"The student and I spent about 20 minutes reviewing his homework - his summary paragraphs of "King of Shadows" were only missing a few details, and his character map was just right. I then had him read Chapter 9 in the book (it was 1.5 pages) while I made some comments in his summary paragraphs. Chapter 9 marked another time change in the book. He's having trouble visualizing the two time changes, so we spent about 15 minutes and drew 2 Globe Theaters and 2 Nats (Nathaniel, the protagonist). I'm hoping that this brings out the differences between the two time spaces within the book to make the rest of it more comprehensive for the student. This activity also helped him look back into the book and get the visual details the author went over. After the coloring exercise, we moved to the final Keats poem I wanted to cover: "To -." We spent about 35 minutes analyzing and looking up words - it wasn't too terribly long, but had some archaic language and a complex theme. I didn't hammer too much on the poem itself, but was more interested in him looking at words, seeing if he could separate them to find the definition, and looking at the forms of each word he didn't know (verb, adverb, etc.). In the last 20 minutes, I brought a more contemporary poem from ee cummings, "i carry your heart." Personally, it's one of my favorites, and with more contemporary vocabulary, the student jumped right in to analyze the reasoning behind some of the punctuation and word choices, as well as a few of the large themes of the poem. He seemed to really enjoy ee cummings, and I've definitely taken note. I want to ease him a little into more contemporary poetry, working to analyze different poems. My end goal is to have him write an essay comparing and contrasting the poems we've gone over in the past few months."