Sophomore English class travels to the cemetery to read poetry

Allison Krause and Connie Bergh who co-teach college prep sophomore English took students to the cemetery to read poetry. As the weather became nice the teachers wanted to enjoy it while learning at the same time.

The class walked out of the school and over to the cemetery on Arbella Street. Many of the students were excited to go outside and enjoy the warm weather. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The class walked out of the school and over to the cemetery on Arbella Street. Many of the students were excited to go outside and enjoy the warm weather. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The class surrouned of the sunken graves found in the cemetery. Krause discusses the meaning of the poem to the students. The students came to the conclusion that part of the grave must have been dug out so the name on the stone was visible. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The class surrouned of the sunken graves found in the cemetery. Krause discusses the meaning of the poem to the students. The students came to the conclusion that part of the grave must have been dug out so the name on the stone was visible. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Alex Beckman, Brad Graves, Jake Rich, and Chris Milne all read the poem before the class had a discussion. The class has been reading multiple poems by Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman for the poetry unit. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Alex Beckman, Brad Graves, Jake Rich, and Chris Milne all read the poem before the class had a discussion. The class has been reading multiple poems by Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman for the poetry unit. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The majority of the girls of the English class all sat together and read “Because I could not stop for Death”, by Emily Dickinson. The mood of the poem in matched the mood of the graveyard; both dark and gloomy. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The majority of the girls of the English class all sat together and read “Because I could not stop for Death”, by Emily Dickinson. The mood of the poem in matched the mood of the graveyard; both dark and gloomy. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jack Carlson spent time sitting at different graves and reading the names on the grave. Carlson found and studied many graves dedicated to veterans. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jack Carlson spent time sitting at different graves and reading the names on the grave. Carlson found and studied many graves dedicated to veterans. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Krause and Bergh, along with sophomores Jake Ostrovitz and Alex Beckman, study a grave. The students and teachers talked about the different engravings about the person that passed. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Krause and Bergh, along with sophomores Jake Ostrovitz and Alex Beckman, study a grave. The students and teachers talked about the different engravings about the person that passed. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Sophomores Damian Palmer, Will Kannengeiser, and Briant Bradley examine a grave located at the cemetery. Palmer, Kannengeiser, and Bradley walked around to look at multiple graves in search for sunken gravestones that the teachers wanted students to find. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Damian Palmer, Will Kannengeiser, and Briant Bradley examine a grave located at the cemetery. Palmer, Kannengeiser, and Bradley walked around to look at multiple graves in search for sunken gravestones that the teachers wanted students to find. Credit: Cassandra for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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