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  • Jennifer Reagan

    COPY THIS: Robert Frost wrote,"________." ADD your thoughts, and WRITE for 12 minutes. **Standards: W2, W9, L2 (developing topics using quotations, establishing a formal style, drawing evidence from text to support analysis, punctuating direct quotes) Lesson source: (Poster link provided below)

  • Fionnuala Power

    Words of wisdom fro Robert Frost

  • Valerie Bellows

    I remember this poem well.

  • Fred VonGunten

    Robert Frost ..The Road Less Traveled Will Lead a Quiet and Some Path to Just Have To Choose It ....

  • Deb Smith

    Robert Frost- I helped Danielle memorize this poem in high school- and I still remember the whole thing! Great man , great poem!

  • Julia Sacco

    "The Road Not Taken", Robert Frost, 1920. This poem hung on a classroom wall near my desk when I was in the 7th grade. I don't remember much from that class (I hated the teacher), but I remember the poem.

  • Kali

    To this day my favorite quote Robert Frost. I pride myself on always taking the road less traveled.

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