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In Flanders Fields Analysis

In Flanders Fields {A World War I Poetry Analysis}

John McCrae wrote "In Flanders Fields" in 1915 after the Second Battle of Ypres during World War 1. This analysis ties in perfectly to a World War I lesson or a Veterans or Remembrance Day lesson. This resource can be used with your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th grade classroom or homeschool students. You receive the poem, poem analysis worksheet, Draw It activity, background handout, 10 question worksheet, and answer keys. Middle School & High School approved! $

In Flanders Fields {A World War I Poetry Analysis}

John McCrae wrote "In Flanders Fields" in 1915 after the Second Battle of Ypres during World War 1. Students will learn about the poem and the author and then analyze the poem. This analysis ties in perfectly to a World War I lesson, a Remembrance Day lesson, or a Veterans Day lesson. This 10 page resource is great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th grade classroom or homeschool students. Middle School & High School Approved! $

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In Flanders Fields {A World War I Poetry Analysis}

John McCrae wrote "In Flanders Fields" in 1915 after the Second Battle of Ypres during World War 1. Students will learn about the poem and the author and then analyze the poem. This analysis ties in perfectly to a World War I lesson, a Remembrance Day lesson, or a Veterans Day lesson. This 10 page resource is great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th grade classroom or homeschool students. Middle School & High School Approved! $

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Remembrance Poppies: Flower Power at the London Tower

(The Canadian War Department used McCrae's poem to get war loans. The painting was made by Frank Lucien Nicolet. Source: http://www.flandersfieldsmusic.com/ww1-photos.html) Remembrance Poppies: Flower Power at the London Tower | Shumon Sengupta

In Flanders Fields {A World War I Poetry Analysis}

$John McCrae wrote "In Flanders Fields' in 1915 after the Second Battle of Ypres during World War 1. This analysis ties in perfectly to a World War I lesson or a Remembrance Day lesson.