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The Road Not Taken - Robert Frost
Transcript of The Road Not Taken - Robert Frost
'Reading a book changes what you know; reading poetry
Books tell about feeling; poetry
recreates feeling in you
- Robert Harris
Poetry = Boring & Confusing
Uninspiring & a waste of time!
Do you agree?
of what poetry
is trying to tell us?
Deceptive & Contradicting
The Road Not Taken
YOU ARE HERE
"And sorry I could not travel both."
Inevitable in Life
TWO COMPLETELY DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES
"Long I stood and looked down on as far as I could"
Inability to predict future
Doing, Choosing, Saying & Acting
'Because it was grassy and wanted wear.'
Robert = Obliged
Both Paths Had Equally Fulfilling Results
tells us we
our own paths
YOU DON'T HAVE TO CONFORM
You are independent
Make your own choices
Do not strive for acceptance
Out of the
We are at a fork in our life's road
Make a Decision
'Way leads on to way'
Human Condition =
making the hard choices
unknown's of life
and the paths we choose
Coming to terms with the
Poetry encompasses life experiences
that relate to
Like Justin Bieber
Why do we spend
terms of English in high school exclusively on poetry?
So Now, What are
to appreciate this
we can't spend our
thinking we could have taken the
because that is simply the
WAY OF LIFE
THE HUM N CONDITION
AND FOR EVERY ROAD TAKEN THERE IS ALWAYS
A ROAD NOT TAKEN
A C A R A
'recognised as having personal, social, cultural and aesthetic value and potential for enriching students’ lives and scope of experience.’
Do Not Make Enough Progress in English