The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost – Lesson Plan

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost – A lesson plan for student of English as a second language.

Students will be able to begin to discover the road/path they are on/in life.

This lesson plan has eight parts:

1 – Oral discussion

2 – Vocabulary

3 – Lower order thinking skills

4 – Higher order thinking skills

5 – Analysis and interpretation

6 – Bridging text and context

7 – Post reading and reflection

8 – Summative assessment

It includes three worksheets, questions with some answers. It encourages students to think about their past and future, forming discussions. The thinking skill is problem solving. Symbolism and metaphors are also discussed.

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Naama Shorr

I received my B.S. in Psychology at Bridgewater State College, and a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate at the Boston Academy of English (BAE). I was born and raised in Massachusetts, am fluent in Hebrew and English and started teaching from a very young age. Currently living and teaching English to students in different levels in Israel and preparing high school students for the English matriculation exams. In my lessons I love to incorporate games, music, film and culture. Students are able to learn in a fun yet enriching atmosphere.

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