to Son" poem by Langston Hughes and "Dear Mama" song by Tupac Shakur. Poem and song lyrics are not included due to copyright restrictions, but can easily be found online. Each question asks for a written response that
Grades:
8th - 11th
This Poet Study collaborative poster is all you need to teach and promote amazing poets and their poetry around the world. National Poetry Month is April. The Poet Study (Poet-Tree) poster is a beautiful poster and writing activity. There are lots of opportunity for creativity. The poetry poster c

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