Song out of Midian

 

Final Reflection

The theme of a story is the big "life lesson" that the story is meant to teach you. And, for some reason, English teachers love to talk about theme. I guess they feel it's important. In any case, in any English class you take, you'll likely have to write at least one essay that discusses the theme of something that you've read.

And this class is no different.

Today, you're going to write at least two paragraphs discussing the theme of "A Song out of Midian."

If I were asked to do this assignment, I'd probably build my essay around one of the following sayings:

If you can explain what these saying mean—and show how they relate to the poem—your job is almost done.

Here are some sentence that you can use:

Note: When referring to the title of this poem (or any poem), be sure to put it within quotation marks.

Lesson Steps

  1. In your writing portfolio, write at least two paragraphs discussing the theme of "A Song out of Midian". Minimum Word Count: 100 Words.
  2. When you are finished with this writing assignment, return to this page and take the quiz.

Instructions for the Quiz

Answer the questions.

Quiz